To have a glance of the Covid-19 cases in Ottawa, you may consult this website, which tracks the hospitalization counts of Covid cases in Ottawa.

On the campus of the University of Ottawa, the workshop participants are advised to respect the University's policies for Covid-19. On May 26, 2022, the University announced that effective on June 1st, masks are no longer required on campus. We however advise the participants to take caution and choose the safest measure for yourself while also respecting everyone's individual choices. For the latest information and more details about the University's Covid-19 policies, please click here.

In the City of Ottawa beyond the campus, the workshop participants are advised to follow Ontario Public Health's measures. As of May 25, 2022, Ontario has dropped mask mandate, but masking requirements will continue to apply in the following select indoor settings until June 11, 2022:

  • public transit, including indoor areas and vehicles (this does not include businesses or organizations that provide sightseeing or touring services)
  • hospitals, including private hospitals, and psychiatric facilities
  • other health care settings (such as clinics that provide health care services, doctors' offices, Community Health Centres, public health/immunization clinics, mental health clinics, etc.)
  • labs and specimen collection centres
  • independent health facilities (for example., dialysis, birth centres, nuclear medicine)
  • employees and contractors of home and community care providers
  • long-term care and retirement homes
  • shelters and other congregate care settings that provide care and services to medically and socially vulnerable individuals

For the latest information regarding Ontario Public Health’s measures for Covid-19, please click here.