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

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

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 202117 Views

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 as to health care workers (including people who work and/or study in hospitals) and essential caregivers

If you think you may have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it, first self-isolate and complete the on-line COVID-19 Self-Assessment to determine your next steps. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/

Remember, this is our shot! Together, let’s look after our loved ones and get vaccinated! We can protect our elders, our people, and our homeland.

Please continue to follow Public Health measures. Sanitize your hands, wear a mask, practice physical distancing.

For more information, visit

www.waha.ca/covid-19/vaccine

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