The Rotary Club of Alliston wants to help in the community with information regarding essential services and businesses. We are compiling this information as it becomes available. The information is constantly changing please contact the business or location before heading as this information may already be out of date.  We will update the information as soon as we get any changes.  
Compiled Mar 27, 2020
Stevenson Memorial Hospital Assessment Centre (from a statement from SMH Mar 23, 2020)
Stevenson Memorial Hospital (SMH) has opened a COVID-19 Assessment Centre in the lower parking lot (staff/shipping & receiving entrance). To start, the Centre will run three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-8 p.m. We will evaluate hours of operation based on need from the community.
The purpose of the Assessment Centre is to screen patients who have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
We are asking the public to use the Ministry of Health’s self-assessment tool to help determine if they need to come to the Assessment Centre.
We’re really trying to divert traffic away from our Emergency Department and main entrance, but provide a place for community members to be screened if they are experiencing symptoms. It’s important to note that not all patients will be tested at the Centre. Patients will be assessed by a physician who will determine if a test is needed.
The public is asked to not show up at the Assessment Centre asking to be solely tested for COVID-19. Testing is restricted to patients who meet government screening criteria.
The Assessment Centre will be staffed by SMH nurses and physicians, along with primary care physicians from the Alliston Family Health Team.
Patients arriving at the Assessment Centre will be asked to complete a self-assessment form.  Depending on symptoms, a nurse will determine if they should proceed for further assessment and testing or return home to self-monitor.  If it is determined upon further assessment that criteria for testing are met, a swab will be taken and sent for testing.  All patients will be provided with information and instructions on self-monitoring or isolation.
Patients requiring emergency care, care in the Obstetrics Unit or have other health care needs, should continue to come to the main entrance and will be screened in the OPP Community Safety trailer before entering the Hospital.
For up-to-date information on the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit:

Public Health
Government of Ontario
Zehrs Alliston
Hours for Seniors and vulnerable population  7am-8am
Hours  8am-8pm
Order food on line for pick up
Paid for by credit card
Book well in advance to use 4 designated parking spots for pick up of groceries.
Walmart Alliston 
Hours for Seniors and vulnerable 7-8am
Hours 8am-8pm 
Fresh Co Alliston
Hours for seniors and vulnerable sector 8-9am
Hours 8am-8pm
No online shopping
Beeton Foodland- Updated April 1, 2020
Hours for vulnerable Monday-Saturday 8-9am, Sunday 9-10am
Food Orders may be emailed or call 905-729-2513
Paid for by credit card
Free Delivery to Vulnerable sector of population
Monday- Beeton and Loretto
Tuesday- Tottenham and Schomberg
Wednesday- Bradford and Area
Thursday- Beeton and Alliston
Foodland Cookstown - Updated April 1
Hours are 8am-8pm
Phone in for food orders and delivery, first come first serve!
Call Monday 8am-4pm for a Tuesday delivery
Call Wednesday 8am-4pm for a Thursday delivery
Minimum food order is $50
Delivery charge 
Shoppers Drug Mart Alliston
Hours 8am-10pm
Refills can be done online.
Rexall Pharmacy Alliston
Hours are Mon.-Fri. 9am-8pm, Sat.-Sun. 9am-6pm
Orders from Pharmacy can be paid by credit card and delivered.
Wrays Drugstore
Hours are Mon.-Fri. 9am-8pm, Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 10am-3pm