Tenant Self-Reporting to Keep Our Communities Safe
Alberta Health Services does not notify CHC of positive cases on our properties, so self-reporting any positive cases in your home is an important tool to support the effort to keep our communities safe. If you have a positive case of COVID-19 in your home, please contact your Property Manager. This will help us monitor and track active and recovered COVID-19 cases on our properties and help us understand risk level.
CHC does not release information on our COVID-19 tracking but will take extra steps on a property if there are three households with active cases of COVID-19 on one property. Extra steps we may take to ensure the safety of our tenants and prevent exposure and transmission include: increasing janitorial services, offering additional support services to tenants, checking in to make sure tenants are okay, and implementing the essential visitors policy at the affected property.
If you have a positive case of COVID-19 in your home, you can contact your Property Manager or Tenant Liaison for support while you quarantine. You can also self-report exposure and self-isolation, especially if you need help. Our Tenant Liaisons and Property Managers are always here to help you.