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Splatsin currently has 0 active cases and is under Alert Level 4: ‘very high’. Our new Pandemic Risk Level Chart came into effect on January 28. You can view it here. When we change Alert Levels, it is automatically in effect for 14 days to ensure stability before lowering levels (cases decreasing). The only time an alert level may be in effect for less than 14 days is if we need to increase it (cases increasing). Our current alert level (four: very high) is in effect until this Thursday, February 11. Watch this video from Kukpi7 thanking the community for efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 so far.
Kukpi7 mentions contacting a doctor if you’re unsure about the COVID-19 vaccine. If you can’t see a doctor in-person, you can use the FNHA Virtual Doctor of the Day Program HERE.
There will be more information available soon regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. For now, you can read our vaccine FAQ page HERE.
Up until very recently, there were active cases in the community and this could return at any time. Kukpi7 & Tkwamipla7 are thanking you for your diligence to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Because of your efforts, Splatsin is fortunate to currently have no active cases.
Along with the Provincial Health Officer, Splatsin is asking you to continue to practice the following measures against COVID-19:
Practice ‘The 5’:
Face: Don’t touch itFeet: Stay 6 feet from people outside of your homeCough: Into your elbowHands: Wash them with soap and water oftenSick?: Stay home and call the Splatsin Health Centre
Continue to act like you already have COVID-19. If you experience flu-like or respiratory symptoms, call Splatsin Health Services at (250) 838-9538. After hours, call HealthLink BC at 811. These updates are published weekly by Splatsin Health Services using the most recent COVID-19 data available.