New COVID-19 case reported on January 18
Today, Musqueam Indian Band is confirming one new case of COVID-19 on the Musqueam Reserve. The individual notified Musqueam Health last night after receiving results from a test taken earlier in the day. Currently, the confirmed case and their spouse are in isolation and receiving support from Musqueam Administration.
Community Health Recommendations
Starting January 19, Musqueam Council reauthorized the same health recommendations and protocols that were in place earlier this month until at least this Friday, January 22. These recommendations help Musqueam and public health authorities to contact trace and prevent potential spread of the virus, and are aligned with BC’s province-wide COVID-19 restrictions.
Musqueam Reserve Health Recommendations starting January 19, 2021
Residents are recommended to:
As a community, if we recommit to following these recommendations and the provincial health guidelines, we can continue to protect and take care of each other until our community can be vaccinated.
- Security is increased at traffic checkpoints to assist with the stay in place recommendation.
- External contractors and other workers on Musqueam Reserve must pause services until proof of negative COVID-19 test results is provided or the current protocols are lifted. This excludes those hired as essential workers with the health and security departments.
- There are currently no provincial health orders related to students staying home from school. The choice to learn in-class or online remains with parents and guardians.