Confused about COVID
To help Ontarians make sense of the overwhelming amount of available information about COVID-19, family doctors have created this set of resources to address the most common questions from the public about symptoms, safety, testing and more. The Confused about COVID (external website) series of downloadable PDFs was developed by the OCFP and the University of Toronto Department of Family & Community Medicine.
The following links open downloadable PDF documents.
- I’m not feeling well. How do I know if I have COVID? What should I do?
- I think I have COVID. When should I call my doctor?
- What do I need to know about COVID tests?
- I have been in close contact with someone who has COVID. What should I do?
- My child has COVID. What should I know?
- I’m pregnant. How can I keep safe? What should I do if I get COVID?
- What happens after getting COVID? What do I need to know?
- Do I need a COVID booster? When should I get it?
- What type of mask should I be wearing?
- If I get COVID, is there a medication I can take?
- I’m stressed and worried about my health. What can I do?