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COVID Stats of February 6th for North Algoma

February 7, 2022 at 9:09 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There are two new in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). February 6, 2022 Current Previous (Feb. 1) Change from previous report evidence of ...

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Ontario Easing Temporary Visiting Restrictions at Long-Term Care Homes

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With key public health and health care indicators continuing to show signs of improvement, the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is cautiously and gradually lifting temporary public health measures at long-term care homes starting February 7, 2022. “Our government responded swiftly to the Omicron variant to protect the health and safety of residents and ...

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L’Ontario assouplit les mesures temporaires sur les visites dans les foyers de soins de longue durée

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Comme les indicateurs clés de la santé publique et des soins de santé continuent de montrer des signes d’amélioration, le gouvernement de l’Ontario, en consultation avec le médecin hygiéniste en chef, lève prudemment et progressivement les mesures temporaires de santé publique dans les foyers de soins de longue durée à compter du 7 février 2022. « Notre gouvernement est intervenu ...

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The WFHT offers care to the LGBQT2 community

Transgender Care At WFHT a trained Nurse Practitioner can provide primary health care, consultations, hormone assessment, treatment planning, puberty suppression, surgery referrals, and supports for transgender, non-binary, two-spirit, gender non-conforming, gender diverse and gender questioning persons. Support for persons and family is provided with the goal to decrease the feeling of gender dysphoria.

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COVID Stats of February 1st for North Algoma

Jan 30, 2022 at 11:36 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There are two new in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). February 1, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community spread ...

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Dear Patients

Dear Patients, Tax time is coming quick.  You may be seeing ads on TV and the internet regarding Disability Tax Credits.  We want you to know that applying through private companies is not in your best interests nor is it necessary.  These companies will take a substantial portion of your credit if you are approved. You MAY qualify if: You ...

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COVID Stats of January 29th for North Algoma

Jan 30, 2022 at 11:36 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There is one new case in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 29th, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community ...

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COVID Stats of January 27th for North Algoma

Jan 28, 2022 at 08:00 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There is one new case in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 27th, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community ...

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WFHT Clinic Update – January 26th

With the ongoing COVID pandemic, and now Omicron, we want to update our patients and community about how the Wawa Family Health Team is operating. We know the uncertainty of the pandemic is causing additional stress for everyone, and we appreciate your patience.   First, we are still open for you! We are trying to limit traffic in and out ...

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COVID Stats of January 26th for North Algoma

Jan 27, 2022 at 08:43 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There is one new case in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 25th, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community ...

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COVID Stats of January 25th for North Algoma

Jan 26, 2022 at 08:43 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There are seven new cases in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 25th, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community ...

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APH – Stats of January 24th

Jan 25, 2022 at 08:00 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There are no new cases in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 24rd, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community ...

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APH – Stats of January 22nd

Jan 22, 2022 at 08:50 Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There are four new cases in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 22nd, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community ...

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APH – Stats of January 21st

Algoma Public Health has changed the way they present statistics of COVID-19. Below are the stats as published on the APH website. There are two new cases in the North Algoma Area (Dubreuilville, Michipicoten First Nation, Missinabie Cree First Nation, Wawa, White River). January 21st, 2022 Current Previous Change from previous report evidence of community spread recent cases Confirmed cases ...

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