T’it’q’et Emergency Operation Center (EOC) is activated at Level One in response to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic.
We are asking any T’it’q’et Member is considering returning home to utilize this Self Screening Tool. Please see below for a list of documents related to COVID-19:
- Confirmed Cases 158
- 3 are in ICU
- 8 Hospitalized
- 102 have recovered
- 1 confirmed death in the Interior Health region
COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus)
At this time, PHAC has assessed the public health risk associated with COVID-19 as low for the general population in Canada but this could change rapidly.
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- 39 confirmed cases including:
- Four individuals who have recovered, as indicated by the resolution of symptoms, followed by two successive negative test results 24 hours apart.
- One individual who has died.
2,008 individuals and 2,803 samples tested as of March 6, 2020.
The number of samples tested will be higher than the number of individuals tested because some individuals are tested more than once.
Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in British Columbia:
“We are announcing eight new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 21 cases in British Columbia. The individuals are in the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions and were confirmed positive based on BC Centre for Disease Control testing.
“Cases 14, 15, 16 and 17 are close contacts of case 10. They are a man in his 20s, a man in his 30s, a woman in her 50s and a woman in her 60s.
“Cases 18 and 19 are a woman in her 50s and a man in his 60s who reside in a single household. They recently returned from Iran.
“Case 20 is a woman in her 50s who frequently travels to Metro Vancouver from the Seattle, Wash. area. She is staying with family in the Fraser Health region.
“Case 21 is a woman in her 50s with no recent travel history who resides in the Fraser Health region.
“Four B.C. patients have now fully recovered and one patient remains in critical condition in care at hospital. The remaining individuals with COVID-19 are in isolation at home with support and monitoring from public health teams.
“Public health teams continue to identify and notify close contacts of all active cases. They will be supported to self-isolate for 14 days and are being monitored for symptoms.
“We are continuing widespread testing by screening British Columbians and travellers with symptoms, along with their close contacts, to identify cases of COVID-19 and take immediate action as we have seen today.”
(NOTE: T’it’q’et does have a number of hand sanitizers throughout the building and visit our Emergency Management page at http://www.titqet.org/administration/emergency-management/ and open the “Prepared BC: Household Preparedness Guide” to help you be prepared.
Anyone concerned that they may have been exposed to, or are experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, should contact their primary care provider, local public health office, or call 8-1-1.
Public Health Agency of Canada has set up a 2019 novel coronavirus telephone information line at: 1-833-784-4397.
Another useful source, World Health Organization website https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 for Situation Reports.