How is COVID-19 affecting our services?
Although NWHU office doors are locked to the public, we are still open and are providing essential services in a modified way. This is a step to protect clients and staff from COVID-19.
To help with our COVID-19 response and social distancing, the following NWHU services are suspended until further notice:
Health promotion, education, and awareness services
Dental health services
Tick collection and identification
We continue to provide the following services, possibly in a modified format:
Sexual health clinics and services
Healthy Babies Healthy Children program and family health services
Speech-language pathology services
Infant hearing screenings
What is the health unit doing?
Public health is closely monitoring the global situation and working with our partners to coordinate activities at a local, provincial, and national level with the help of health care professionals and other agencies.
We are working to keep you informed and to answer your questions
If you have questions about COVID-19, you can participate in online public Q&A sessions once a week. For more information, click the following:
Learning about how you are managing COVID-19
We conducted a survey to learn about what and how you are doing, click the following to see some of the key results:
Last updated: September 10, 2020