COVID-19: Important Information and Resources
Note: Please check back often for updates as information changes rapidly.
Unison sites remain open with some changes to select programs and hours of services. We continue to offer both in-person and virtual appointments for most programs. If you wish to learn more about programs and services or to schedule an appointment, please contact us (http://unisonhcs.org/locations-hours/)
Please be advised that you will be screened using the Ministry guidance document by staff for COVID-19 symptoms and exposure while scheduling an appointment and when you are on-site.
Unison requires all staff, clients, and visitors to wear a surgical mask when on-site. You will be provided with a surgical mask upon entry. We continue to monitor evolving COVID-19 situation and thank you for your support and cooperation.
Infection Prevention Practices
To ensure the safety of our clients and employees, Unison enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.
- In addition to the mask requirement, we expect staff and visitors to practice social distancing (keep 2 metres or 6 feet between yourself and others) when possible.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water or sanitize them using alcohol-based hand sanitizers. There are many hand-touchless hand sanitizers in common areas.
- Sneeze and cough into your sleeves and replace your mask if it is soiled after coughing/sneezing
Please contact the Unison COVID hotline 416-787-1661 ext. 3300 to learn more about programs and services available to community members and clients.
Please visit the Toronto Public Health COVID-19 information page for public health guidance, measures, and resources
If you would like to know more about the Ministry’s guidance for the healthcare sector, please visit Ontario Health.
For more information on COVID-19 vaccines and recommendations of National Advisory Committee on Immunizations, please visit https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/canadian-immunization-guide-part-4-active-vaccines/page-26-covid-19-vaccine.html