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Emergency Protocals – COVID – 19

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Propane is being delivered to all houses in the
communities, wood will be supplied if needed (only one of these per household –
either wood or propane, not both)

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All essential services will continue to operate –
Infrastructure (water/sewer/garbage) Fire, EMS and police will continue.

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All members/residents will have access to
medications – Prescriptions will be brought in when needed, please call the
Health Director if you are in need of medication.

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All members/residents will have access to Food –
Food delivery will be every week and details of this will be sent out in a
separate message

After the Friday deadline Peerless Trout First Nation and its two
communities of Peerless Lake and Trout Lake will be in isolation until it is
safe to lift the Protocols

We ask residents
to refrain from visiting each other and self-isolate as much as possible,
please keep your children safe and inside

After 8:00 pm Friday, March 20th access to and from the communities will be closed
except for Essential and Emergency services.

Off – Reserve members will be asked to self-isolate for 14 days once in the communities

Off- Reserve members wishing to return to the communities will have until 8:00 pm, Friday
March 20th to access the communities. Any members wanting to return must phone Lillian,
Health Director @ 780-649-0319 to notify that they wish to come to the
communities.

Residents will have March 18th to travel from and to the communities, but will need
to check in with checkpoint personnel

Check points will be set up at 8:00 am at Trout Mountain Corner and the old sawmill in
Trout.

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