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Staying safe when going out

We recommend that you keep your distance while outside, and make sure to avoid crowds. You should stay close to home when exercising and continue to limit going out for only essentials. Wear a non-medical mask when it’s hard to maintain physical distance from others. If you’re over the age of 70, or have a medical condition, you should stay home and rely on family and social supports for essential needs.

Questions? Call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700, Caledon 905-584-2216. Call centre hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week.

Other programs and sevices

Protecting yourself and others

The best way to prevent COVID-19 is to avoid being exposed. Learn what precautions you can take.

Getting tested for COVID-19

How to know if you should get tested and where you can go.

Check your test results

Services and facilities in Peel

Some Regional services and facilities are temporarily affected until further notice.

Businesses

Information for workplaces and other businesses including non-compliance reporting.

Schools, child care centres and community spaces

Recommendations and infection prevention practices in community spaces.

Social support

Mental wellbeing, access to food, support for seniors and other services for vulnerable residents.

Community Response Table

Supporting community agencies to respond to the needs of Peel's most vulnerable residents.

Economic response plan

Help for individuals and businesses.