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Practise the Safe 6 and wear a mask. Help curb the spread: follow the CMOH's advice. For medical questions, phone Friday, July 9 and 12 p. With recoveries, this brings the active case count to One case ly identified as positive has been determined negative. Anyone experiencing any of the symptoms listed below, even mild, should get tested. People who are vaccinated may also rarely acquire COVID and should seek testing if symptoms develop.
Testing turnaround times remain very quick, 24 hours in the week, and negative can now be accessed online for faster access to. The Chief Medical Officer of Health has made several strong temporary recommendations to decrease gathering sizes and limit contacts. Everyone in the Yukon should continue to follow the Safe 6 plus 1 plus 1 means wear a mask. Anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms should self-isolate and arrange to be tested immediately.
Thursday, July 8, and 12 p. This brings the active case count to with reported recoveries. Given ongoing activity, current guidelines for daycares remain in place until further notice. This includes limiting attendance and masking. People in communities should contact their rural community health centre.
Everyone in the Yukon should continue to follow the Safe 6 plus 1. Wednesday, July 7, and 12 p. The CMOH has made several strong temporary recommendations to decrease gathering sizes and limit contacts. Tuesday, July 6, and 12 p. These current spread is primarily due to transmissions among people who are unvaccinated and vulnerable.
Testing turnaround times remain very quick, 24 hours in the week, and negative can now be accessed online. Monday, July 5, and 12 p. There have been cases since June 1,including out of territory residents diagnosed in Yukon and probable cases. Rapid response testing teams have been dispatched to Old Crow and Mayo. The clinic is taking place in Mayo on Wednesday, July 7, from 10 a. Clark School. Testing clinics in Old Crow will take place July 7, 8 and 9, from a.
Teams are comprised of nurses, cleaners and greeters. Testing turnaround times remain very quick, 24 hours in the week. Negative can now be accessed online for faster access to. Exposure notification letters have gone to parents and staff of the preschool, after-school and kindergarten groups at Grow with Joy Childcare, Days Inn location, for those attending the daycare from June 23 to June Direction from YCDC is different based on days attended. Yukon Communicable Disease Control has provided specific direction to those affected. All other information is provided by the daycare operator to parents and staff, based on advice from YCDC.
As a reminder, no restrictions have changed however, the CMOH has made several strong recommendations. From July 2 to July 16, long-term care homes in Yukon will reduce the of visitors permitted per resident, from 6 to 2 for indoor visits.
All other guidelines remain unchanged. This step is being taken to protect all those who live in long-term care homes as Yukon experiences its 1st wave of COVID Consider limiting organized sport activities that do not allow players to be at least 2 metres 6 feet apart. Vaccination is the best way Wife seeking sex tonight West Ridge anyone eligible or anyone aged 12 and older to participate in sports. If you are participating in a team sport, follow public health advice on Yukon. Exposure notification letters have gone to parents and staff of the young toddler group at Grow with Joy Childcare, 2nd Avenue location in Whitehorse; and to the parents and staff of the older toddler group at Grow with Joy 4th Avenue location, in Whitehorse, advising that anyone at either daycare group on Wednesday, June 23,must self-isolate and monitor for symptoms until Wednesday, July 7, Exposure notifications have also gone to residents of the Chilkoot Trail Inn, in Whitehorse.
Anyone resident there between Monday, June 21 and Wednesday, June 30,or anyone visiting a resident is asked to monitor for symptoms and stay home if any occur. Acting now will bring us out of this wave earlier. Follow the safe 6 and stick to 6. Protect each other and protect yourself, so we can get back on track as soon as possible. As a reminder, recommendations on gathering sizes have changed.
Anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms should self-isolate and arrange to be tested immediately :. He is also strongly recommending that Yukoners take steps to limit contacts over the next 4 to 6 weeks. Exposure notification letters have gone to parents and staff of Little Dreamers Daycare in Whitehorse recommending that all children and staff who were present on either June 18 or June 25,self-isolate and monitor for symptoms until Friday, July 2,for the earlier date and Friday, July 9,for the later date.
Note only those present on either of those days are considered to be at risk. Anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms should self-isolate and arrange to be Wife seeking sex tonight West Ridge immediately:.
Since June 4,all of the variant testing received to date are positive for the Gamma P. Anyone who was at the '98 Hotel between Saturday, June 19,and Sunday, June 27,during opening hours should seek testing and stay home if they have any symptoms. The office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health has issued a closure notice for Bambinos Bilingual Montessori Daycare from Monday, June 28,to Friday, July 9, ,as a result of transmission within the daycare.
The office is issuing letters to all Yukon daycares reminding them of the need to practise infection control protocols, and to screen both staff and attendees for illness daily, ensuring that those who are ill are not working or attending the facility. Going forward, daycares where transmission has occurred will be publicly identified.
Employers, including self-employed people, are reminded they can access the Paid Sick Leave Rebate to support workers who do not have access to paid sick leave. Keeping people who are ill out of the workplace is critical to limit transmission and will help protect everyone.
People in communities should contact their rural community health centre to arrange for testing.
We are in a new phase of this pandemic, one we had hoped not to see. But we are here and we will continue to work together to contain this wave. There are now active cases in the territory. COVID is being widely transmitted throughout Yukon, primarily affecting unvaccinated people and is now present in most Yukon communities. We must all prepare ourselves for things to look different over the weeks to come. At the same time, we need to stick together and stay calm. If you are not yet vaccinated, get your shot. We are 1 community as we face this wave and work together to regain control.
Testing turnaround times remain rapid, 24 hours in the week, and negative can now be accessed online for faster access to. This recommendation will reduce the of children in attendance, allow for more distance between children and provide increased flexibility for staff to stay home if sick. This recommendation does not apply to day camps. Daycare operators are reaching out directly to parents of any children who were exposed to COVID at a daycare centre. An outbreak is declared when 1 or more persons tests positive in a congregate living setting. We now have an outbreak involving the Whitehorse Emergency Shelter.
We must pull together, by:. Keep your social gathering to 6 people or less — whether you're inside or outdoors. COVID is being widely transmitted throughout Yukon, with recent cases having spread through large unorganized social gatherings. Yukoners are being strongly encouraged to limit social gatherings to six people. For now, I would like all Yukoners to limit informal gatherings to a smallregardless of vaccination status. We expect to see high daily s of case for a while yet. This outbreak is mostly affecting unvaccinated adults, children, and youth, but even vaccinated people are at some risk.
Any organized gathering such as a wedding or funeral must adhere to current guidelines. Unorganized social gatherings should for now be limited to no more than six adults. Limiting our contacts for the next two weeks will help us take a pause and assess where we are. Our public health system is ificantly challenged right now and this measure will allow us to address where we are seeing our greatest risk.
As a reminder, no restrictions have changed.
Since June 4,all of the variant testing received to date are positive for the Gamma variant. We are working as hard as we can to provide advice to individuals on how they need to respond to a possible or known exposure to COVID I understand that people are concerned, especially parents of young ones when there is what appears to be a delay in notification.
What is important to remember is that very young children do not get as ill as older folks. And, we need time to work through who are contacts and who are not. It is still just as important that people stay home if ill, get tested if they have symptoms and get vaccinated.
We expect the trend of daily cases to continue for a few weeks, and we may see additional clusters and smaller outbreaks. Given the heartbreaking news today of yet another death, it is more important than ever that people stay home if ill, get tested if they have symptoms and get vaccinated". There are now 92 active cases in the territory with recoveries expected. Since June 4,screening received so far indicate all cases are positive for the Gamma P.
COVID is now widespread throughout Yukon, primarily affecting unvaccinated people and is now present in most Yukon communities. We expect many further cases over the coming weeks, especially amongst unvaccinated people. COVID will go wherever it finds an opportunity.
We all need to take responsibility for protecting ourselves, our families and our communities. Exposure notices have been sent to additional schools. Staff and students have been advised to either self-isolate or self-monitor depending on exposure. Cases linked to the identified schools were infectious during the last days of school. Our way out of this outbreak is through isolation and testing of people with symptoms.
All camps and group activities must screen for illness so we can stop people transmitting COVID infection to others. There are now 87 active cases in the territory. Thirty one are confirmed as the Gamma P. People who are vaccinated may acquire COVID in rare circumstances and should seek testing if symptoms develop. Testing turnaround times remain very quick and this week people have been getting their in 24 hours.
For faster access to testing you can get negative online. Brendan Hanley is Wife seeking sex tonight West Ridge Grade 12 students who attended the F. Collins prom event on Friday, June 11, to self-isolate until end of day on Friday, June 25, at p. This direction is issued under his authority under Sections 11 and 17 of the Communicable Disease regulation under the Public Health and Safety Act.
One of nine new confirmed cases of COVID for today is a student at the school who attended the event. Everyone who attended the F. Collins Cap and Gown event on Thursday, June 10, are being asked to self-monitor only. Letters are being sent to students involved. In addition, under this same authority, Dr. Hanley is directing students in four Grade 9 classes at Porter Creek Senior Secondary to self-isolate until end of day on Friday, JuneWife seeking sex tonight West Ridge
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