Daily Health Checklist
This tool has been developed to support schools, activity organizers, employers, businesses and facility operators in reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among attendees and staff. It is meant to assist with assessing attendees who may be symptomatic, or who may have been exposed to someone who is ill or has confirmed COVID-19.
COVID-19 Daily Health Checklist Update
The Government of Alberta has recently updated the Daily Health Checklist for children under 18 and adults over 18. Families are asked to review the updated health checklists and act accordingly based on the updated information provided by the provincial government.
Updated September 22, 2021
Isolation and Quarantine Requirements for Albertans
With more and more Albertans eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, now including children ages 12 and up, we are seeing a change in close contact isolation requirements. Please read the information below regarding isolation requirements for Albertans. Any further questions should be health with through Alberta Health Services directly by calling 8-1-1.
Learn more: Government of Alberta Isolation and Quarantine requirements
When to isolate
- You tested positive for COVID-19.
- You are sick with fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, sore throat* or runny nose* and have not been tested.
*Children under 18 are exempt from mandatory isolation for runny nose or sore throat, but should stay home until well.
When to quarantine
- As of July 29, close contacts of positive cases are no longer required to quarantine. For more information, see close contact or household contact of a confirmed case.