(Yellowknife, October 15, 2021) On direction of the Chief Public Health Officer, eligibility for booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine is being expanded to additional age groups. The following groups are eligible:
(Yellowknife, October 15, 2021) - NTHSSA would like to inform all residents in Yellowknife that the downtown vaccine records office location inside the Primary Care Centre building will be closed at the end of the day on Friday, October 15th.
(Yellowknife, October 15, 2021) – Stanton Territorial Hospital has received and begun installing a Mobile Health Unit oxygen concentrator.
(October 15, 2021, Inuvik) - As Inuvik sees a developing cluster of COVID-19 cases we are hearing of growing concern in the community and region. Concern is warranted; COVID-19 spreads quickly and is often invisible. This is a time for caution, not panic.
(October 08, 2021, Fort Smith) - As cases are found in communities that have limited experience with COVID-19 we often see an initial wave of concern. Concern is warranted; COVID-19 spreads quickly and is often invisible. This is a time for caution, not panic.
(Yellowknife, October 7, 2021) - Starting Tuesday, October 12th, the COVID testing clinic – located at 108 Archibald street - will be dedicating 9:00AM-11:00AM each day for walk-in appointments.
Note: Amended; 4:22pm on 4-10-21 (address was incorrect, the combined centre is located on 50 street, not 51 street as originally noted)
YELLOWKNIFE (October 1, 2021) - To ensure the continued safeguarding of NWT residents against the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in the territory, the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority (NTHSSA) and Tlicho Community Services Agency (TCSA) , at the direction of
The Yellowknife Primary Care clinic (downtown), Frame Lake Clinic, COVID clinic, COVID vaccination clinic and the walk-in clinic will be closed on September 30th in recognition of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
January 12, 2022 Update: Food hampers are no longer being offered by the NTHSSA for isolation supports. Individuals who need supports while in isolation are encouraged to reach out to family, friends or they can reach out to a number of local NGOs or care groups on social media.