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Social distancing: what you need to do

To stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), you should avoid close contact with anyone you do not live with.

Government of Canada
Public Health Agency of Canada
who
Use face mask
Use face mask
Ensure the mask is clean and dry and avoid touching your face
Avoid handshakes
Avoid handshakes
Avoid personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands
Wash your hands
Wash your hands
Always wash your hands with water and apply soap

Let's Beat Covid-19

Canada Government has implemented a very high standard to avoid the spread of the virus within the country, you can check all the measures set by the government and we encourage people to follow the instructions
Current situation
Vaccines
Travel and immigration
Financial and economic support
Your health
Limiting the spread

Digital government response to COVID-19

Digital tools to help Canadians access services and get information on COVID-19.
COVID Alert app
Canada COVID-19 App and Self-Assessment
ArriveCAN
Mental health and substance use support
Web-based self-assessment tool
Open call initiative
and more...

Have a question? check these answers.

Where you can get Covid-19 Vaccine?

Visit your provincial or territorial website to find out:

  • how to register or cancel
  • who can be vaccinated now
  • vaccination locations

COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in Canada are free. They're available to priority populations first. They'll then be available to everyone who is recommended to get the vaccine by federal, provincial and territorial public health authorities.

This applies to:

  • everyone in Canada, including those who aren't citizens and who are over the:
    • age of 12 for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
    • age of 18 for the Moderna vaccine
    • age of 18 for the AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine
      • this vaccine is currently recommended by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization for those age 30 and above
    • age of 18 for the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine
      • this vaccine is currently recommended by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization for those age 30 and above
  • Canadians serving in diplomatic and consular missions abroad (and their dependents) living in countries where the Health Canada-approved vaccines aren't available
  • Canadian Armed Forces members who are serving abroad in countries where the Health Canada-approved vaccines aren't available

Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to protect our families, communities and ourselves against COVID-19.

How many people in Canada have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine

For some people, the decision to get vaccinated will require consideration of risks versus benefits.

Consult with your doctor or health care provider if you:

  • have questions or concerns about vaccination
  • are unsure if you should receive the COVID-19 vaccine
  • are immunocompromised due to a disease ortreatment, such as chemotherapy
  • have an autoimmune condition
  • are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • have a severe allergy to an ingredient in the COVID-19 vaccine
  • have experienced mild to moderate immediate allergic reactions after a previous dose of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine
  • are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19
  • have a bleeding disorder

Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to protect our families, communities and ourselves against COVID-19. Evidence indicates that vaccines are effective at preventing serious outcomes, such as severe illness, hospitalization and death due to COVID-19.

Most COVID-19 vaccines require 2 doses to be fully vaccinated. While current evidence shows good effectiveness after 1 dose, a second dose is essential for longer-lasting and optimal protection. For your second dose, return at the time advised by your health care provider.

While vaccines are rolling out:

  • continue to follow the advice of your local public health authority
  • keep strictly using multiple personal preventive practices at once whether you've been vaccinated or not

This protects yourself, your family and your community.

As more vaccines are given, some of the more restrictive public health measures can be lifted. Learn more about life after vaccination.

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization has provided guidance on who should get vaccinated first.

Your province or territory will decide who will be prioritized.

At-risk groups identified by the committee include:

  • residents and staff of shared living settings who provide care for seniors
  • older adults
  • health care workers
  • adults in Indigenous communities
  • residents and staff of other shared living settings, such as:
    • quarters for migrant workers
    • shelters
    • correctional facilities
    • group homes
  • adults in racialized and marginalized communities
  • first responders, including:
    • police
    • military
    • firefighters
    • coast guard

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If you have any question related to Covid-19 in Canada, please approach us or your nearest Health Facility or Contact Public Health Agency of Canada