Questions about COVID-19? Here is how to connect!
For general inquires about COVID-19, please contact the Manitoba Government
Inquiry at: 204-945-3744 or 1-866-626-4862, or visit: http://manitoba.ca/covid19
To determine if you might need a test for COVID-19, you can use the COVID-19 online screening tool at: http://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid/screening-tool
For medical advice related to COVID-19, call Health Links: 204-788-8200 or 1-888-315-9257n (toll free)
For information specific to business and critical service providers, visit: http://engagemb.ca/covid19-csp
If you need assistance with regular tasks or wish to help volunteer to help someone in need, visit: http://helpnextdoormb.ca
If you find yourself struggling, please be sure to reach out. This provincial website can help you find the resources you need:
PROVINCE EXPANDS MANITOBA BRIDGE GRANT PROGRAM
TO PROTECT MANITOBANS
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Up to $5,000 in Support to Protect Home-Based Businesses in Manitoba
Impacted by Pandemic Restrictions: Pallister
To access benefits from the federal government, you will need a My Service Canada account (MSCA). (https://www.canada.ca/…/
Services available for individuals
For the release from the Prime Minister regarding business wage subsidies:
The Municipal Office is currently closed to the public. Please phone 204-855-2423 for any inquires.
Bill payments can be arranged to be made online.
Waste Transfer sites are currently operating. Please ensure you are practicing social distancing.
Keep up to date with the Canada COVID-19 APP
Restoring Safe Services
Restoring Safe Services Together: Manitoba’s Phased Approach
Steps taken in the first phase of Manitoba’s response to COVID-19 pandemic were made in reaction to the public health emergency. This included introducing increasingly restrictive measures to reduce the spread of the disease. We are now in a position to ease some restrictions and support economic recovery by taking measures to restore some services. Going forward, we will make evidence-based decisions to ease public health measures and introduce processes and services that address our new normal.
As more information becomes available and data on the current situation in Manitoba is analyzed, some measures may need to be reintroduced or new restrictions implemented to reduce any further spread of the virus. The timing and order of any actions taken may change throughout the process, based on modelling, testing, public health surveillance and public health advice. Each phase will require a period of a minimum three to four weeks to observe the results of the previous phase, and to make determinations about acceptable next steps.