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Ontario COVID-19 Update UPDATE: Ontarians should only seek testing at assessment centres if they are: *Showing COVID-19 symptoms; *Have been exposed to a confirmed case of the virus, as informed by your public health unit or exposure notification through the COVID-19 app; *A resident or worker in a setting that has a COVID-19 outbreak, as identified and informed by your local public health unit; *Asymptomatic individuals from certain high-risk populations, including workers and residents of high-risk settings such as long-term care homes, visitors of long-term care homes, workers and residents of
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Important Community Information Updated phone system at the Picton COVID-19 Assessment Centre no longer accepting text messages. Call 613-813-6864 for your #COVID19 testing appointment.
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Living Well with Diabetes Upcoming Workshop Learn new skills and strategies to help you manage your diabetes daily. Register for this FREE 6 week on-line workshop. Help can be found here for you. https://livingwellseontario.ca/
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Living Well with Chronic Pain Workshop - NOW ON-LINE Living Well with Chronic Pain – Tuesdays, September 29 to November 3, 1:30-4:00pm Individuals register via their website: https://livingwellseontario.ca/workshops/
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COVID-19 Assessment Centre Update The Wellington Times published an article featuring the Prince Edward Family Health Team and what we're doing to support the community we live in. Click Here
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Going Out? Do it Safely Your actions matter. Make informed choices to keep yourself and others safe. Assess the risk level  Risk levels may vary based on your ability to physically distance, the use of non-medical masks by you and others, and the controls put in place at the establishment or setting to further reduce risk. Some examples of low, medium, high risk are provided below but depend on whether or not proper public health measures are followed. Risk level for exposure is impacted by closed spaces, prolonged exposure time, crowds, forceful exhalation (yelling, singing, coughing).
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Face Coverings Required at Prince Edward County Businesses
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NEW HOURS for Prince Edward COVID-19 Assessment Centre
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The County and The Food Collective have a support plan.
COVID-19 Assessment Self-Referral now available
Focus on Lung Health
Doctor's Offices Taking Calls
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