Mayor Carter says we all have a role to play to reduce the spread of COVID-19

In his fifth video message to the community on the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Dan Carter urges everyone to continue to do their part to reduce the spread of coronavirus by practicing physical distancing and limiting gatherings, washing their hands frequently and often, and following the recommendations of health officials.

Join Mayor Carter on Instagram Live weekdays at 5:00 p.m. “Live at Five” with Mayor Carter airs weekdays at 5:00 p.m. on the City’s Instagram account (@cityofoshawa).

Questions and stories can be shared during the Live, or emailed in advance to [email protected]. Follow the City on Instagram now and turn on all notifications for Live videos to receive an alert when the Live begins.

Community members are also invited to share their stories and photos illustrating the spirit of Oshawa and acts of kindness amid COVID-19 on social media using #OurOshawa.

To view the Mayor’s video message, visit www.youtube.com/OshawaCity.

Information and City Updates

The City continues to post updates to its dedicated Coronavirus webpage. For a list of closures, changes to services, more information and F.A.Q.s, visit www.Oshawa.ca/Coronavirus.

Although our City facilities are temporarily closed to the public, City staff continue to serve the community.

Service Oshawa is available by:
Phone: 905-436-3311
Email: [email protected]
Live Chat: www.oshawa.ca/city-hall/Contact-Us
Online Services: www.oshawa.ca/online-services

Community members concerned about their health are asked to use the Ontario COVID-19 self-assessment tool to determine if they need to seek care or refer to Lakeridge Health’s COVID-19 Assessment Clinic.

Isabelle Foley

Isabelle Foley

As Director of Member Success I strive to help members connect and get the most out of their chamber membership. I am an advocate for local businesses and passionate about spotlighting our community's success. Join the growth!

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