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Although the latest local COVID-19 data showed we only had three new cases of COVID-19 on the lower Sunshine Coast during the month of October, this does not reflect the reality of the last two weeks during this period, we have seen an increase in 80% cases across Vancouver Coastal Health We are working with Public Health and Vancouver Coastal Health to advocate for more frequent updates of local data, but until that happens, it is safe to assume that we see similar increases in local cases

It is therefore extremely important that we continue to work together to fight COVID-19 in our community by following the new public health orders issued this week., which have been extended until 7 December. Please review new requests and do everything in your power to reduce the risk of transmitting COVID-19 infection; Limit your interactions outside your family as much as possible, avoid congregating indoors and outdoors, and avoid all unnecessary travel. Please note that masks are now mandatory in all indoor public spaces.

Although we are technically part of Vancouver Coastal Health, we are completely separated from the rest of the Lower Mainland both geographically and in terms of COVID-19 infection rate per our previous recommendations, please do not travel outside the coast for anything other than essential work or medical appointments and this now includes travel for outdoor sports, who are expected to remain in our local community for the next two weeks. We have done a great job so far, so let's keep using our position to do our best to profit ourselves by avoiding this phrase if we can!

We are pleased to announce that the salt gargle test is now available for all adults and children over four years of age.. To be able to use the test, you must not eat, to drink, to smoke, to smoke, brush your teeth or chew gum for at least an hour before the test, as these activities will reduce the accuracy of the test, we recommend that you view the instructional video before the test date. If you are not eligible for the salt gargle test, or if the salt gargle test shows traces of food particles, a nasopharyngeal swab will be necessary.

Please follow basic precautions that will help keep infection rates low and limit the impact on hospitals and our health care providers.Please leave at least two meters between you and anyone other than your immediate family each Whenever possible Wear a mask when the spacing cannot be maintained Wash your hands frequently, especially after touching a raised contact surface. Always wash your hands before and after eating, drank or touched your face or mask.

If you develop cold symptoms, flu or COVID-19, please contact the respiratory assessment clinic by phone or send a text message to 604-740-1252, or by e-mail to [email protected] The clinic remains open for seven days. The week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

If you are waiting for the results of the assessment or test, you have to isolate yourself at home, and it is better in a separate place where you can limit contact with other members of your family. It means staying home from work, school and all other activities until you test negative and treat symptoms if the COVID test result -19 positive, you should continue to isolate yourself until you are cleared by public health

If you have more severe symptoms and think you may need to be admitted to the hospital, please go to the emergency department of Seychellet Hospital If you need an ambulance, please call 911 Please remember that the emergency department remains open and safe for anyone with a medical emergency

Please note that the flu shot is still available and recommended for anyone over six months of age. Influenza vaccines are available at local pharmacies and clinics, and our local health units also provide influenza vaccines to families with children under 18 years

Stay healthy, wash your hands, keep your distance or wear a mask, stay local if you can and keep doing whatever you can to keep our community safe!

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News – THAT – Community update 38 from the Sunshine Coast COVID Doctor Task Force
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Sunshine Coast COVID Physician Task Force Community Update 38
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Source: https://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/sunshine-coast-covid-physician-task-force-community-update-38-1.24243349

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