Information On COVID-19

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Latest Information

For the latest information on COVID-19 please go to one of the following sites:

 Please note the April 7, 2021 Update from the Alberta Government below.

Resources

- Be Prepared For Re-Launch
COVID-19 Food and Pharmacy Community Care Program
- Resources For Farmers
Resources For Families
Resources For Businesses

 

Alberta's Re-Launch Strategy

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Central Peace Emergency Management (CPREM) has put together information, guidelines and links for businesses and organizations to prepare for a re-launch of the economy. Simply visit the Be Prepared For Re-Launch section of the CPREM website for details.

 April 07, 2021 Update - 

 

Moving back into Step 1 of COVID-19 restrictions

Alberta is returning to Step 1 of the four-step framework to protect the health system and reduce the rising spread of COVID-19 provincewide.

The following mandatory public health measures are now in effect:

  • Retail services and shopping malls must reduce customer capacity to 15% of fire code occupancy, not including staff. Curbside pick up, delivery and online services are still encouraged.
  • Indoor fitness is limited to one-on-one training with an individual or household. No drop-in activities, unsupervised individual fitness, or group fitness is allowed.
  • In-person adult performance activities are not permitted. This includes activities such as dancing, singing, acting, playing a musical instrument and any rehearsal or theatrical performance.
  • Libraries must close, until further notice.

On Friday, April 9 at noon, indoor in-person table service is no longer permitted at restaurants, pubs, bars, lounges, cafés and food courts. Takeout, curbside pickup, and delivery services continue to be permitted. Outdoor patio dining, with restrictions, will be allowed.

All other restrictions remain in place, including:

  • No indoor social gatherings.
  • Entertainment facilities remain closed.
  • Personal and wellness services (like physio and hair salons) are open by appointment only.
  • Places of worship limited to 15% capacity for in-person attendance.
  • Working from home is mandatory unless a physical presence is required to operate effectively.

 

 

 

Central Peace Regional Emergency Management

In order to provide consistent and reliable information about COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) to the public in the G5 Central Peace region, Central Peace Regional Emergency Management has launched a website and a Facebook page containing the latest information on COVID-19.

Please follow these sources for the latest local information:

Central Peace Regional Emergency Management:

 


 

Other COVID-19 Information

New information about COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) is being shared on a regular basis. It is important to rely on accurate sources for information. We recommend that you use the Government of Alberta website (see link below) for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 and the actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.

Trusted Sources of Information include:

Government of Alberta

Alberta Health Services

Government of Canada

World Health Organization 

To dispel some of the myths and misinformation about COVID-19 the World Health Organization has posted a page about the virus called Myth busters

 


 

If You Do Not Have A Computer - Dial 811

If you, a friend, or a loved one does not have a computer and is concerned about what to do if they are concerned about symptoms please use the 811 Healthlink number at Alberta Health for assistance.

 


 

Saddle Hills County COVID-19 Updates

We have provided below a list of links to all of our stories about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Assessment Following COVID-19 Protocols

New COVID Enhanced Public Health Measures

Please Use Campgrounds Responsibly

COVID Restrictions For Weddings & Funerals

Updated Financial Assistance for Business

Resources for Farmers

County Re-Opens Meetings To The Public

County Distributes COVID-19 Masks

Community Halls During COVID-19

Community and Social Support During COVID-19

Statement from Reeve Alvin Hubert

Business & Economic Support & Recovery

Council Meetings During COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 Information For Those Without Computers

Mental Health During COVID-19

Update on COVID-19

Home Support Program Suspended

Saddle Hills County Closes Municipal Buildings

New CPREM Website, FB Page Set Up For COVID-19

COVID -19 Information