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January 10, 2021 Covid-19 Update

Good Evening, Today we have 20 new cases and 6 recoveries of COVID-19. Of these numbers,  La Ronge on-reserve has 17 new cases and 6 recoveries, total 65 active Grandmother’s Bay has 2 new cases, total 20 active Stanley Mission has 1 new case, total 17 active  Thank you to our health care teams who are doing amazing work during a very  stressful time. We are beyond proud and grateful for all that they do.  Please follow the advice of the public  health care teams who are working tirelessly to help slow the spread of COVID 19,  which can be a very serious health risk. Please do you part and do not visit outside of your household, stay safe, wear your  mask, wash your hands often and keep a social distance from others. We are all in this world pandemic together and we will get through this together.  Sincerely, Chief Tammy Cook-Searson, Council and Emergency Control Group

 

 

 

January 8, 2021 Covid-19 Update

Good evening,

 

Today the LLRIB communities have a total of 10 new cases and 5 recoveries.

La Ronge Reserve has 6 new cases and 5 recoveries, total 56 active cases

Stanley Mission has 1 new case and 0 recoveries, total 16 active cases

Grandmother’s Bay has 1 new case and 2 recoveries, total 14 active cases

Sucker River has 2 new cases and 0 recoveries, total 6 active cases

Hall Lake has 0 new case and 0 recoveries, total active 3 cases

Little Red River has 0 new cases and 0 Recoveries, total 2 active cases.

The first vaccines have been administered today. We are very pleased and grateful for everyone working hard and fast to get the vaccinations in order.

Please continue to be vigilant as prevention is our best option to help slow the spread of the virus.

Please continue to social distance, wash your hands regularly, wear a mask, and do not visit outside of your household.

Stay safe,

Chief Tammy Cook-Searson, Council, and Emergency Control Group

January 7, 2021 Covid-19 Update

Good evening,

 

Today the LLRIB communities have a total of 15 new cases and 8 recoveries.

La Ronge Reserve has 8 new cases and 8 recoveries, total 55 active cases

Stanley Mission has 0 new cases and 0 recoveries, total 15 active cases

Grandmother’s Bay has 7 new cases and 0 recoveries, total 15 active cases

Sucker River has 0 new cases and 0 recoveries, total 4 active cases

Hall Lake has 0 new case and 0 recoveries, total active 3 cases

Little Red River has 0 new cases and 0 Recoveries, total 2 active cases.

Please continue to be vigilant as prevention is our best option to help slow the spread of the virus.

Please continue to social distance, wash your hands regularly, wear a mask, and do not visit outside of your household.

Stay safe,

Chief Tammy Cook-Searson, Council, and Emergency Control Group

Public Service Announcement – October 15, 2020

Click Link to Print – Public Service Announcement Oct 15 Sucker River

October 15, 2020

Dear Parents, Staff and Students,

Our community of Sucker River has 4 confirmed cases of Covid-19 as of 8 pm, Thursday October 15. There have been no confirmed cases at Chief Moses Ratt school. However, to support the leadership’s efforts to limit travel of staff coming in and out of the community we will have no school for Friday October 16, 2020.

Our staff will use this time to review and strengthen our safety protocols and procedures. LLRIB Education will continue to monitor the situation in the community and provide an update before Monday October 19. Please be assured we at LLRIB Education are continually working with LLRIB Health and in constant communication with Sucker River community leadership to do what is best for our students, staff and community members. The health, safety, and wellbeing of all students, staff and community remains our top priority.

All other LLRIB schools (SMVS, BPES and SRS) will remain open. We will continue to follow the guidelines of the LLRIB Education COVID-19 Emergency Plan and we will continue to adhere to health precautions and being ever more mindful to respect and follow all health guidelines. If your child is sick keep them at home and contact your respective school to provide an update. If your child shows symptoms such as; fever, cough, runny nose, breathing difficulties, chills, body aches and diminished smell we strongly advise that you call Health Line 811 or their
community Health Centre at (306) 425-1720.

Simon D. Bird B.Ed. M.Ed. M.N.G.D
Lac La Ronge Director of Education