Coronavirus

Hamilton's COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline is open

Visit www.hamilton.ca/vaccinebooking
 

Information from Public Health

Residents are encouraged to stay at home when ill, maintain a 2 metre distance (6 feet) from others, wear a mask, wash hands frequently with soap and water, and cover coughs or sneezes with your sleeve or a tissue.

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Contact us

Hamilton Public Health Services for COVID-19 related health info:
COVID hotline: 905-974-9848
Email: [email protected]

COVID-19 Vaccines
Phone: 905-974-9848, option 7
Email: [email protected]

For COVID-19 related by-law or Re-opening Ontario Act complaints:
Online Complaint Form
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 905-546-2489

For Quarantine compliance issues:
Public Health Agency of Canada
Phone: 1-866-602-9448
Email: [email protected]


City Operations & Service Information

As part of our emergency preparedness planning, we’re working together with Hamilton Paramedic Services, hospitals, primary care providers, Ontario Ministry of Health colleagues, and academic institutions. This includes implementing a plan to monitor, detect, and if needed, contain and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

We’ve fully activated our Incident Management System which is used to focus attention and resources on urgent issues. This involves the activation of key roles needed to support the current situation as it relates to COVID-19 preparedness.

Affected City Services

Media Room
Get the latest news releases related to COVID-19
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This is COVID-19 Video Series

 

Speak Out Against Anti-Asian Discrimination

The City of Hamilton values equity and inclusion and works to ensure Hamilton is a place where people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities are accepted, celebrated and have the opportunity to thrive. Although the COVID-19 pandemic began in China, the virus does not infect people by race. COVID-19 can infect anyone. Unfortunately, during this pandemic, many people with a heritage from China and other Asian countries have experienced anti-Asian racism and discrimination. It is only with the support of those around us that we can educate others and end this senseless hate and discrimination.

To learn more and speak out against any instances of racism, hate and discrimination, visit:

 

 


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The City of Hamilton will not be responsible or liable to any person or business for any loss or damage whatsoever arising out of or based on any use of this website and its information, or any other website to which this site is linked.

This website is not intended to provide individual specific advice, including medical or legal advice. Any questions regarding your particular circumstances should be directed to your own professional advisor(s).