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COVID-19 Community Update 77

There are currently 0 active cases in our community and 0 in self-isolation. The Pandemic Risk Level remains at 3: High.

Splatsin Health Services has been notified that we will be receiving the second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine likely within the next month. Like last time, our staff may be given little notice before the arrival of the vaccine. Once we are given a delivery date, there will be communication released here on our website, on social media channels, and delivered door-to-door on-reserve prompting community members to call the Splatsin Health Centre to book an appointment. If you did not receive your first dose and would like to, you can also call the Health Centre to book an appointment at that time. Elders and other vulnerable community members will be prioritized. Our health team will notify the community of the second vaccine clinic dates as soon as it is available – please stay tuned for updates.

In advance of the long weekend, we would like to remind the community to continue to protect each other against COVID-19. The number of Indigenous people in B.C. with COVID-19 continues to decline, but it is too early to forget about what we have all learned throughout this past year. A friendly reminder that you must follow the current provincial health orders:

  • Avoid non-essential travel outside of our region
  • Avoid indoor gatherings of any size, only with the people of your household
  • Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are permitted

Click on the link below to see the latest COVID-19 case numbers in our area.

COVID-19 Contacts

  • Splatsin Health Centre: (250) 838-9538
  • HealthLink BC: 8-1-1
  • BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool: here
  • Non-heath information hotline: 1-888-COVID19

COVID-19 Resources

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.Share This Article

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