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Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for you and your loved ones.

Worried about coronavirus? We’ve put together a list of important resources for Canadians to access during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how the virus is progressing and how you can protect yourself and loved ones.

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The ultimate COVID-19 resource guide

We’ve put together all the information you need about COVID-19: guidelines, frequently asked questions, mental health advice, and tips on adapting to your new normal.

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Useful Resources

Cold, flu, allergies, or COVID-19: how to tell the difference
Cold, flu, allergies, or COVID-19: how to tell the difference
With COVID-19 hitting at both the end of cold and flu season and the start of allergy season, it can be difficult to tell what your symptoms are telling you. So let’s talk about which symptoms you should look out for and which ones indicate a cold, the flu, or allergies.

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Resources for safely re-opening the office
Resources for safely re-opening the office
Canadian offices are re-opening, and employers have a responsibility to keep their employees safe and well-informed. We've put together a comprehensive e-guide, plus some handy posters, to help create a healthy workplace.

Read more

Strange COVID-19 symptoms in kids: Kawasaki syndrome & “COVID toes”
Strange COVID-19 symptoms in kids: Kawasaki syndrome & “COVID toes”
While kids are at lower risk of becoming seriously ill if they catch COVID-19, there are some worrying symptoms popping up that every parent should look out for.

Read more

Should I vaccinate my kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Should I vaccinate my kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
The pandemic has changed everything leaving many wondering if it's safe to take our kids to get vaccinated during COVID-19.

Read more

How to plan for getting COVID-19
How to plan for getting COVID-19
No one wants to get COVID-19. But with restrictions easing, scientists are predicting a second wave. Here's how to plan for getting sick with COVID-19.

Read more

Flattening the curve — how to do your part
Flattening the curve — how to do your part
Many businesses are now closed, and for the most part, so are borders. These are meant to “flatten the curve." Here’s how you can do your part.

Read more

How to practice self-care while social distancing
How to practice self-care while social distancing
Isolation affects mental health and makes it harder to access supports. Practicing self-care while social distancing can help to ease stress and anxiety.

Read more

Pregnancy and COVID-19: what are the risks?
Pregnancy and COVID-19: what are the risks?
When it comes to COVID-19 and pregnancy should you be concerned? Pregnant women are in a high-risk group but are they really more at risk?

Read more

10 ways to improve your mental health during COVID-19
10 ways to improve your mental health during COVID-19
It’s perfectly natural to be feeling stressed and anxious during the COVID-19 pandemic. A lot has changed in our lives, and it’s all happened very quickly. Through this period, remember that your mental health is an important piece of your overall health.

Read more

Managing financial stress through COVID-19 
Managing financial stress through COVID-19 
In a recent survey, 30% of Canadians admitted to losing sleep over money. So we gathered the tips you need to get back to a good night's sleep.

Read more

How to work from home effectively
How to work from home effectively
Sharing space, creating structure and tuning out distractions can be challenging. But you'll need to in order to work from home effectively.

Read more

What are the rules for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
What are the rules for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
It seems like COVID-19 affects kids less than adults in general, but that's doesn't mean only older people need to self-isolate.

Read more

How to explain COVID-19 to your children
How to explain COVID-19 to your children
Whether your kids heard about COVID-19 on the news, on social media, or at school, it can be a particularly stressful situation for them. It can be equally difficult to explain what’s going on to kids, especially because it’s out of our control. 

Read more

Don’t get burned out by burnout
Don’t get burned out by burnout
Coping with a pandemic can feel overwhelming, exhausting and leave you drained. To make sure you’re at your best, take care of yourself with these following tips.

Read more

How to care for senior parents during the COVID-19 pandemic
How to care for senior parents during the COVID-19 pandemic
We know that the risk of complications from COVID-19 is higher for those over 60 or those with an underlying medical condition. Maybe you’re already doing the grocery runs for your Boomer parents or your sister with Lyme disease. But are there additional measures you could be taking?

Read more

Protect yourself from coronavirus by boosting your immune system
Protect yourself from coronavirus by boosting your immune system
Since there's no cure for COVID-19 yet, you’re probably wondering what you can do to prevent catching it in the first place, beyond thoroughly washing your hands and avoiding crowded spaces. Boosting your immune system is a great place to start.

Read more

When will a vaccine for COVID-19 be available?
When will a vaccine for COVID-19 be available?
There’s a concerted international effort underway to quickly develop a COVID-19 vaccine. But how long will it be before it's publicly available? We’ve got the latest facts on the situation here. 

Read more

Debunking the COVID-19 & Advil scare
Debunking the COVID-19 & Advil scare
Rumours that medications like Advil could make symptoms of COVID-19 worse spread like wildfire, but are they true? Here are the facts.

Read more

The 5 W’s of self-isolation and self-quarantine
The 5 W’s of self-isolation and self-quarantine
It seems like we’re hearing new COVID-19 advice every day. One thing that’s stayed fairly consistent though, are the terms self-isolate and self-quarantine. But what do they mean? And how do you do either if you’re living in a house with other people?

Read more

Coronavirus: get the truth behind the rumours
Coronavirus: get the truth behind the rumours
With new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases being confirmed daily, more and more rumours are spreading. With all the information being thrown around it can feel overwhelming trying to figure out what’s true and what’s not. We talked to our CEO, Dr. Brett Belchetz, a practicing ER physician, to get the truth behind the rumours.   We’re…

Read more

Coronavirus: everything you need to know
Coronavirus: everything you need to know
Coronavirus is a global pandemic, but what is it? What signs should you look out for? And how can you keep yourself safe? We break it all down.

Read more

Useful Resources

Cold, flu, allergies, or COVID-19: how to tell the difference
Cold, flu, allergies, or COVID-19: how to tell the difference
With COVID-19 hitting at both the end of cold and flu season and the start of allergy season, it can be difficult to tell what your symptoms are telling you. So let’s talk about which symptoms you should look out for and which ones indicate a cold, the flu, or allergies.

Read more

Resources for safely re-opening the office
Resources for safely re-opening the office
Canadian offices are re-opening, and employers have a responsibility to keep their employees safe and well-informed. We've put together a comprehensive e-guide, plus some handy posters, to help create a healthy workplace.

Read more

Strange COVID-19 symptoms in kids: Kawasaki syndrome & “COVID toes”
Strange COVID-19 symptoms in kids: Kawasaki syndrome & “COVID toes”
While kids are at lower risk of becoming seriously ill if they catch COVID-19, there are some worrying symptoms popping up that every parent should look out for.

Read more

Should I vaccinate my kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Should I vaccinate my kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
The pandemic has changed everything leaving many wondering if it's safe to take our kids to get vaccinated during COVID-19.

Read more

How to plan for getting COVID-19
How to plan for getting COVID-19
No one wants to get COVID-19. But with restrictions easing, scientists are predicting a second wave. Here's how to plan for getting sick with COVID-19.

Read more

Flattening the curve — how to do your part
Flattening the curve — how to do your part
Many businesses are now closed, and for the most part, so are borders. These are meant to “flatten the curve." Here’s how you can do your part.

Read more

How to practice self-care while social distancing
How to practice self-care while social distancing
Isolation affects mental health and makes it harder to access supports. Practicing self-care while social distancing can help to ease stress and anxiety.

Read more

Pregnancy and COVID-19: what are the risks?
Pregnancy and COVID-19: what are the risks?
When it comes to COVID-19 and pregnancy should you be concerned? Pregnant women are in a high-risk group but are they really more at risk?

Read more

10 ways to improve your mental health during COVID-19
10 ways to improve your mental health during COVID-19
It’s perfectly natural to be feeling stressed and anxious during the COVID-19 pandemic. A lot has changed in our lives, and it’s all happened very quickly. Through this period, remember that your mental health is an important piece of your overall health.

Read more

Managing financial stress through COVID-19 
Managing financial stress through COVID-19 
In a recent survey, 30% of Canadians admitted to losing sleep over money. So we gathered the tips you need to get back to a good night's sleep.

Read more

How to work from home effectively
How to work from home effectively
Sharing space, creating structure and tuning out distractions can be challenging. But you'll need to in order to work from home effectively.

Read more

What are the rules for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
What are the rules for kids during the COVID-19 pandemic?
It seems like COVID-19 affects kids less than adults in general, but that's doesn't mean only older people need to self-isolate.

Read more

How to explain COVID-19 to your children
How to explain COVID-19 to your children
Whether your kids heard about COVID-19 on the news, on social media, or at school, it can be a particularly stressful situation for them. It can be equally difficult to explain what’s going on to kids, especially because it’s out of our control. 

Read more

Don’t get burned out by burnout
Don’t get burned out by burnout
Coping with a pandemic can feel overwhelming, exhausting and leave you drained. To make sure you’re at your best, take care of yourself with these following tips.

Read more

How to care for senior parents during the COVID-19 pandemic
How to care for senior parents during the COVID-19 pandemic
We know that the risk of complications from COVID-19 is higher for those over 60 or those with an underlying medical condition. Maybe you’re already doing the grocery runs for your Boomer parents or your sister with Lyme disease. But are there additional measures you could be taking?

Read more

Protect yourself from coronavirus by boosting your immune system
Protect yourself from coronavirus by boosting your immune system
Since there's no cure for COVID-19 yet, you’re probably wondering what you can do to prevent catching it in the first place, beyond thoroughly washing your hands and avoiding crowded spaces. Boosting your immune system is a great place to start.

Read more

When will a vaccine for COVID-19 be available?
When will a vaccine for COVID-19 be available?
There’s a concerted international effort underway to quickly develop a COVID-19 vaccine. But how long will it be before it's publicly available? We’ve got the latest facts on the situation here. 

Read more

Debunking the COVID-19 & Advil scare
Debunking the COVID-19 & Advil scare
Rumours that medications like Advil could make symptoms of COVID-19 worse spread like wildfire, but are they true? Here are the facts.

Read more

The 5 W’s of self-isolation and self-quarantine
The 5 W’s of self-isolation and self-quarantine
It seems like we’re hearing new COVID-19 advice every day. One thing that’s stayed fairly consistent though, are the terms self-isolate and self-quarantine. But what do they mean? And how do you do either if you’re living in a house with other people?

Read more

Coronavirus: get the truth behind the rumours
Coronavirus: get the truth behind the rumours
With new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases being confirmed daily, more and more rumours are spreading. With all the information being thrown around it can feel overwhelming trying to figure out what’s true and what’s not. We talked to our CEO, Dr. Brett Belchetz, a practicing ER physician, to get the truth behind the rumours.   We’re…

Read more

Coronavirus: everything you need to know
Coronavirus: everything you need to know
Coronavirus is a global pandemic, but what is it? What signs should you look out for? And how can you keep yourself safe? We break it all down.

Read more

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