Ebola virus disease is a severe disease that causes haemorrhagic fever in humans and animals. There has never been a case of Ebola reported in Canada and the risk to Canadians remains very low. For more information on the Ebola virus disease visit Public Health Agency of Canada or the World Health Organization.
Recent changes to the Immunization of School Pupil Act mean that the meningoccocal vaccine is now required to attend school. Students who missed their vaccination in Grade 7 can make an appointment using TPH's new online booking system.
TPH has partnered with CAMH to deliver Smoking Treatments for Ontario Patients (STOP) on the Road workshops across Toronto. Access this free service and other resources available to help you quit on our Live Tobacco-Free Quitting section.
From June to August, the City of Toronto takes daily water samples from the supervised beaches across the city and tests for E. coli bacteria. When E. coli levels are high Toronto Public Health will post warning signs against swimming.Get the latest test results.
You can help reduce the risk of West Nile virus by draining stagnant water on your property where mosquitoes can breed.
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