The information is changing regularly and is subject to change. Contact organizations directly to confirm the information.

Health Canada COVID Alert app

Health Canada's COVID Alert app is available at no cost in the Apple and Google Play app store. The app provides digital COVID-19 exposure alerts once the app is downloaded to a smartphone. Visit Health Canada's website for full details: App information

Manitoba COVID-19 Screening Tool

  • Shared Health has posted online the Manitoba COVID-19 Screening Tool.
  • To prevent overwhelming the system, you can answer some questions online to determine if you need to contact Health Links – Info Santé (204-788-8200 or toll-free at 1-888-315-9257) or seek other medical advice.

Federal Government COVID-19 resources

Government of Manitoba COVID-19 resources

To keep up-to-date with what is happening in the province, visit the Provincial Government website.

City of Winnipeg updates

University of Manitoba updates

For the University community, the COVID-19 website provides regular updates as to what is happening on campus and how it affects the University.

WHO's Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

Coronavirus local updates

United Way

Mask wearing

Mask requrirements

Home care and COVID-19

Information from the World Health Organization (WHO)

Self-care/Health care


AbilitiCBT program
A free and confidential virtual-therapy platform. It is a digital cognitive behavioural therapy program to support the mental health of Manitobans.

Shared Health

Shared Health: Various resources are available regarding mental health during COVID-19 on the Shared Health website.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

The CAMH is providing guidance on Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Stay informed by visiting their website.

Coping with COVID-19: A practical toolkit for Manitobans

Developed by three second-year occupational therapy students from the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, this toolkit is targeted at older persons and adults with limited resources for coping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Download the toolkit online (PDF).

Canadian Frailty Network (CFN)

Government of Canada

The Government of Canada has online resources on COVID-19 and Mental Health @ Work you can access online.

Wellness Together Canada

World Health Organization (WHO)

Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during COVID-19 outbreak from the WHO.

Mental Health Crisis and Non-Crisis Regional Contacts

  • Mental Health Crisis and Non-Crisis Regional Contacts
  • CONNECT Program for Adults 65+ is for those who are experiencing loneliness, social isolation, and co-occurring challenges with mood and anxiety. The CONNECT Program will take place through Webex Audio over 6, weekly, 1.5 hour sessions for Adults 65+. This group is offered in collaboration with A & O Support Services for Older Adults. The next program will be run July 7— August 11 from 1:30–3pm.

Manitoba Association of Optometrists

If you are in need of urgent/emergency services, visit the Manitoba Association of Optometrists for information on how to access these services.

Canadian Medical Association

The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) has launched the Virtual Care Guide for Patients, available to download online.

Assessing risk for doing activities

Government of Canada

Gerontological Society of America tool

  • The Gerontological Society of America has created an interactive decision aid to help people make decisions on socializing during COVID-19.
  • The decision aid is available in several languages (as a PDF), to help people make informed decisions when considering interacting with others or taking part in activities outside their home.

Referral services for older adults

Manitoba resources

Geriatric Program Assessment Teams and Geriatric Mental Health Teams are still providing assessment during COVID-19. Continue to refer to the Geriatric Outreach Teams if you are aware of older adults who require their involvement.

Resources for sleeping well without medication