The COVID-19 Info-Line is no longer in service as of February 9, 2023.
Passengers taking CHB charter flights are recommended to wear a medical mask while travelling.
Flu shots are now available in Eeyou Istchee and are recommended each year for everyone age 6 months and older.
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The new booster is an updated version of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine that is tailored to protect against Omicron, its variants, and the original cor
Wiichihiituwin’s clients (patients and escorts) will benefit from improved food services at the ADC restaurant at Expresso Hotel, starting June 12,
On June 10, 2022 EEPF Officers will set up road blocks for one day in each of the nine communities In Eeyou Istchee to educate drivers on the dange
The Public Health Department of the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay recommends that masks continue to be worn indoors in Eeyo
Public Health is working with Chisasibi officials after a red fox hunted approximately 100 km north of the community in late March tested positive
The Cree Board of Health is proud to acknowledge the dedication, passion and hard work of our nutritionists/dietitians.
Public Health recommends the following changes to reduce medical isolation, effective March 16, 2022.
March 11, 2022 is a National Day of Observance honouring the memory of those we have lost to COVID-19, and the people they left behind.
Eeyou Istchee is transitioning from an isolation protocol to a testing protocol for people who travel to and from Areas of Risk.
Due to increased numbers of COVID-19 cases in Eeyou Istchee, two Emergency Response Units (ERUs) have been installed outside Chisasibi Hospital. Th
Starting January 6, individuals who take a COVID-19 screening test at the CMC or the Chisasibi Hospital will have access to automatic disclosure of
When people go for a test, they will need to provide the healthcare worker with a valid cellphone number where they agree to receive their test res
With 2021 coming to an end, we're looking back at our 2nd pandemic year and feeling grateful for the resilience and cooperation of our clients, par
Considering the current situation, the Chisasibi Regional Hospital has implemented new measures effective immediately to ensure th
"I am also on a healing journey. The pandemic has triggered my own wounds that I didn’t know existed.
In Eeyou Istchee, booster doses are now available for these people at their CMC.
The Public Health Department at CBHSSJB is monitoring a new variant of concern known as the Omicron variant.
Children aged 5-11 in Eeyou Istchee will be able to get the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine starting November 25.
Starting October 30, 2021, new Federal regulations for air travel come into effect.
On August 2, 2021, Public Health detected a low signal of the COVID-19 coronavirus during a regular screening test of sewage in Chisasibi.
Sewage testing is a early-warning system to detect Covid-19 in communities.