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Looking for back to school information? Click here.

​COVID-2019 (2019 Novel Coronavirus) - F​or local, up-to-date information, visit our ​COVID-19 Updates for Northwestern Ontario page​.

COVID-19 data - For COVID-19 testing data and results by area, click here​.
Get tested for COVID-19! Click for more information​.

Have your COVID-19 questions answered! Want to be a part of our Q&A sessions with the public, click here​.
See which NWHU services are affected by COVID-19. Click here​

Health Canada - Food Recall Alert:
Health Canada has issued a food recall notification for certain sandwiches and in-store made chicken salads recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes. These products have been sold in the Northwest Ontario region. Click Here​ for the most up to date information regarding the recall notification.

Health Canada - Vaping Notice:
Health Canada has issued a warning about the potential risk of pulmonary illness from vaping products. Click here​ for the current advisory with the health and safety information related to vaping.

Infection Prevention and Control Lapse Disclosure:
This website contains reports on premises where an infection prevention and control lapse was more

Food Recall Warnings and Allergy Alerts:
For current food recall warnings and allergy allerts from the Canada Food Inspection Agency,
 see recalled products and details here.

Eating Ontario Fish?
If you are eating fish caught in Ontario you can use this guide to help you identify the types and amounts of fish that are safe to eat. Learn how to choose and prepare fish to reduce contaminants.


Need your immunization record? Visit Immunization Connect Ontario (ICON). It's a secure we​bsite where you can view/print your immunization record and submit new immunizations. 

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    What should I do if I find a needle in my community?
    ​Should you encounter a needle in your workplace or community, follow these steps to dispose of the needle properly and ensure safety for yourself and others. If possible use gloves and tongs to pick-up the needle. Never put the cap back on a need...