YELLOWKNIFE (October 26, 2021) - The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority (NTHSSA) has launched DetectNWT, a new community-based COVID-19 screening program.
(October 21, 2021, Yellowknife) – NTHSSA is strongly urging those who are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or have recently given birth, to get both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible.
YELLOWKNIFE (October 21, 2021) – As local businesses, employers, and organizations start to require vaccine proof for access to services the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority (NTHSSA) is seeing an increase in requests for vaccine exemptions.
(Yellowknife, October 21, 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 now eligible:
(Yellowknife, October 21, 2021) – The NTHSSA is informing the public that the Yellowknife Public health Unit will be operating at reduced services from October 21-November 5, 2021 to facilitate the seasonal flu vaccine clinics alongside COVID vaccine clinics at the Centre Square
(Yellowknife, October 20, 2021) – As we see an increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, Stanton Territorial Hospital (STH) has had to make the difficult decision of reducing visitation access at our sites.
(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.