Complete this form to report a new suspected or confirmed respiratory (e.g. COVID-19, influenza) and/or enteric outbreak in a Long-Term Care or Retirement Home

 

Detailed COVID-19 information is on our Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Health Professionals page.

Toronto Public Health works with health care professionals to manage outbreaks, and apply effective public health strategies to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.

Reporting a Respiratory Outbreak

To report a suspected or confirmed respiratory outbreak:

Business Hours (weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.):

  • Communicable Disease Liaison Unit (CDLU) facilities: call your CDLU liaison
  • Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes: complete the Initial Outbreak Notification e-Form and once completed call your LRCT Liaison

After hours (weekdays after 5 p.m., weekends and statutory holidays):

Managing a Respiratory Outbreak

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Testing

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Influenza

COVID-19

Reporting an Enteric (Gastroenteritis) Outbreak

To report a suspected or confirmed enteric outbreak:

Business Hours (weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.):

  • Communicable Disease Liaison Unit (CDLU) facilities: call your CDLU liaison
  • Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes: complete the Initial Outbreak Notification e-Form and once completed call your LRCT Liaison.

After hours (weekdays after 5 p.m, weekends and statutory holidays.):

Managing an Enteric (Gastroenteritis) Outbreak

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Specimen Collection

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Norovirus

C-Difficile