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Episode 4 - FNHSSM 15 minute Health Break with Marsha Simmons
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Episode 3 - Cannibas - Harm ReductionFNHSSM 15 minute Health Break with Marsha Simmons and Dean Parisian
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Episode 2 - Staying Safe During COVID-19 & Harm ReductionFNHSSM 15 minute Health Break with Marsha Simmons and Dean Parisian
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Episode 1 - Harm Reduction with GuestsFNHSSM 15 minute Health Break with Marsha Simmons
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COVID-19 Pandemic Response Coordination Information

CONTACT the PRCT:

covid19@fnhssm.com

MB FIRST NATIONS COVID-19 BULLETIN 14MAY
PRCT- MFN Vaccination Report May 14, 202
PRCT FN Weekly Bulletin May 13, 2021 pg.
PRCT- Tribal Council Report  May 10, 202

PLAY ON YOUR COMMUNITY RADIO STATION FOR COVID-19 INFORMATION SHARING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Take a tour of the new rapid testing site at 445 King St. with Dr. Marcia Anderson. Learn about the process of getting tested and the wrap-around community support you can get here!

Make sure you have the facts about COVID
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COVID-19 / VACCINE INFORMATION

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COVID-19 Information and Resources for First Nations Leaders, Communities, Health Teams and Citizens

Funding Resources for First Nations

Information for First Nations

Updates for First Nations Chiefs and Health Directors

Click on any of the images to print or read in full view and to listen to podcasts

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Learn about herd immunity and how we can protect our children with Makena and Dr. Marcia Anderson.

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Posters in all MB

FN Languages

(click on poster to download)

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Get Vaccinated Poster - Muriel Sinclair
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PRCT PUBLIC HEALTH VIDEOS ON VACCINES for MB First Nations with Dr. Marcia Anderson (part of the Vaccine Task Force in Manitoba and partner of the PRCT.

New Horizons for Seniors Program (calls for proposals should begin in May)

FIRST NATION COMMUNICATION TIPS:

Use messages above and resources below to share with your community:

*Utilize Community Radio - Read messages, Fact Sheets and MB Gov Updates and Canada Updates on COVID-19

*Have Elders Speak on Radio about listening to these messages, have them share stories and knowledge to encourage and help people as they stay at home

*Ask Youth Role Models to talk about messages on Radio, Instagram, Snapchat

*Have printed information packages dropped of at home doors

*Share Mental Health Resource Information to access online and by phone

*Provide opportunities for people to have a line of communication- a phone number, email dedicated to answering COVID-19-related calls and questions.

PRCT COVID-19 CONVERSATIONS

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Audio Resources

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANITOBA FIRST NATIONS ON COVID-19

(Novel Coronavirus)

Key Messages for First Nations Communities

  • Wash your hands very often and thoroughly

  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth

  • For the time being, practice social distancing (2 meters away from others) and avoid touching others

  • Clean and disinfect common surfaces, washrooms, taps, door handles, etc.

  • Try to eat as healthy possible and get good rest

  • If you are feeling cold/flu symptoms, stay home and call your local health care provider or health authority (do not show up at a health clinic and put others health at risk)

  • Consider closing public buildings and areas within community- only keep essential services that are required

  • Update and complete community pandemic planning and inform community so everyone can work on it together.

  • Check on your elders and those who live alone to see if they need any support (grocery shopping, medication fill, etc.)

  • Above all, remain calm, being informed and prepared will help slow the spread and not overburden the health care system so it can properly handle those who get sick and need help the most. 

  • Feeling symptoms? Use the ONLINE SCREENING TOOL to see if you should proceed to the next step. Contact your local Health Care Provider or follow processes provided to you. You may be asked to go to a designated location within your community or other testing sites in MB

MB FN Medical Officer Dr Routledge 9Apr2
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 18, 2020, the Government of Canada announced the COVID-19 Economic Response Plan. This plan includes $305 million for a new, distinctions-based Indigenous Community Support Fund to address immediate needs in First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities. This funding will also provide support to regional, urban and off-reserve Indigenous organizations.

These new funds will flow directly to Indigenous communities and groups across the country and will provide Indigenous leadership with the flexibility needed as they prepare for and react to the spread of COVID-19. These funds could be used for measures including, but not limited to:

  • support for Elders and vulnerable community members

  • measures to address food insecurity

  • educational and other support for children

  • mental health assistance and emergency response services

  • preparedness measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19

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As shown in the map, the Indigenous Community Support Fund will be distributed as follows:

  • $215 million for First Nations: allocated to each First Nation based on population, remoteness and community well-being

  • $45 million for Inuit, which will flow to each of the four land claims organizations through an allocation determined by the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and regional Inuit land claims organizations

  • $30 million for Métis Nation communities, which will flow through each of the Governing Members

  • $15 million for regional and urban Indigenous organizations supporting their members living away from their communities, and to regional organizations such as Friendship Centres and the Métis Settlements General Council of Alberta

Regionally:

Manitoba First Nations will receive $35,974,000

Manitoba First Nations Pandemic Response Team Updates on Facebook 

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