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The Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) is changing self-isolation requirements for all Northwest Territories' residents, starting today at 5:00 p.m. NWT residents, non-resident essential service workers and other travellers with exemptions who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to self-isolate upon entry to the NWT. Everyone is still required to submit a Self-isolation People are encouraged to enjoy travel for many purposes while taking precautions. NWT residents and non-residents with an exemption must follow self-isolation requirements. Make sure to bring appropriate documentation to prove you are a resident of the NWT. You will need this at the border when you return. Check to see where the COVID-19 hotspots are in Canada to make informe

Complete a Worker's Self-Isolation Plan. Have their employer apply for Permission to Work during the 14 day self-isolation period; Approval by the Chief Public Health Officer is required. Employees should work with their employers to complete this process through Protect NWT. Exempted non-resident workers remain the sam Self-isolation requirements for Northwest Territories residents and others have now been eased. That's according to a news release Monday afternoon from N.W.T. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Kami. Self-isolation plans will be required for contact tracing and rapid response preparation, the plan says. No restrictions by fall, plan projects All restrictions could be lifted by mid to late fall

The Northwest Territories announced on Thursday that the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer will consider self-isolation exemptions for people travelling to and from Nunavut Completing and submitting the self-isolation plan is mandatory and can be enforced by peace officers. People who break the new order can face a $10,000 fine and six months imprisonment

Self-isolation rule for vaccinated residents, others

Under the plan, visitors can self-isolate on-site at a remote tourism location, instead of in one of the territory's isolation hubs.. Visitors must submit a self-isolation plan for approval by the. Self-isolation. Employees will be required to self-isolate for 14 days upon their return if they travel outside the NWT. Employees will need to have a Self-Isolation Plan approved by ProtectNWT. Employees will also need to consider where they will self-isolate Travellers arriving from the Yukon, whether or not they are NWT residents, will still need to submit a self-isolation plan and request an exemption through Protect NWT. They must received an approved exemption letter from Dr Kandola's office before the exemption takes effect According to a self-isolation plan the man eventually did file, he began walking across Canada on April 8 and his trip to the NWT was the second leg after walking from Dawson City, Yukon to Fort Nelson. He said he had been camping along the Trans Canada Trail and had not been in contact with anyone save for RCMP officers

Types of isolation GNWT's Response to COVID-1

  1. Returnees must submit self-isolation plans to the Department of Health and Social Services (HSS) which can be sent to protectNWT@gov.nt.ca or by phoning 1-833-378-8297. Returnees can only isolate in Yellowknife, Hay River, Fort Smith or Inuvik, where the NWT's health care assets are most robust
  2. That's only due to happen once the NWT has 75-percent full vaccination, according to the new Emerging Wisely. Kandola expects that target to be met in late summer or early fall. All travellers will still be required to submit a self-isolation plan for contract tracing purposes, should there be future cases of Covid-19 in the territory
  3. Self-isolation plans must be submitted within 24 hours of this notice or arrival. This can be done online or by contacting Protect NWT at 8-1-1 or 1-833-378-8297. Anyone who has arrived from any of these communities must self-isolate where they are staying for 14 days since arrival, or until they depart the Northwest Territories
  4. Self-isolation rule for vaccinated residents, others lifted: CPHO. As vaccination rates rise in the NWT and across Canada, we'll continue to see case counts drop and restrictions eased, said chief public health officer Dr. Kami Kandola, on June 21, announcing the lifting of self-isolation rules for fully vaccinated residents and others
  5. All those returning to the NWT must submit a self-isolation plan prior to their return and self-isolate when they arrive in one of the four hubs - Fort Smith, Hay River, Inuvik, Yellowknife - are covered for returning students and their dependents

GNWT eases self-isolation requirements in the NWT

Canada meets one of two targets for NWT isolation to loosen. Published: June 14, 2021 at 3:27pm Sarah Pruys. June 14, 2021. Fully vaccinated NWT residents are a step closer to life without isolation after travel outside the territory. New figures show at least 67 percent of Canada's adult population is now partially vaccinated against Covid-19 Persons who have shared accommodations with persons who have traveled from Arviat, Rankin Inlet, and Sanikiluaq within the last 14 days must also self-isolate and submit a self-isolation plan to Protect NWT by 4pm MST on Tuesday November 17, 2020. This can be done online or by contacting Protect NWT at 8-1-1 or 1-833-378-8297 Crossing into the Northwest Territories (N.W.T.) looks a little different this year during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the exception of supply chain and essential workers, travellers and residents must submit a self-isolation plan to the territorial government. The busiest checkstop is known as the 60th parallel, at the border of N.W.T. and.

All NWT students returning to the territory must submit a Resident Self-Isolation Plan prior to their return and self-isolate when they arrive. In their isolation plan, students will be able to identify if they require accommodation in an isolation centre On July 3, another non-NWT resident was fined for travelling in the territory without an exemption after entering on foot at an unauthorized entry point. (Where is not clear.) On July 6, an NWT resident was fined for failing to submit a self-isolation plan after returning to the territory from Alberta It is recommended these travellers have this available before applying to travel to the NWT, along with their Self-Isolation Plan, the release added. Premier of the Northwest Territories, Caroline Cochrane, said the territories' self-isolation requirements have been one of the pillars of our COVID-19 pandemic response The NWT border will open to leisure travel leisure travel will be permitted into NWT and all travels entering the NWT will follow the same self isolation requirements as our NWT residents Finally, an emerging Wisely 2021, all public health restrictions could be lifted by mid to late fall user that they received a response to their self-isolation plan submission and have confirmed that any arrangements needed are in place with Protect NWT. 4. Return to home community after staying at a self-isolation centre Protect NWT is now arranging all service user's return tickets home from th

Northwest Territories changes self-isolation requirements

NWT residents still planning travel to Yukon will be required to self-isolate upon return. Fully vaccinated individuals and household members are eligible for shortened self-isolation but are still required to complete a 14-day self-isolation plan. The OCPHO is currently reaching out to those who have recently returned to the NWT from Yukon. NWT residents returning to the territory should be prepared with a completed self-isolation plan (SIP), but can have 24 hours to submit their plan to ProtectNWT. Self-isolation remains a requirement for everyone entering the NWT, as the territory's main risk of COVID-19 is through travel, said chief public health officer Dr. Kami Kandola Under the plan, visitors can self-isolate on-site at a remote tourism location, instead of in one of the territory's isolation hubs. Visitors must submit a self-isolation plan for approval by the.

Yukoners will be exempt from self-isolation requirements when entering the Northwest Territories, the territory's chief public health officer (CPHO) announced on June 2. Travellers from the Yukon — including N.W.T. residents — must submit a self-isolation plan and exemption request through ProtectNWT For most N.W.T. residents, that means two weeks after their second does of the Moderna vaccine. If you're fully vaccinated, you will still need to file a self-isolation plan with the territory and self-isolate for at least eight days after arriving back to N.W.T. On day eight, you can take a COVID-19 test

Protect NWT breaches isolators' privacy, again

COVID-19 Isolation Plan Form. If you are attending UNB this term (online or in-person) you MUST complete the following COVID-19 Self-Isolation Plan Form to assess if you are coming/returning to New Brunswick, and whether or not you require a self-isolation plan. If you do not require a self-isolation period, the form will ask a few questions. Instructions regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) for travellers returning to Canada with no symptoms: self-isolate, monitor your health, if you experience symptoms, preventative measures, and telephone numbers and websites for Public Health Authorities

NWT orders immediate isolation for recent Kivalliq

Travel requirements GNWT's Response to COVID-1

If you are a non-resident, you must complete a self-isolation plan and have it approved before travelling to the territory. You must also submit an online symptom check form on the second, sixth. self-isolation plan if required. Medical travellers are required to bring a printed copy of their self-isolation plan with them on their medical travel trip. Protect NWT staff at the Yellowknife airport will review the self-isolation plan before allowing medical travellers to carry on to the location where they will isolate for 14-days For General Questions about COVID-19, contact covid@gov.nt.ca. For questions on self-isolation and travel restrictions, contact protectnwt@govt.nt.ca or call 1-833-378-8297. If you are struggling through this time of uncertainty, the GNWT has supports in place for you through the Employee Family Assistance Program.For immediate and confidential assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, call 1.

Updates to Self-Isolation Protocols Effective Immediately

N.W.T. eases self-isolation requirements Monday CBC New

YELLOWKNIFE — All COVID-19 public health restrictions could be lifted by the fall under a reopening plan released by the Northwest Territories. The plan sets specific targets, not dates, for . . Things you can do while in quarantine (self-isolation) While keeping a physical distance of 2 metres from others, you can: greet with a wave instead of a handshake, a kiss or a hug; ask family, a neighbour or friend to help with essential errands (e.g., picking up prescriptions, buying groceries Support for Travellers Self-Isolation Plan PRIMARY CONTACT INFORMATION Collection Notice Your personal information as well as those of your household is collected by the Ministry of Health under the authority of sections 26(a), (c), (e) and s. 27(1)(a)(iii) of th Self-isolation is used to lower the chance of spreading the illness to other people. When you are exposed to an illness, there is the time between exposure and when you start to feel sick. This is called an incubation period. There is a small chance you can spread germs in the days before you feel sick Some provinces and territories have their own entry restrictions in place for travellers coming to Canada from another country. They may be stricter than federal quarantine requirements. Check and follow both the federal and any provincial or territorial restrictions and requirements before traveling. Find out if you can enter Canada

COVID-19 is a serious health threat, and the situation is evolving daily. The risk will vary between and within communities, but given the increasing number of cases in Canada, the risk to Canadians is considered high. This does not mean that all Canadians will get the disease Current state: The Northwest Territories government moved into the second phase of its reopening plan on June 12. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Kami Kandola recommended the territory move into. Your Plan Register your isolation plan Next Steps Safe Travel and Quarantine Guide Self-Isolation Information Sessions Travelling to Canada and Self-Isolation Plan FAQs Algonquin's first priority is the health and safety of our students. We are also obligated to follow the regulations and recommendations of various authorities, including the Government of Canada, provincial and local [ The Plan to Protect Indigenous Elders Living Under the Northern Lights such as mandatory self-isolation for 14 days and border checkpoints. Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories remain. Under the plan, operators are required to submit a remote tourism operators COVID-19 operations plan to the office of the chief public health officer, according to an April 21 news release issued by the government of the Northwest Territories. Out-of-territory tourists would spend the regular period of self-isolation required by the.

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14-day self-isolation for admitted travellers to Nova Scotia. Rotational workers may enter modified self-isolation following a negative COVID-19 test, excluding workers coming from an identified outbreak zone, who must follow full 14-day self-isolation. As of May 10, prohibition on non-essential travel into Nova Scotia N.W.T. readies for Canadian wilderness tourists, as more flexible self-isolation rules kick in. A base camp in the Mackenzie Mountains, used by Harold Grinde, the owner of Gana River Outfitters. Grinde says the location is a trade secret. (Submitted by Harold Grinde - image credit) After COVID-19 virtually wiped away his season last year. Travellers from Yukon entering the Northwest Territories will soon be offered exemptions from self-isolation requirements. The change will come into effect at the start of ferry operations on the Dempster Highway, the N.W.T. government says in a news release Wednesday. Julie Green, N.W.T.'s minister of Health and Social Services says it's an appropriate time to offer this exemption, with. Travel and COVID-19. Travel restrictions for non-essential travel in B.C. are in place until May 25 to stop the spread of COVID-19 and variants of concern. Fines can be given to people who leave their region for non-essential travel. Stay local and stay in your community Isolation means staying at home when you have a symptom of COVID-19 and it is possible that you have been exposed to the virus. By avoiding contact with other people, you help prevent the spread of disease to others in your home and your community

Fifth Covid-19 case confirmed in Northwest Territories

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We are now offering exemption from self-isolation requirements for travellers from the #Yukon who are arriving or plan to arrive in the #NWT. Read the full release. An officer conducts a roadside check just outside of Enterprise, N.W.T. on Highway 1. Almost all visitors to Canada's Northwest Territories must self-isolate in designated centres for 14 days The Northwest Territories' chief public health officer has confirmed the territory's first case of COVID-19. Individuals will be required to complete a self-isolation plan, according to.

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to work during their self-isolation (work-isolate) to attend a wake/funeral/burial during their self-isolation. for co-parenting. to visit someone at end of life during their self-isolation. to study (students) to attend a court appearance. Tested upon entry and on day Effective April 22 at 10 pm, the requirement for a second COVID-19 test must now be completed on the eighth day after entering Canada (changed from 10 days after arrival). Learn more about Canada's additional restrictions on international travel. Travellers must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test result (via either paper or electronic.

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COVID-19 Leave Requirements for Travel Outside the NWT My H

In April, the Northwest Territories announced a $5-million relief package to create temporary housing so those with vulnerable or precarious housing situations could have a place to stay during the pandemic. The funds were directed toward emergency self-isolation programs in Yellowknife as well as 130 self-isolation units in other NWT communities Our job was to track all passengers coming into the Northwest Territories through the Yellowknife Airport from out of Territory. Incoming passengers were instructed on current Territorial self-isolation and federal quarantine regulations, they were tracked through a pre-approved Self-Isolation Plan (SIP), and were assisted to an isolation. Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) The CRB provides $500 ($450 after taxes withheld) per week for up to 38 weeks for workers who: are not employed or self-employed for reasons related to COVID-19 or have had their income reduced by at least 50% due to COVID-1 Shortened self-isolation: As of June 17, there is a shortened self-isolation period of 8 days for domestic (within Canada) travellers, subject to a negative COVID-19 test on day 8.International travellers (those who have been outside Canada in the 14 days prior to entry to PEI) must self-isolate for 14 days, unless exempt from federal quarantine Self-isolation rules and other restrictions often do not apply to essential workers, such as truckers. Not all services will resume in all areas at the start of each reopening phase. Canad

NWT to allow people entering from Yukon to skip isolatio

Stage 3 of the Open for Summer Plan. Alberta's Open for Summer Plan safely eased restrictions in 3 stages as vaccination targets were reached and hospitalizations declined.. Alberta entered Stage 3 on July 1. All public health measures have now been lifted except for isolation/quarantine requirements and masking requirements in health care settings and public transit

Remote tourism operators to host guests - Arctic JournalGNWT eases self-isolation requirements in the NWT

Hotel accommodations are only available in Hay River and Fort Providence, and then of course in Yellowknife. The Covid 19 restrictions would also make it impossible for you to stop anywhere public, like a hotel, overnight; you would be expected to drive straight to your self-isolation location and stay there for 2 weeks The Government of NWT and Yukon have travel restrictions in effect that may impact or prevent you from travelling into Ivvavik National Park. For details on entry into the territories, including restrictions and mandatory self-isolation for residents, visit Apply online. Before you submit an application for an alternative self-isolation plan, review our requirements for self-isolation. If you are arriving in Yukon after travelling outside Canada, you must follow Government of Canada quarantine regulations. If you have already reviewed the lists of critical and essential services in Yukon but are. Mandatory 14-day self-isolation for all admitted travellers prior to boarding a plane to Nunavut, except for those travelling directly from Churchill, Manitoba and Northwest Territories; mandatory isolation must occur in government designated sites in Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa or Yellowknife