COVID-19 Health Resources


Student Illness Information

Students with symptoms must not attend school. Learn more about what to do in this informational document.

Influenza immunization

  • Everyone, especially seniors and those at risk, is encouraged to get immunized against influenza.
  • Alberta ordered a record 1.96 million doses of vaccine.
  • By appointment, doctors’ offices and participating pharmacies will immunize ages five and up.
  • By appointment, public health clinics will immunize ages under five, their household members; people with no provincial health number; and where they are the only provider.
  • Individuals who do not have a provincial health care number, or who live in a community where there are no other immunizing health care providers aside from AHS, can call 811 to book an immunization through AHS.

To protect yourself and others:

Quarantine/self-isolate if you:  

  • recently returned from travel outside of Canada    
  • have a cough, fever, fatigue and/or difficulty breathing    
  • are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19    
  • have been asked by a health care professional for another reason

Monitor your symptoms: If you have symptoms, like a dry cough, fever, fatigue or difficulty breathing: stay home - do not go to an ER or clinic, take the COVID-19 self-assessment, call Health Link 811 for instructions and testing

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Mental Health Resources

Online resources

THRIVE - Info Series - By Zoom

If you need to talk, call the 24-hour help lines:

Kids Help Phone


  • Free text messaging support during uncertain times.
  • To subscribe: text COVID19HOPE to 393939.
  • Fees may apply. Visit the website for more details.

Alberta 211 - Information on social supports