Your health and well-being

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Helpful supports for your well-being

Steps you should take to protect yourself and others

Public concern over the novel coronavirus provides an opportunity to remind the public to practice personal hygiene that includes:

If you want to get tested:

All Albertans are now eligible for COVID-19 testing, whether experiencing symptoms or not. Offered by appointment and free-of-charge at Alberta Health Services assessment centre locations around the province, testing is easily booked online by visiting If internet is not available, call 811, and 811 staff will book a test appointment for you.

Physical distancing is critical to help stop the spread of COVID-19


Community builders in a time of isolation

Join the millions of people around the world who are choosing to spread a little bit of joy and seeking to amplify the connections that are happening, in neighbourhoods and communities, despite the distance we find between ourselves these days. 

We are watching as community members share acts of kindness, generosity and ways to connect – amidst this crisis. Let’s showcase the stories of just some of the people in our community who have done community-minded acts. 

Check the inspiring stories in the COVID-19 Blog:  
Community-builders in a time of isolation

Offers of help

Businesses or community members looking to donate funds or materials can learn more from the Government of Alberta’s website.  

The Alberta Emergency Management Agency Unsolicited Offers Program has been set up in response to growing offers of generosity from individuals and organizations to help with the challenges many Albertans are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Those wanting to help can go to for more information.

Volunteering in Strathcona County

Volunteer Strathcona is coordinating volunteers to help during COVID-19.

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Last updated: Wednesday, July 29, 2020
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