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Two of the cases are people from Outside diagnosed in the Yukon.
If present in those locations, people should self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days
Infant, toddler, preschool groups to self-isolate until Sept. 19
Six more people have tested postive for COVID-19 in the territory
“This is something we’ve expected and that we’re responding to.”
Eight new cases were discovered between Sept. 3 and 8.
The one-page document can be printed off, downloaded or ordered through the mail.
Warning for the flight to Vancouver on Aug. 26 and flight from Vancouver on Aug. 29.
Anyone on Air North flight 4N554 should self-monitor for symptoms until Sept. 12
One resident and staff member caught the virus while in the facility prompting outbreak status
Those staying in the hostels from Aug. 17 to Aug. 27 asked to self-monitor.
Affected residents are being encouraged to limit movement and visits will be put on hold.
“This was Ross River’s largest single-day jump in cases since the outbreak began in June.”
Nine new cases found on Aug. 18
“The more people getting vaccinated, the safer we will be.”
The territory is reporting seven new cases of COVID-19 for Aug. 5.…
Handwashing, avoidance of crowding and masks in communal spaces will continue
Seven new cases were also reported on July 30
The “low risk public notice” for Air Canada flight 8890 was issued on Aug. 1.
The territory has 80 active cases