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Planning Peel Region's recovery from COVID-19

We've developed a Demobilization and Recovery Plan and we're committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Access Peel service counters and Human Services reception will reopen on September 23. Get details

Our plan for recovery

Core Four actions to overcome COVID-19 in Peel

We're making progress in the battle to recover from COVID-19, but we continue to see new cases in Peel. As our communities reopen, our actions will determine how fast and how well Peel recovers.

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Other programs and sevices

Protecting yourself and others

The best way to prevent COVID-19 is to avoid being exposed. Learn what precautions you can take.

Getting tested for COVID-19

How to know if you should get tested and where you can go.

Check your test results

Businesses

Helping businesses and workplaces reopen safely.

Social support

Mental wellbeing, access to food, support for seniors and other services for vulnerable residents.

Child care

We’re working with providers to ensure a safe reopening of child care centres.

Reopening of schools

Find out what to expect and how you can prepare your child.

Long term care and retirement homes

Working to ensure government requirements are implemented consistently.

Community Response Table

Supporting community agencies to respond to the needs of Peel's most vulnerable residents.

Economic response plan

Help for individuals and businesses.

Business reopening toolkits

We’ve created posters and checklists to help you protect everyone in your workplace.

Get your toolkit