COVID-19 Contact Identification

Thank you for agreeing to complete the contact list. The process of finding people at risk of acquiring the COVID-19 virus is called contact tracing. Contact tracing helps people get tested early and reduces the opportunity for the virus to spread. 

Please complete the list to the best of your abilities. Kindly return the form to OPH within 24 hours by uploading the list here. It is important to complete the top section of the list that includes:

  • The reference number from the email
  • The name of the setting from the email (i.e., name of the sports team/event/workplace)
  • The address of the setting from the email (i.e., address of sports team/event/workplace)
  • Your full name and contact information including your phone number and email

For the contact(s) listed, at a minimum include: 

  • the person’s first name
  • a current phone number and/or an email address
  • The relationship (e.g., employee, attendee, coach)
  • Last day for exposure: the last day each person was in contact with the person who received a positive COVID-19 test 

If possible, please also include:

  • the person’s email
  • the person’s date of birth, gender, address

If you have misplaced your file to complete the contact list, you can download a copy. 

General Contact List sheet

  • You will be asked to identify each person in contact with the person who received a positive COVID-19 test

Upload your completed contact list below and provide the information requested to complete the process.

Contact Information

Provincial Vaccine Information Line

  • 7 days a week, from 8 am to 8 pm
  • Call if you have questions about Ontario's COVID-19 vaccination program.
  • Service is available in multiple languages.
  • Telephone: 1-888-999-6488
  • TTY: 1-866-797-0007

Ottawa Public Health COVID-19 Telephone Line

  • Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 4:30 pm
  • Translation is available in multiple languages
  • Telephone: 613-580-6744 follow the prompts to the COVID-19 telephone line
  • TTY: 613-580-9656

Emergency Services

  • If you are in distress (e.g., significant trouble breathing, chest pain, fainting or have a significant worsening of any chronic disease symptoms), do not go to the Assessment Centre or a COVID-19 Care clinic. Go to the nearest Emergency Department or call 9-1-1.

See someone not respecting COVID-19 rules?

How to access help during COVID-19

  • 211 Ontario can help you find financial and social support during COVID-19
  • Telephone: 2-1-1

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