Covid-19 Information and Resources
UPDATE: March 24, 2021
MVCA has received an information sheet from Anthony Di Monte, our General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services. It includes details on next week’s pop up clinics in rural areas for adults 75 and over. It also contains info on locations, dates, transportation guidance, how to book your vaccination and more.
It's our understanding there will be more rural pop-up clinics in the future. Any updates will be added here. So, for continuing updates on vaccine distribution in rural areas, we encourage residents to monitor our websites and social media at TeamTwentyOne.ca or Ottawa.ca.
MVCA and the Community during Covid-19
The world as we know it has changed. We are inundated on a daily basis with new information about the coronavirus along with changing requirements and regulations.
The Manotick Village and Community Association has been playing a small role in helping to share information and connect volunteers with individuals who need help getting food and essentials.
We have also set up a Facebook group to connect residents who need assistance with those available to help. The group name is Manotick Neighbours Helping Neighbours
We have also been sharing updates through our Twitter feed and Instagram for anyone using those social media tools.
If you are not on social media and you need assistance, you can contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with a volunteer to help with groceries or getting other essentials.
What can you do to help?
If you live near elderly neighbours, check in with them to make sure they are doing okay. Social isolation is particularly difficult for individuals living on their own.
Follow local directives from Public Health.
Support local businesses, in person or online.
Our twitter feed does post updates frequently.
Links to online resources
In the Community
Assistance with groceries and supplies
Businesses and Services