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Welcome to Siksika Health Services’ online space for COVID-19 information. Siksika Health Services, in collaboration with Siksika Nation Administration, and other Nation entities have led a coordinated response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Siksika.

Testing Available for Matapiiks With or Without Symptoms

Health Services working to contain further spread

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COVID Immunization Available at Siksika Health Centre

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August 30th, 9:13 am

Siksika Health Services

Oki matapiiks,

The Siksika Elders Lodge (SEL) continues to take precautions to protect our beloved residents. Here is an update that outlines the current COVID-19 protocols in place for the Siksika Elders Lodge:

For Visitors:

- Visitors are encouraged to book prior to visiting a family member at the Lodge. Call 403-734-5721 to book a visit.
- Masks will be required in all indoor common areas; masks can be removed in private rooms if the resident prefers.*
-*If a visitor is not fully vaccinated, masks must be worn at all times in all areas of the building, including private rooms.

Operations:

- All staff, students, volunteers, and service providers must continue to wear a mask in all areas of SEL.
- Continued enhanced cleaning and sanitization processes will be followed.
- Everyone entering the SEL building will go through health assessment screening.
- Temperature checks will remain in place at this time.
- Continued bi-weekly testing for all SEL staff & residents.

These policies and standards are put in place to protect the staff and residents of Siksika Elder's Lodge. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic response, Siksika Nation has continuously maintained stricter recommendations than Alberta because we have a higher risk of severe consequences in Siksika due to living circumstances, overcrowding, and the high prevalence of chronic conditions.

For more information please call the SEL Main Reception @ 403-734-5721.

#SiksikaCares #SiksikaStrong
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Oki matapiiks, 

The Siksika Elders Lodge (SEL) continues to take precautions to protect our beloved residents. Here is an update that outlines the current COVID-19 protocols in place for the Siksika Elders Lodge: 

For Visitors: 

- Visitors are encouraged to book prior to visiting a family member at the Lodge. Call 403-734-5721 to book a visit. 
- Masks will be required in all indoor common areas; masks can be removed in private rooms if the resident prefers.* 
  -*If a visitor is not fully vaccinated, masks must be worn at all times in all areas of the building, including private rooms. 

Operations: 

- All staff, students, volunteers, and service providers must continue to wear a mask in all areas of SEL. 
- Continued enhanced cleaning and sanitization processes will be followed. 
- Everyone entering the SEL building will go through health assessment screening. 
- Temperature checks will remain in place at this time. 
- Continued bi-weekly testing for all SEL staff & residents. 

These policies and standards are put in place to protect the staff and residents of Siksika Elders Lodge. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic response, Siksika Nation has continuously maintained stricter recommendations than Alberta because we have a higher risk of severe consequences in Siksika due to living circumstances, overcrowding, and the high prevalence of chronic conditions. 

For more information please call the SEL Main Reception @ 403-734-5721. 

#SiksikaCares #SiksikaStrong