Non-funded testing is widely available at most pharmacies
If tested positive: Stay home while you are sick to prevent transmission to others, except for testing or medical care if required.
You should not go into public spaces unless it is for a critical reason (like going to a testing location, clinical assessment centre or for a medical emergency). Wear a well-fitted mask if you must leave home for these reasons.
These are general guidelines.
You should stay home (self-isolate) until:
After you are done self-isolating, for 10 days after your symptoms started:
For those with negative COVID-19 test results, these additional precautions can be an added layer of prevention against the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses circulating in the community.
Wear a mask in indoor public settings
It is strongly recommended that all individuals age 2 or older wear a well-fitted mask in indoor public settings. This includes school and child care due to the additional risk of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and influenza.
Children age 2 to 5 should only wear a mask if they are supervised, can safely tolerate masking, and can put their mask on and take it off.