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Aanii Kina Gwaya,

Due to the recent COVID outbreak that has hit our Mina Mskiiki Gumik and understaffing, we are back logged with telephone calls. Please remain patient as our team returns each call.
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Community Health will be using the White Travel Trailer on October 21 and 28 for the tribal elders and employees!
As a reminder, there are two forms according to age groups.  In order to expedite the process, please complete only the highlighted areas on the correct form according to your age.
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We apologize for the abrupt ending to this morning’s Townhall zoom meeting. We had technical difficulties due to an internet outage.
We will look to reschedule Natural Resources Katherine Skubik’s Whitefish & Cisco presentation for next month.
Miigwech and again we apologize for abrupt ending to this mornings Townhall.
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Due to an outbreak of COVID within the Health Department, services must be limited at this time in order to protect our clients and our employees. 
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As the 2021 Home Grown season winds down, the need to plan the next season is upon us. If you would please take a moment to fill out the survey below, it would help us greatly in planning the 2022 season. The survey should take no more than 4 minutes to complete. We greatly appreciate your time.
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The staff in Community Health are very excited as we are ready to launch our very own DPP (Diabetes Prevention Program) as part of our Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country grant award.  We are looking for our first class and we will only be accepting 12 participants.  Due to COVID, this class will be offered as a VIRTUAL program using Zoom. 
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Due to the rise in cases within our region and COVID-19 activity within our government operations, we are making some changes and moving from Phase 4 to Phase 3.5 effective today September 28, 2021.  Attached please find a copy of Phase 3.5 for your review.  Please be advised that Phase 3.5 has some significant changes to our safety protocols for government operations.
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