Mayor Garry Reece and the Lax Kw'alaams Band Council have relayed some welcome news for community residents, with an advisory Yesterday announcing that the recent concerns over Coronavirus are fading for the moment and with that news, a number of measures in place are being lifted.There are currently no more confirmed COVID cases in community.
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
COVID concerns in Lax Kw'alaams reduced as Band Council updates community
The three previous confirmed cases of COVID, end their isolation as of midnight tonight, all three are doing well.
EMC has decided to reopen the School, Brighter Futures and Headstart.
The Band office will remain open for service, please have your vaccine card available, if you need service at the band office.
Maintenance and the Health Center will continue all duties.
The Rec Center is reopening for all residents
The COVID concerns were relayed earlier this month and saw the community reducing services and the potential for contact during the period of note.
The advisory of Monday has generated some conversation in the community over the number of residents who had contracted COVID, with the original notes at the time having observed of only one, since updated to three as part of the most recent correspondence.
You can review the full statement from the Mayor and Band Council from the Lax Kw'alaams Band Council Facebook page.
More notes of interest from Lax Kw'alaams can be reviewed from our archive page here.
Posted by . at 3:57 PM