My COVID Recovery

Information and resources to help Nova Scotians understand and manage their health after having COVID-19.

Getting Help

 

If you tested positive or suspect you had COVID-19, Nova Scotia Health is here to support you.

Visit the Nova Scotia Health Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) website for information about what to expect after a COVID-19 diagnosis.

Be sure to tell your health care team you have COVID-19. Include as much information about your illness as you can, such as:

  • date your symptoms started
  • date of your positive test
  • whether you were hospitalized in Nova Scotia or out of province
  • your COVID-19 vaccine status

For more support:

  • Talk with your primary health care provider.
  • Contact Nova Scotia Health's Integrated Chronic Care Service (ICCS) at 902-860-0057. The Integrated Chronic Care Service provides comprehensive assessments and care planning for individuals with complex chronic conditions including:
    • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis)
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Environmental illnesses / Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
    • Functional neurologic disorders 
  • Call 811 to talk with a registered nurse about your health care questions 24/7.
  • Visit a walk-in clinic.
  • Talk with your community pharmacist.
  • Talk with a community dietitian.
  • Book an appointment with a physiotherapist or occupational therapist.
  • Visit www.HealthyNS.ca for information on wellness programs and supports.
  • Call 211 to talk with a navigator or visit their website.
  • Visit Nova Scotia Connect to find programs and services in your community.
  • Visit Nova Scotia Health's Mental Health and Addictions website or call:
    • Phone (toll-free): 1-855-922-1122