Total cases of COVID-19 for Eeyou Istchee since 11 March 2020: 119
Vaccination in Eeyou Istchee
10,533 people have been vaccinated with the 1st dose
6,581 people have been vaccinated with the 2nd dose
0 active cases || 115 recovered || 4 deaths
2nd dose clinics in your community
When: Thursday, April 15 to Sunday, April 18
10 am to 6 pm
Where: Youth Centre
Starting Monday, April 19: Clients can call the CMC to make an appointment.
For Waskaganish Residents 18 years old and up
1st or 2nd Dose
PLACE: Cultural building
DATE & TIME:
April 19, 2021 1:00 PM -5:00 PM
April 20 -23, 2021 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
To book an appointment please call 819-895-4534
Saturday, April 17
10am to 6pm
Green Zone @MSDC Upstairs
Monday to Friday, April 23 9am to 5pm
Green + Red Zone Upstairs on Friday April 23rd @MSDC
Starting Friday, April 2 to Saturday, April 24
9:30 am to 8 pm weekdays
9:30 am to 5 pm Saturdays
* Clients are being contacted by the local clinic to get their 2nd dose. Clients are also encouraged to call the Clinic for an appointment in case they haven't been contacted yet.
Updates from CBHSSJB
Quebec is in the 3rd wave of the pandemic. COVID-19 cases continue to go up in many regions including Ontario. This is related to variants of the virus that spread more easily. In our neighbouring regions of Lac St-Jean and Abitibi there are new cases reported every day. This continues to be a concern for people travelling to and from Eeyou Istchee.
We hope to see as many people as possible vaccinated before going on Goose Break. We are in the 3rd wave of the pandemic. COVID-19 cases continue to go up in Ontario and Quebec. This is related to variants of the virus that spread more easily.
Updates from Cree Nation Government
Cree Nation Government Areas of Risk map for travellers
Reminder: Check with your PSO before traveling outside of Eeyou Istchee.
The Cree Nation Government and the Cree Board of Health are closely monitoring our neighbouring areas to assess the risks associated with travel. We are looking for any increase in the number of cases, changes in the regions' ability to manage epidemics, and their ability to conduct contact tracing.