KEEP CALM & CARRY ON.
We are living in unprecedented times of uncertainty as Public Health Departments around the world respond to the lead given by The World Health Organization (WHO) to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. By being informed and by following the guidelines, you and your loved ones will have the best opportunity to stay healthy and well. We encourage you to stay informed, but also to limit the amount of time you spend following the media and health bulletins. Too much information can be very overwhelming and distressing. It’s important to stay within your limits of coping emotionally. It will help you to cope. Help to stop the spread of the virus, wash your hands and disinfect your home. By supporting one another and staying calm, we will all get through these tough times, together.
The resource links listed below have been selected as they are committed to maintaining updates on a daily basis. There are other excellent resources available elsewhere; unfortunately, we can’t list them all. Just be sure that you are getting your news and information from reliable sources.
Here’s what this section includes:
It’s a summary of the country-specific information and other info that we are listing here at the moment:
- Canada – Federal, Provincial & Territories – Public Health Information
- USA – Federal, States & Territories – Public Health Information
- New Zealand
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
- Combating misinformation
- Looking after your emotional and mental health
- List of disinfectants that can be helpful in killing the virus
For Coronavirus news and country-specific information:
Government of Canada
Prince Edward Island:
Newfoundland & Labrador:
North West Territories
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
States – Public Health Departments
COMBATTING FAKE NEWS & MISLEADING INFORMATION
LOOKING AFTER YOUR EMOTIONAL & MENTAL HEALTH
LIST OF DISINFECTANTS THAT CAN BE EFFECTIVE
Remember to take time for you. The only way through this time is one step at a time. One day at a time. Forward. Do not give up. We are here for you.
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