COVID-19 Information Centre

If you are experiencing any symptoms,
call the Information and Assessment Centre at
1-855-977-7737 or 226-446-9909

The True Strength of a Community in the Face of Adversity is how we protect our Elders and Most Vulnerable

As of October 21, 2020 on Six Nations:
2 New Active Cases confirmed on Oct. 21st,
Total Active Cases = 31

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Oct 22, 2020 in Six Nations
Lab Confirmed Positive Cases
74
Resolved
43
Lab Confirmed Negative Cases
2385
Deaths
1
Oct 23, 2020 Health Canada
Ontario Confirmed Cases
68353
Canadian Total Cases
211732
Stay home to stop the spread

Healthy 6Nay COVID-19 Situation Reports

September 11th COVID-19 Situation Report

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Six Nations Community Report September 11th 2020

These reports will now include case information in Ontario Schools.

These reports will be released Fridays and Tuesdays of every week. 

Safety, Care, and Prevention

ECG - Community Event Proposal Form

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Oct. 21, 2020 - Community Event Proposal to Six Nations Community from Emergency Control Group During COVID 19 Pandemic Please fill out this proposal template with all the relevant information on the event that you are organizing in the community.

http://www.sixnations.ca/ecgEventProposalSubmissionfinal.pdf

Practical Guidance for Funerals, Wakes or Memorials during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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***Updated October 21, 2020***

Practical Guidance for Funerals, Wakes or Memorials during the COVID-19 Pandemic

http://www.sixnations.ca/FuneralGuidanceduringCOVID-19(October2020).pdf

COVID-19 Case Definitions

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Terms used and defined to explain what is being talked about

when Cases are deemed: Probable, Confirmed, Active, Resolved, 

total and New Daily Cases.

Covid-19 Self Assessment

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Feeling Ill Take the Covid-19 Self Assessment, You will be guided through

to What Your Next Steps Will Be

To Self Assess: (Visit the  Link)

https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/

Community Notices

Consensus Statement on Management of COVID-19 in Schools in the OH West Region

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SEPTEMBER 2020 - The following consensus points have been developed to provide consistency in response to COVID-19 in schools across local public health units in western Ontario.

RAEB Health Research Evidence Updates

COVID-19 PANDEMIC – RAEB’S EVIDENCE UPDATE #29

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COVID-19 PANDEMIC – RAEB’S EVIDENCE UPDATE #29

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Stay at home if you are sick.

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Keep commonly touched places clean & disinfected. Keep washing your hands.

O

Obey public health advice & social distancing.

D

Do not touch your face.

E

Emergency situations call 911.

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Nose & mouth etiquette. Cough and sneeze into your elbow or a tissue. Throw tissue into garbage and wash your hands.