COVID-19 self-assessment result

October 26th, 2020 at 9:02 p.m.

Based on your answers, you do not seem to have symptoms or be part of an at-risk group. We recommend that you be cautious when outside, stay at least 2 metres apart from others, wear a face covering or mask when required, and wash your hands as much as possible.

On this page:

  1. Your health and testing
  2. Your community
  3. Your activities

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Protect yourself and your community. Get a phone alert if you have been exposed to COVID-19 and let others know if you test positive, without sharing any personal information.

Learn how it works

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1. Your health and testing

Pay attention to your health and note if anything changes. This is called self-monitoring.

Physical distancing and hand washing

Face coverings and masks

Getting tested

There are certain situations for when you should get a COVID-19 test.

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2. Your community

Social gatherings

Roommates and family you live with

  • they should pay attention to their health and note if anything changes
  • young children might have less specific symptoms like sluggishness or lack of appetite
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3. Your activities

Shops and stores

  • use curbside pickup or get items delivered as much as you can
  • wear a face covering or mask if you go into retail or grocery stores
  • keep a distance of at least 2 metres from people who are not in your household

Work and workspaces

  • work from home or reduce the number of days you are at work in person (if possible)
  • if you cannot work from home, make sure you and your company are taking the right safety precautions to avoid the spread of the virus
  • discuss with your manager and occupational health and safety representative

Walks, exercise, parks, and squares

  • you can go on walks, runs, and bike rides
  • you can take the dog out and have picnics and barbeques
  • keep a distance of at least 2 metres from people who are not in your household

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