The College continues to monitor developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic and will update this page as information becomes available or changes. We acknowledge this has been a challenging time for healthcare professionals and the healthcare system. The safety of the public, including kinesiologists, remains our top priority. We appreciate your patience as we monitor and interpret guidance and, most importantly, your unwavering commitment to providing safe care to your patients/clients.
For the latest information on restrictions in place in Ontario, view the Ontario Government’s COVID-19 web page.
See our FAQs, below, for advice on practising during current COVID-19 health measures.
Guidance for practising during COVID-19
Kinesiologists and their employers must assess the risks of providing service in-person and implement appropriate infection control and prevention measures. You should also monitor the spread of COVID-19 in your community as you make decisions about providing service. You can refer to data from the Ontario Government, Public Health Ontario and your local public health unit.
Kinesiologists must observe any provincial or local public health measures that may impact their ability to offer services. Kinesiologists may consider providing virtual services on an ongoing basis where in-person services may not be safe, or based on patient preferences and individual circumstances.
Guidance for providing service in-person
- College guidance on returning to practice
- College Practice Standard – Infection Control
- Infection control webinar from Public Health Ontario
Guidance for virtual care
Guidance from the Ministry of Health and Chief Medical Officer of Health
- Ministry of Health guidance on return to practice– General guidance for all health professionals
- General COVID-19 guidance from the Ministry of Health
- Directives from the Chief Medical Officer of Health
- Ministry of Health guidance: Considerations for antigen point-of-care testing
Information is changing quickly, so please note that guidance may change. Check the College’s website regularly for the latest information and reach out to your local public health if you have queries related to your specific region.
If you have any practice-related questions, please email the College at email@example.com.