Think you might have covid 19 (coronavirus)?

Visit an assessment centre to get a covid 19 test. You can also take a self-assessment to help you decide if you need a test.

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Do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.

Have you been tested for covid 19?

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Status of cases

  • 28,263
    Total cases
  • 22,153
    Resolved
  • 2,276
    Deaths
  • 781
    Hospitalized
  • 125
    In ICU
  • 89
    In ICU on a ventilator

Numbers above were last updated on June 1, 2020, at 10:30 a.m.

Featured updates

Learn what it means to be in the first stage of reopening the province

Find out if your small business is eligible for rent assistance

Keep learning going from home with activities, courses and more

Apply for OSAP for 2020–2021 and learn about temporary loan deferrals due to covid 19

Read the latest announcements about covid 19 (coronavirus)

Help stop the spread

covid 19 can be deadly. You can take actions to help stop the spread:

Stay home – save lives and don’t put others at risk.

Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from others in public.

Wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly and often.

Learn about face coverings – how to use, clean and dispose.

Get the facts about covid 19 – basics, symptoms and treatment.

Information in other languages

Updates and resources from Public Health Ontario

Reopening our businesses, services and public spaces

Learn about the next phase of our response to covid 19

Stay up-to-date on reopening the province

Get sector-specific-resources (guidelines, posters and more) to prevent covid 19 in the workplace

The 3 stages we'll follow to safely and gradually reopen the province

What's currently open and closed

Essential workplaces that can currently be open

What is still closed and government service changes


We need supplies and innovative ideas

Does your business or organization have emergency products (such as swabs, masks and eye protection), services or solutions that can help support our response to the coronavirus outbreak?

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Report price gouging

If you’re aware of anyone charging higher-than-usual prices for in-demand products, report it online or call Consumer Protection Ontario at 1-800-889-9768 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Get answers about closures and essential workplaces

If you're a business owner and have questions about temporary measures, including closures and essential workplaces during the coronavirus outbreak, call Ontario’s Stop the Spread Business Information Line at 1-888-444-3659.