For COVID-19 statistics in Niagara, please visit Niagara Region Public Health's website. 

How can you limit the spread? 

There are simple measures every resident can take to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community, including:
  • Washing hands often with soap and water
  • Using alcohol-based hand sanitizer if hand washing is not possible
  • Avoiding close contact with people who are sick
  • Social distancing: stay home and only leave for food and other essentials, preferably only once per week
  • Covering the nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing with a tissue or arms and sleeves 
  • Avoid touching of the face, eyes, mouth and eyes
  • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Staying home if sick
  • Avoid all non-essential international travel, as recommended by Provincial and Federal health authorities 
  • Avoiding sharing of personal items
  • Wear a mask when physical distancing is difficult or not an option

Vaccination Clinics

You can get most publicly funded (free) vaccines from your health care provider. If you don't have a health care provider, see doctors accepting new patients and walk-in clinics.

The flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine are available across Niagara at participating family doctor's offices, walk-in clinics and pharmacies (for individuals two years of age or over).

Children under two years of age can get their flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine at a Public Health clinic.

Learn more about Where to Get Vaccinated. 

Additional Resources and Information 

Please visit the following links for further information related to COVID-19, including testing, case tracking and affected areas:

Niagara Region Public Health

Province of Ontario

Government of Canada

We encourage all Niagara residents and visitors to visit the Niagara Region’s Public Health Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage for the latest pandemic-related information.

For information regarding travel, please visit the Government of Canada website.

Visit Ontario’s website to learn more about how the province continues to protect Ontarians from COVID-19.