Toronto Seniors HELPLINE/Ligne d’assistance pour aînés de Toronto
416-217-2077 ou 1-877-621-2077– Good to know: CAH Case Managers respond Monday to Friday to all French inquiries to this line. It is managed by the Toronto Central LHIN to assist seniors and their caregivers in navigating the health and community support system. Please note that you can also call this line in the evenings or on weekends (and request a translator).
Ontario’s vaccination program to protect us against COVID-19
For the latest stats and to find a place to get one of the vaccines approved by Health Canada: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/covid-19-vaccines-ontario.
Vaccination campaign to fight COVID-19
There is a new section on the CBC site that allows us to follow the coronavirus vaccination process by province and territory for Canada, and for every country in the world. It should be noted that each province and territory is responsible for planning and executing its own vaccination program, as doses are distributed through Ottawa. This roll-out is done in an equitable manner, in proportion to population.
Public Health Ontario
For all their information on COVID-19, including a useful Data Tool.
Gouvernement of Ontario’s excellent web page
For their user-friendly COVID-19 section.
World Health Organization
For all their information on COVID-19, including a page of frequently asked questions.
Do you have relatives and friends in Quebec?
The Government of Quebec page will keep you informed and they have an excellent Self-Care Guide COVID-19 filled with good advice (updated October 15, 2020).
Do you have relatives and friends elsewhere in the world?
Aljazeera‘s news site is well documented with an interactive map.
Radio-Canada’s web page
Including a real-time data section (in English).
L’Express de Toronto’s web page
Look for the words “COVID”, “pandemic” or “virus” on the search bar on their home page to see the latest articles on the topic (in French only).