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Sitansisk Wolastoqiyik is an urban community in North-Eastern Turtle Island. Sitansisk lies on the Wolastoq, opposite downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.

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Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 26, 2021
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COVID Update, November 26, 2021; 0 New Cases, 0 New Recoveries

November 26, 2021; 4:15 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of no new recoveries or active cases of COVID-19 in the community, at present, there are 10 Active Cases, 17 Recovered for a total of 27 cases.

Public Health will monitor results from PCR testing and provide more updates on Monday. Health Workers, Sakom Polchies and Dr. McKelvie from NB Public Health will be hosting a Q&A on Monday for community members, with a call for questions coming this weekend. Public Health asks people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council
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Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 26, 2021
stmarysfirstnation.com

COVID Update, November 26, 2021; 0 New Cases, 0 New Recoveries

 November 26, 2021; 4:15 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of no new recoveries or active cases of COVID-19 in the community, at present, there are 10 Active Cases, 17 Recovered for a total of 27 cases.

Public Health will monitor results from PCR testing and provide more updates on Monday. Health Workers, Sakom Polchies and Dr. McKelvie from NB Public Health will be hosting a Q&A on Monday for community members, with a call for questions coming this weekend. Public Health asks people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council

For clarification: The bus service in question was not tied to the CHSMES incident.

Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 25, 2021
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COVID Update, November 25, 2021; 0 New Cases, 2 New Recoveries

November 25, 2021; 4:26 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of two new recoveries within the community. The two new recoveries lowers active cases to 10 (27 Total, 17 Recovered.) Public Health will monitor results from PCR testing and provide updates daily. They ask people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

NB Public Health notified band members and administration yesterday of potential exposures tied to CHSMES and a bus service. Both are isolated events and Public Health has not recommended further action. All individuals contacted have been given instructions on how to proceed; if you were not contacted, you and your children were not affected.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council
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For clarification: The bus service in question was not tied to the CHSMES incident.

Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 25, 2021
stmarysfirstnation.com

COVID Update, November 25, 2021; 0 New Cases, 2 New Recoveries

 November 25, 2021; 4:26 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of two new recoveries within the community. The two new recoveries lowers active cases to 10 (27 Total, 17 Recovered.) Public Health will monitor results from PCR testing and provide updates daily. They ask people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

NB Public Health notified band members and administration yesterday of potential exposures tied to CHSMES and a bus service. Both are isolated events and Public Health has not recommended further action. All individuals contacted have been given instructions on how to proceed; if you were not contacted, you and your children were not affected.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council

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Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 24, 2021
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COVID Update, November 24, 2021; 3 New Cases, 2 New Recoveries

November 24, 2021; 4:36 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of three new cases and two new recoveries within the community. The three new cases and two new recoveries lowers active cases to 12 (27 Total, 15 Recovered.) Public Health will monitor results from PCR testing and provide updates daily. They ask people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

One of today’s cases visited Chief Harold Sappier Memorial Elementary School (CHSMES) with a very a limited set of contacts. This was an isolated incident, any students or faculty exposed to this individual will be contacted with instructions on whether they need to isolate or seek testing. Enhanced cleaning measures remain in place at CHSMES.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council
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Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 24, 2021
stmarysfirstnation.com

COVID Update, November 24, 2021; 3 New Cases, 2 New Recoveries

 November 24, 2021; 4:36 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of three new cases and two new recoveries within the community. The three new cases and two new recoveries lowers active cases to 12 (27 Total, 15 Recovered.) Public Health will monitor results from PCR testing and provide updates daily. They ask people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

One of today’s cases visited Chief Harold Sappier Memorial Elementary School (CHSMES) with a very a limited set of contacts. This was an isolated incident, any students or faculty exposed to this individual will be contacted with instructions on whether they need to isolate or seek testing. Enhanced cleaning measures remain in place at CHSMES.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council

Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 23, 2021
stmarysfirstnation.com

COVID Update, November 23, 2021; 0 New Cases, 1 New Recovery

November 23, 2021; 4:16 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of no new cases and one new recovery within the community. The one new recovery lowers active cases to 11 (24 Total, 13 Recovered.) Public Health will monitor results from the mass PCR testing from today’s clinic at Maqiyahtimok. They ask people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council
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Sitansisk
(St Mary’s First Nation)
150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1
P. (506) 458-9511 T.F. (888) 445-6644
November 23, 2021
stmarysfirstnation.com

COVID Update, November 23, 2021; 0 New Cases, 1 New Recovery

 November 23, 2021; 4:16 p.m., Sitansisk: New Brunswick Public Health has informed Sitansisk Band Administration of no new cases and one new recovery within the community. The one new recovery lowers active cases to 11 (24 Total, 13 Recovered.) Public Health will monitor results from the mass PCR testing from today’s clinic at Maqiyahtimok. They ask people answer calls from private numbers as this is how calls will appear for the purposes of contact tracing and reporting test results to patients.

We thank all who have sought testing and continue to request anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to isolate and seek testing. For advice on how to isolate, what resources exist to help with isolation, and to book a test, visit www.stmarysfirstnation.com/coronavirus, calling the Health Centre at +1 (506) 452-2750 or call 811. Members are urged to continue with best practices for the time being, including limiting contacts and avoiding large gatherings or events, particularly indoors. Do your best to assist others during these times, we’re all looking forward to a COVID-free Holiday season. Addictions and mental health personnel are on standby 24/7, +1 (506) 688-3721. Rapid testing kits remain available by calling St. Mary’s Security at +1 (506) 447-8721.

Woliwon,
Sitansisk Chief and Council
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