The barge landing (McLeod’s Hill) and the public docks at the hospital shall be the only entrance points to Moose Factory Island until further notice. All non-residents must continue to stop at the screening checkpoint.
There is one new additional confirmed case of COVID-19 in Moose Factory Island and one in Moosonee for a total of three active cases in both communities with two in Moose Factory Island and one in Moosonee.
Indigenous Services Canada is assisting individuals and families on-reserve by providing temporary COVID-19 funding (Basic Needs) of $300 per month per Income Assistance client retroactively for three months (December 2020 – February 2021).
Statement from Chief Mervin Cheechoo. I have been informed by the Porcupine Health Unit and Weeneebayko Area Health Authority that there are three new confirmed case of COVID-19 in Moose Factory Island and one new confirmed case in Moosonee.