We would like to thank all the people of Newfoundland and Labrador who have identified their risk for COVID-19 and have self-isolated and gotten tested, if indicated. Thank you for doing your part to reduce the risk of transmission to others in your community. Let’s come together to support those in self-isolation. Ask your neighbour how you can help. We all have a role to play to reduce the spread of this virus, protect our loved ones, and ourselves.
Physical (Social) Distancing
- Physical (social) distancing means limiting your physical contact with other people in order to stop, slow down or contain the spread of COVID-19. Everyone has a part to play in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
- You should try to stay home as much as possible.
- If you do have to leave home for essentials such as groceries or medications, avoid crowds and maintain a distance of 2 arm lengths from other people. Try to go during off-peak hours.
- Physical distancing doesn’t have to mean social distancing. There are lots of ways to stay connected with your family and friends, such as Facetime or Skype, telephone calls, and social media.
Supports and Resources
Supports and resources for individuals, businesses, workplaces, and communities
Latest News & Actions from GovNL
Latest news and actions from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Latest information on what businesses are permitted to be open during the public health emergency