COVID-19 Updates

Public Notice: 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Blood Reserve: 10 active and 3 recovered.

Monday, May 18, 2020 COVID-19 Response Update (12:47 p.m.) Reported from Blood Tribe Emergency Management Total Confirmed Cases: 13 Total Active: 10 Total Recovered: 3 All confirmed cases are reported to Blood Tribe Emergency Management by Blood Tribe Department of Health. We will continue to provide updates as they are received. BTDH verified that all …

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May 17/20 (12:30 p.m.) – Blood Tribe COVID-19 Response More Confirmed Cases, Now 12 in Total on Blood Reserve

Sunday, May 17, 2020 *Two more confirmed cases of COVID-19 today which increases the total number to 9 active cases with 3 recovered. The total is now at 12.* Earlier today, the total confirmed cases was at 10: 7 active and 3 recovered. All confirmed cases are reported to Blood Tribe Emergency Management by Blood …

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Blood Tribe COVID-19 Response More Confirmed Cases, Now 10 in Total on Blood Reserve

Sunday, May 17, 2020 On Sunday, Blood Tribe Emergency Management received notice from the Blood Tribe Department of Health that there is a total of ten (10) confirmed cases of COVID-19 on the Blood Reserve as of today, May 17, 2020. BTDH further reports there are seven (7) active cases with three (3) recovered. Our …

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Blood Tribe and First Nations and Inuit health Branch Joint Statement – Recent Blood Reserve COVID-19 confirmed Cases

May 14, 2020 Blood Tribe Chief Makiinima Roy Fox, and FNIHB Deputy Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Chris Sarin, provide an update on recent confirmed COVID-19 cases on the Blood Reserve. This statement offers insight into public health measures in dealing with the current situation in addition to providing guidance to Blood Tribe members. Please …

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BTDH Important Resources and Information

Oki, Attached Are Important Resources Provided By Lori Healy And BT Community Health That Geared Towards Elders And Families Or Caretakers. Please Use These For Any Of Your Clients, Your Homes And Families. Feel Free To Distribute And Print Out If Needed. Thank You, Pam Blood Director, Communications and Community Engagement Blood Tribe/Kainai

BT COVID-19 Response Update – More Confirmed Cases on Blood Reserve

 May 1, 2020  Today Blood Tribe Emergency Management has received notice from Blood Tribe Department of Health there are two (2) new confirmed cases making a total of three (3) on the Blood Reserve as of today, May 1, 2020. Our Community Health officials are working in contact tracing and urge Blood Tribe members to …

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