A new Ontario scam is taking advantage of the province's struggle against COVID-19.\nAccording to the South Bruce OPP, fraudsters are now getting residents to give personal information by posing as established health agencies.\nEditor's Choice: Google Has Over 60 Job Openings In Canada Right Now & They All Sound So Cool\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThe South Bruce Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has had reports of scams relating to the pandemic.\n\n\nSouth Bruce OPP\n\n\nThe scams, which occurs via phone call, notify their victims that they've been "exposed" to COVID-19. \nThe fraudster then reportedly asks for personal information so they can process your results for a fee. \nPolice also state that scammers are posing as contractors who show up at your door to "spray for COVID." \nScams are a growing concern for Ontarians in the digital age. \nLast year, scammers were trying to sell fake COVID-19 test kits in Toronto. \nPolice are reminding residents to be cautious and always verify who they are dealing with when accepting phone calls.