Mumps is circulating in young adults in Toronto. Check your vaccinations and make sure you have had two doses of mumps vaccine (MMR or MMRV).
The nomination period for the 2017 Public Health Champion Awards is open until April 30. Nominate health leaders in your community. Find out more about the award, who is eligible and how to nominate.
The City of Toronto is seeking input from the dry cleaning industry and the general public on the design of this program. Read the discussion document and provide your input.
Norovirus is a common cause of vomiting and diarrhea that spreads easily from person to person. If you are experiencing symptoms, stay hydrated and stay at home until you are well to protect others from getting sick. Learn more about norovirus.
On December 1, 2016, in recognition of World AIDS Day, Toronto Public Health submitted its exemption application to Health Canada to operate a supervised injection service (SIS) at our harm reduction program, The Works.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a travel health notice for Canadians traveling to areas where Zika virus is circulating. Learn more about who is at risk and the recommended precautions, including those for pregnant women.
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