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Nunatsiavut Government: COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Nain

Public health staff from the Nunatsiavut Department of Health and Social Development as well as Labrador-Grenfell Regional Health Authority are scheduled to be in Nain on Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16 to administer the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to all eligible residents, 18 years of age and older. It is anticipated that it will […]

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Ornge set to begin COVID-19 vaccinations in First Nation communities – Tbnewswatch.com

The vaccinations under Operation Remote Immunity will begin on Feb. 1 and it is expected 16,000 people in remote First Nations communities will receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by the end of April. THUNDER BAY – The COVID-19 vaccine is slowly being administered to front-line health care workers and long-term care residence across the province […]

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Statement from the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada on January 14, 2021

From: Public Health Agency of Canada January 14, 2021 | Ottawa, ON | Public Health Agency of Canada As the resurgence of COVID-19 activity continues in Canada, we are tracking a range of epidemiological indicators to monitor where the disease is most active, where it is spreading and how it is impacting the health of […]

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Statement from the Council of Chief Medical Officers of Health: Implementing COVID-19 Vaccination in Canada — Vaccine Dose Interval

From: Public Health Agency of Canada Vaccination is a very important tool to help with the control and long-term management of COVID-19. The availability of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines is a turning point in the global pandemic. This achievement is a testament to the collaboration among scientists, manufacturers, and governments. Canada’s vaccine regulatory system conducts […]

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State of Emergency in the City of Yellowknife Extended

January 14, 2021 The Minister of Municipal and Community Affairs, Paulie Chinna has extended the State of Emergency in the City of Yellowknife. This extension is being made under s.14 of the Emergency Management Act. The extension continues through January 28, 2021. This State of Emergency was initially instated to address the need for additional shelter […]

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Stoney Nakoda First Nation declares State of Local Emergency after rapid rise in COVID-19 cases – Cochrane Today

“So far we’ve done good and I think we’re going to beat this,” Crawford said. “Just stay home and avoid people.” STONEY NAKODA— After seeing a rapid increase of COVID-19 cases in Stoney Nakoda First Nation a State of Local Emergency has been declared. On Monday (Jan. 11), the Nation saw an increase of 17 […]

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WAHA: Vaccines Arrives in Attawapiskat and Fort Albany for Long Term Care Patients and Health Care Workers

WAHA’s President and CEO, Lynne Innes, met with ORNGE Moosonee Based Manager Chris Alisappi to pick up additional vaccines to be delivered in the region. Today, vaccines were delivered to coastal communities for residents and staff of congregate care home settings at the Weeneebayko General, Attawapiskat and Fort Albany hospitals for elderly inpatients. As well […]

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Resident of Turtle Bay Elders Lodge tests positive

(Kahnawake – 13, Tsothohrhkó:wa/January 2021) The Kahnawà:ke COVID-19 Task Force would like to advise the community that a resident at the Turtle Bay Elders Lodge (TBEL) has tested positive for COVID-19. All TBEL residents have been in self-isolation since the outbreak on December 31st. The residents will continue their isolation until further notice. The Local […]

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Anyone at Any Stage of Self-Isolation January 1 Through January 6 in Hay River or K’atlo’deeche First Nation: Arrange for COVID-19 Testing

Wastewater Surveillance Signals Undetected COVID-19 in Hay River HAY RIVER January 13, 2021 – Wastewater samples analyzed in Hay River from January 1 to 6, 2021 has signaled undetected COVID-19. Public risk The Office of the Chief Public Health Officer is confident that this positive signal indicates that there is likely at least one undetected […]

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Spirit injury manifests in physical illness and mental issues, says strategic lead of Indigenous resurgence – Toronto Star

Jan. 14, 2021 Mental health issues. Addictions. Post-traumatic stress disorder. Back pain. All of those, said Dr. Lynn Lavallée, are symptomatic of spirit injury. “We know that we are spiritual beings having a physical experience. So when we have physical illness that is spirit injury and it manifests itself into mental illness, into physical illness, […]

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