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The Government of Alberta no longer requires COVID positive or symptomatic people to isolate. Please consider staying home if you are unwell to keep our community safe and healthy.
Masks and cleaning
- On June 15, the Government of Alberta moved to Step 3 in its COVID management plan. Masks are no longer mandatory on public transit. Masking in Alberta Health Services facilities and contracted health facilities varies depending on the organization's policy. You may still be asked to mask in some health settings.
- Available for registered users to travel to their vaccination appointments, within Sherwood Park or a designated service area within the City of Edmonton. Essential medical trips are prioritized and regular trip rates apply.
Supports for residents
- If you are struggling, or have financial, housing or parenting concerns, call 780-464-4044 for support. Family and Community Services offers pay-what-you-can counselling and services to connect you to the supports you need, as well as free programs for caregivers, children and youth.
- Albertans with COVID-19 symptoms including those who are close contacts of COVID-19 cases can have free testing by appointment at Alberta Health Services testing sites. Book your test online at ahs.ca/covid or phone 811. If you are a close contact and asymptomatic, testing is not required by the Province.
- Isolation is no longer mandatory for those with COVID-19 or experiencing symptoms, but we encourage you to stay home if you're unwell.
- The Strathcona County AHS testing site is located in trailers in the northwest corner of the Bethel Transit Terminal parking lot off of Broadview Road, not in the Bethel Transit Terminal.
- Please do not ride transit to get to your appointment. If you require transportation, contact 811 and they will assist you. If you are going for testing at the Bethel site, please do not enter the transit terminal building.
- If you have an enforcement-related question, contact RCMP and Enforcement Services at 780-467-7741. RCMP is on call if businesses, operators or proprietors face a conflict with the public.
- Please note, as part of Strathcona County’s commitment to safety, for both guests and staff, the County has adopted a zero-tolerance approach to health and safety non-compliance or any disrespectful behaviour.
Visit Alberta Health and the Government of Canada’s websites for verified information, as well as steps people can take to slow the spread.