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COVID-19 Pandemic Resources

Reliable Information & Help

The Saskatchewan COVID Website or Canada's COVID website are the best palces to obtain up to the minute, accurate information about COVID and vaccinations. 

HealthLine is a great resource to access by calling 811, or 1-877-800-0002. When you call 811, a licensed healthcare professional will give you options and information to help you with health or mental health and addictions-related questions or concerns. You will be able to discuss your concerns in a safe, caring, and confidential manner.

Local Resources
City: sign up for the Voyent Alert communication system. Use our COVID-19 Helpline tool to help you find information and resources.

Vaccinations: Physicians of Meadow Lake Facebook page for up to date information on SHA Vaccination Clinics. Vaccines are also available through the local pharmacies. 

Family Pandemic Manual: A copy of the pandemic manuals that were delivered to residents in April is available here.

Community Survey Results: The results of the COVID-19 Community Impact survey conducted early April are available here.

City Pandemic Response Plan: **Note this document is subject to change as we learn more about the pandemic virus. Response Plan 
Please support local businesses during this time. For information on local businesses check out the Meadow Lake Chamber of Commerce Facebook page.
Mental Health Resources

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is limiting in-person appointments for non-emergent concerns, including mental health and addictions services. Staff are providing services through telephone and other online methods.

If someone has a concern, in Meadow Lake they can contact the Mental Health outpatient services at 306-236-1580. Individuals can also access services for urgent/emergent issue at an Emergency Department. The intake number is also posted on the door at the Mental Health office in Meadow Lake.

Mental Health staff in Meadow Lake are in regular contact with community agencies and partners, and Community Mental Health Nurses continue to do home visits and follow-up in the community. This includes work with vulnerable populations.

Individuals can also contact HealthLine 811, where people can speak with a Mental Health worker.

Online mental health resources are available through the Wellness Together Canada website and

Self Assessment Tool

The federal government has published a self-assessment tool and symptom tracking app, available here. You can use the tool in a web browser, or download the free app.  

Additional Resources

For non-health related questions about COVID-19, residents are encouraged to call the provincial inquiries line at 1-855-559-5502. This line is staffed from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day with operators who will be able to answer questions or direct people to information about government services, travel restrictions, and other general information related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is intended to help free up the 811 Healthline for health specific questions.  

The most current version of the Reopen Saskatchewan Plan is available at this link
The provincial government has published a list of critical, allowable and non-allowable businesses. Effective March 26, non-allowable businesses must close any public-facing operations. More information is available at the news bulletin here
Scams related to COVID-19 are on the rise. For information about current scams, view this bulletin from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre

A self-assessment tool to determine whether or not you should be tested for COVID-19 is available here
SaskWater has provided an update here advising that water and sewage treatment processes will continue and there is no impact to these services at this time. 
Service Canada has information here about the process for making EI claims if you are in quarantine due to the virus. They also have a dedicated toll-free number for these claims at 1-833-381-2725. 
Health Canada has a wide variety of information available regarding what is currently known about the virus, best practices for prevention, and current cases in Canada. 
Information about the Federal Government's stimulus package to assist those impacted by COVID-19 is available here.
Join the Meadow Lake & Community Social Distancing Resources Facebook group to find and share ideas and resources with one another.  
A chart showing the difference in symptoms between COVID-19, a cold and the flu is available from Alberta Health Services here
This bulletin includes recommendations for protecting vacant properties.