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COVID-19 INFORMATION & UPDATES

COVID-19 is a respiratory virus with pneumonia-like symptoms. There are confirmed cases in Canada, including Ontario. The Town of Blind River is working closely with Health Officials in our community to monitor the global situation and respond accordingly.
 

BLIND RIVER MUNICIPAL OFFICE IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASE FOLLOW ALL SOCIAL DISTANCING AND MASKING REQUIREMENTS. AT THIS TIME WE ARE ONLY ALLOWING TWO PEOPLE IN AT A TIME.

NORTHSHORE HEALTH NETWORK 
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NSHN operates COVID-19 Assessment Centres in Blind River and Thessalon, available by appointment only.
Contact an NSHN COVID-19 Assessment Centre by:
Calling 705-356-2265 or toll-free 1-888-425-0321:
Blind River Location: Ext. 2661 or  Thessalon Location: Ext. 2662 
Press Releases:
NSHN LTC Worker Tests Positive for COVID-19
NSHN Visiting Restrictions and Changes to Outpatient Appointments
NSHN Laboratory Complete Outpatient Service Resumption
Back to School Assessment Centre Reminder 
NSHN Further Increases Visitor Restrictions
NSHN Implements Screening for Patients & Visitors
NSHN Suspends Non-Essential Visitors
NSHN Opens COVID-19 Assessment Centres in Blind River & Thessalon
HURON SHORES FAMILY HEALTH TEAM COMMUNICATION MAR 19/20
Check their website for up to date information.
www.nshn.care

ALGOMA PUBLIC HEALTH   

Check their website for important information and updates.
Spring Break Messaging
Updated Advisory on Cross-Border Travel into Chippewa County, Michigan
COVID-19 School Safety Protocol
COVID-19 Daily School Screening Form
COVID-19 Workplace Screening Form
Workplace face mask FAQ's
Sault Ste. Marie - Algoma Region Coronavirus Response Hub
Welcome Home. Go Straight Home
Bon retour. Rentrez directement chez nous.

Welcome Home, Stay Home! Information for Travellers.
Build Community Immunity
Open Algoma Safely
http://www.algomapublichealth.com/disease-and-illness/infectious-diseases/novel-coronavirus/#information
Créer une immunité communautaire
Border Alert - July 2020

PUBLIC HEALTH ONTARIO FACT SHEETS

How to care for Pets and Other Animals - COVID-19

Take care of Yourself and Each Other - COVID-19
Physical Distancing - COVID-19
How to Self-Isolate - COVID-19
When and How to wear a Mask -COVID-19
How to Wash you Hands - COVID-19
Cleaning and Disinfection for Public Settings - COVID-19
How to Self-Monitor - COVID-19
Self-isolation: Guide for caregivers, household members and close contacts -COVID-19


Additional Information Sources:

Public Health Agency of Canada
Ontario Ministry of Health
Stop the Spread Business Information Line
World Health Organization
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New Guide for Maintaining Building Plumbing After an Extended Vacancy-French




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