Important Notice
COVID-19 Updates Click Here | For Phone Updates Call 1 855 627 5365
 

Important Notice

COVID-19 Updates Click Here | For Phone Updates Call 1 855 627 5365

Current Status: Active

COVID-19 Update
April 8, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and providing daily updates.
 
The NEW phone number for the Pincher Creek Food Bank is 403-632-6716.
 
All Albertans (adults and children) are asked to practice physical distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
 
Please stay at home this Easter long weekend
Recommendations to help prevent the spread on COVID-19 over the Easter weekend

 
For more information on how to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 visit: https://www.alberta.ca/prevent-the-spread.aspx
 
Continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. Please ensure you are receiving your information from trusted sources. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the current rules, you can submit a complaint to AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/


COVID-19 Update
April 7, 2020 17:00
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and providing daily updates.
 
All Albertans (adults and children) are asked to practice physical distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
 
To protect yourself and others:
 
 
Events with more than 15 attendees are cancelled, this includes large sporting events, conferences and community events, as well as worship gatherings and family events.
 
Chief Medical Officer of Health announced that effective immediately, no visitors will be permitted to visit residents in Long-term Care, Supportive Living, Congregate Living and Hospice Care Settings in Alberta. Likewise, AHS is restricting all visitors to AHS Acute Care (hospital) facilities.
 
Medical masks and respirators must be kept for health-care workers and others providing direct care to COVID-19 patients. Those who choose to wear a non-medical face mask should:
 
 
Continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. Please ensure you are receiving your information from trusted sources. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the current rules, you can submit a complaint to AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 
COVID-19 Update
April 3, 2020 17:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues to actively monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and provide daily updates.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/
Self-Isolate Immediately, if you:
Wash your hands or clean them with hand sanitizer often

Practice Physical Distancing - Keep at least 2 metres (about the length of a hockey stick) between you and others. If you are too close to someone who coughs or sneezes, you risk breathing in tiny droplets that could contain the COVID-19 virus.

Please ensure you are adhering to these guidelines in all public locations in order to keep our community safe.  In particular, close contact visiting is not appropriate at the Post Office during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
We are gathering information from our community on child care needs for those working in essential services. Please encourage your friends and family to complete the following survey if they are working as an essential employee in Pincher Creek.
Link to survey: https://conta.cc/39BIQR2
 
For travel related advice or more information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx
 
If you know of a friend or neighbor that may not have access to the internet and therefor may not have up to date information on this situation, please refer them to the COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area. The number is toll free 1 855 627 5365.
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the current rules, you can submit a complaint using the following link to AHS. https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of our entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19//


COVID-19 Update
April 2, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues to actively monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and provide daily updates.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/

We are gathering information from our community on child care needs for those working in essential services. Please encourage your friends and family to complete the following survey if they are working as an essential employee in Pincher Creek.
Link to survey: https://conta.cc/39BIQR2
 
For travel related advice or information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx
 
If you know of a friend or neighbor that may not have access to the internet and therefor may not have up to date information on this situation, please refer them to the COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area. The number is toll free 1 855 627 5365.
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the current rules, you can submit a complaint using the following link to AHS. https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of our entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19//
 


COVID-19 Update
April 1, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues to actively monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and provide daily updates.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/
Yesterday, March 31 we experienced a cellular network disruption.  If you or your family need to call 911 or call for other assistance when a cellular network is unavailable, please have a plan to access a landline.  

- Do you have a landline in your house?  
- Do your neighbours have a landline?
- Do your family members know how to dial 911 from a landline?

The Pincher Creek Co-op is open for high risk and senior shopping Tuesday from 7 to 8 a.m.  Walmart is accessible for high risk and seniors Monday to Friday from 7 to 8 a.m.

For travel related advice or information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx
 
If you know of a friend or neighbor that may not have access to the internet and therefor may not have up to date information on this situation, please refer them to the COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area. The number is toll free 1 855 627 5365.
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the current rules, you can submit a complaint using the following link to AHS. https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of our entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19//
 


COVID-19 Update
March 31, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and providing daily updates.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/
 
Crowsnest/Pincher Creek Landfill Association hours remain the same, but the office doors are closed to the public. At present time they are not accepting cardboard for recycling due reduced staff.
For travel related advice or information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx
 
All Parks Canada facilities are temporarily closed, all visitor services and all motor vehicle access by visitors are suspended until further notice. This includes Waterton Lakes National Park. For complete information visit https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/waterton/visit/covid-19-info
 
If you know of a friend or neighbor that may not have access to the internet and therefor may not have up to date information on this situation, please refer them to the COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area. The number is toll free 1 855 627 5365.
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the current rules, you can submit a complaint to AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 


COVID-19 Update

March 30, 2020 17:00


Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.


For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/



Mandatory self-isolation

Travellers and close contacts of confirmed cases

You are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days if you:

returned from travel outside of Canada after March 12, or

are a close contact of a person who tested positive for COVID-19 (provides care, lives with or has close physical contact, or comes into direct contact with infectious body fluids)


If you become sick during this time, you must self-isolate for an additional 10 days from the beginning of symptoms or until you are feeling well, whichever takes longer.


Albertans with symptoms

You are legally required to self-isolate for a minimum of 10 days if you have a cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, or sore throat that is not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition. You must follow these requirements regardless of whether you have been tested for COVID-19.
 

Self-isolation period is for 10 days from the start of symptoms, or until symptoms resolve, whichever takes longer.
 

Albertans who test positive for COVID-19

You are legally required to self-isolate for a minimum of 10 days if you have tested positive for COVID-19.
Self-isolation period is for 10 days from the start of symptoms, or until symptoms resolve, whichever takes longer.

 


How to self-isolate 


If you need to self-isolate, follow these steps:

Stay home – do not leave your home or attend work, school, social events or any other public gatherings.

Avoid close contact with other people, including household members but especially seniors and people with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.

Don’t take public transportation like buses, taxis or ride-sharing, where possible.

Watch for symptoms in yourself or a family member.


If you are in mandatory self-isolation:

Do not go outside for a walk through your neighbourhood or park. This includes children in mandatory self-isolation.

You can get fresh air in your backyard, if you have one, but you must remain on private property not accessible by others.

If you live in an apartment building or highrise, you must stay inside and cannot use the elevators or stairwells to go outside. If your balcony is private and at least 2 metres away from your closest neighbour's, you may go outside on the balcony.
 

This directive is consistent with the new federal requirements under the Quarantine Act.


For additional information on self-isolating please go to https://www.alberta.ca/self-isolation.aspx


If you have concerns about your health:

take the COVID-19 self-assessment

call Health Link 811 for further instructions if directed by the self-assessment tool

do not go to an ER or the associate clinic – if you need immediate medical attention, call 911 and inform them you may have COVID-19


Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr.  Hinshaw recommended in the video update on COVID-19 on March 30 at 4:30 p.m. that Albertans not go to seasonal remote homes or cottages to self-isolate as access to resources may be limited.  


For further travel related advice or information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx


For assistance please use the local COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area at, toll free 1 855 627 5365. This allows PCREMO members to actively monitor the needs of our community.
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/
 



COVID-19 Update
March 29, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
At this time, there have been no major updates today.

For assistance please use the local COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area at, toll free 1 855 627 5365. This allows PCREMO members to actively monitor the needs of our community.
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/
 
 
 



COVID-19 Update
March 28, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/
 
Complete updates for businesses on restrictions and changes can be found at: https://www.alberta.ca/restrictions-on-gatherings-and-businesses.aspx
 
Reminder:
 
You are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days if you:

For further travel related advice or information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx
 
While PCREMO appreciate the efforts of all the organizations that are offering to assist during this stressful time, please continue to use the COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek and area at, toll free 1 855 627 5365. This allows PCREMO members to actively know of the needs of the community.
 
If you feel a group or business is not abiding by the new rules, you can submit a complaint to AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 


COVID-19 Update
March 28, 2020 10:00 am

Alberta Government list of Essential Services: click here

COVID-19 Update
March 27, 2020 17:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/
 
Today the Government of Alberta announced the following changes:
 
No gatherings with more than 15 people are allowed, including:
Cancel gatherings with fewer than 15 people if the event:
 
If you violate this public health order and proceed to hold an event with more than 15 attendees, you may be subject to a fine.
 
All dine-in services are prohibited. Take-out, delivery and drive-through service is still permitted.
 
Albertans are prohibited from accessing retail, clothing and gaming stores, including book stores, hobby stores and antique stores. These businesses may choose to offer online shopping and curb-side pick-up. Albertans are prohibited from attending all public recreation facilities and private entertainment facilities. Albertans are prohibited from accessing close contact personal services, including personal services facilities, cosmetic enhancement services, wellness studios and clinics, non-emergency and non-critical health services.
 
Vehicle access to all Federal Parks, Provincial Parks and Public lands is now restricted.  
 
Complete update for businesses on restrictions and changes: https://www.alberta.ca/restrictions-on-gatherings-and-businesses.aspx
 
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) social services support for COVID-19. Please see bit.ly/FCSSPincherSocialServicesFund for forms and criteria. Or call FCSS directly at 403 627-3156, or email fcss@pinchercreek.ca
You are legally required to self-isolate for 14 days if you:
For further travel related advice or information on self-isolation, please refer to the Alberta Health Website: https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx
 
The COVID-19 call in line for the Pincher Creek area is toll free 1 855 627 5365
 
You can submit a complaint to an AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/
 
COVID-19 Update
March 26, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/ 

Residents who are interested in assisting as a volunteer in our community can register online by going to bit.ly/PincherCreekVolunteers All volunteers will be required to adhere to all Alberta Health Services recommendations and follow protocols that will be in place for each position.
Parks Canada facilities and services have been suspended, motor vehicle access by visitors is suspended until further notice in Waterton Lakes National Park.

The local Pincher Creek COVID-19 call in line is toll free 1 855 627 5365, to connect to this number you must use 1 855 followed by 627 5365.
 
You can submit a complaint to an AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/  

Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/



COVID-19 Update
March 25, 2020 16:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
For current numbers in Alberta visit the COVID19 page for geospatial numbers: https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/ 
We also want to remind residents not to flush any wipes or paper towels. Industrial wastewater systems, as well as septic fields, are not equipped to handle this material as they do not break down, causing clogs in pipes and putting a strain on infrastructure. Many commercial wipes labeled as “flushable” may go down the toilet and drain fine, but hit a bend in the system and can cause major substructure damage.
 
Please continue to follow recommended practices and behaviors for the mutual benefit of the entire community. For the latest information for Albertans on COVID-19, including updates on government actions, visit alberta.ca/covid19/
 
The COVID-19 call in line is toll free 1 855 627 5365.
 
You can submit a complaint to an AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/  
 
COVID-19 Update
March 24, 2020
4:30 p.m.
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Municipal District of Pincher Creek, the Town of Pincher Creek and the Village of Cowley offices are now closed to walk-in traffic.  Residents should have confidence that your elected leaders, administration and teams are doing their best to keep all our municipal operations running smoothly and safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please use municipal websites, email addresses and phone numbers to contact municipal staff during this time.

Pincher Creek Emergency Services (PCES) has closed their office to walk-ins. Non-emergent PCES services such as fire permits can be arranged via phone.

All playgrounds in the MD of Pincher Creek, the Town of Pincher Creek and the Village of Cowley are now closed to the public.  Community members are encouraged to get outside and be active while following all social distancing recommendations.
 
You can submit a complaint to Alberta Health Service through the following link: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/  
 
 
PCREMO encourages all residents to use www.alberta.ca/covid19 to stay up to date with all recommendations from Alberta Health Services. 


Contact Phone Numbers:
MD of Pincher Creek 403 627 3130
Town of Pincher Creek 403 627 3156
Village of Cowley 403 628 3808
Pincher Creek Emergency Services Office 403 627 5333
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management 1 855 627 5365
 



COVID-19 Update
March 23, 2020 19:30
 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Adjustments were made today by Alberta Health Services including changes to self-isolation, they are as follows:
 
Who should self-isolate
You must self-isolate for 14 days if you:

 
If you become sick, you must self-isolate from all other members of your household for 10 days from the beginning of symptoms or until you are feeling well, whichever takes longer.
 
How to self-isolate:
 
If you need to self-isolate, follow these guidelines:
If you have any symptoms, including a dry cough, fever, difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, runny nose, nasal congestion or a sore throat:
 
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, all playgrounds are currently CLOSED to the public. We are unable to verify sanitation due to playground equipment not being frequently disinfected.
Continued use of playground equipment is in conflict with social distancing practices that are currently being recommended by the Province of Alberta and therefore considered unsafe for children and may result in further propagating the COVID-19 virus. Signage and temporary fencing will be installed.
Community members are still encouraged to get outside and be active, use nearby paths and greenspaces, but ensure you stay least two metres away from other people. If a path or greenspace is busy, please move to a different area. In an effort to maintain the cleanliness of our community, garbage bins will remain available. We encourage the public to use proper hand hygiene when touching these surfaces.
 
Pincher Creek Town Office is now closed to public walk-ins. Please call 403 627 3156, use the citizen request www.PincherCreek.ca/request or email reception@pinchercreek.ca
 
If you are concerned an establishment is not following the orders under the State of Public Health Emergency, such as:
 
You can submit a complaint to an AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.  Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/  

COVID-19 Update
March 23, 2020 10:00AM
 
Cases of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, have been identified in Alberta and the South Zone. Currently, at this point, there are no confirmed cases in Pincher Creek and area. PCREMO is monitoring the situation very closely.
 
For those who do not have access to the internet and social media, updates are available via telephone by calling 1 855 627 5365. Please share this phone number with anyone you may know that doesn't have access to the internet and social media. 
 
The most critical measures that Albertans can take to prevent respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, is to practice good hygiene and social distancing. This includes cleaning your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, avoiding touching your face, coughing or sneezing into your elbow or sleeve, disposing of tissues appropriately, and staying home and away from others if you are sick. 
 
For recommendations on protecting yourself and your community, visit www.alberta.ca/COVID19 


COVID-19 Update 
March 22, 2020
11:00 a.m.

Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.

For those who do not have access to the internet and social media updates are available via telephone by calling 1 855 627 5365.

Please continue to support your neighbours and our local business community.  
For recommendations on protecting yourself and your community, visit www.alberta.ca/COVID19



COVID-19 Update
March 21, 2020 16:30
 
As the number of cases of COVID-19 continues to increase, we would like to remind the community that practicing social distancing, and proper hand washing, can limit your exposure and slow the spread of COVID-19.
 
With the continued shortage of toilet paper, we also want to remind residents not to flush any wipes or paper towels. Industrial wastewater systems, as well as septic fields, are not equipped to handle this material as they do not break down, causing clogs in pipes and putting a strain on infrastructure.
 
PCREMO is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation and offers the following information to community members:
 

 
Pincher Creek Co-op and Walmart have worked extremely hard during this challenging time to keep as much of their shelves stocked as possible.  Be patient with staff and show your gratitude, we’re all in this together.   You can assist our grocery stores by complying with the product limits.  The grocery stores are confident supplies will be available if everybody does their part respect product restrictions
 
If you are concerned an establishment is not following the orders under the State of Public Health Emergency, such as:
 



COVID-19 Update
March 21, 2020 10:00
 
The health and safety of our community is the top priority as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve.
 
Your mental health is equally as important as your physical well-being at any time, but even more so as we all navigate the COVID-19 outbreak.
 
Alberta Health Services has resources and services available to help you or someone you know. Remember, if you are struggling, you are not alone. There are supports in place to help you. Find out more at https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/amh/Page16759.aspx
 
Public health risk is continually reassessed as new information becomes available. To reduce the spread of germs, including COVID-19, residents are reminded:
 

 
A full list of recommendations and information is available   https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page16944.aspx

If you are concerned an establishment is not following the orders under the public health emergency, such as a business that has been ordered to close but remains open or a business operating above the 50-person capacity, you can submit a complaint to an AHS and a public health inspector will look into it.
 
Visit this site to submit a complaint: https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/


COVID-19 Update

March 20, 2020

6:00 p.m.

Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your neighbours and our community need you to shop local! Please do your best to support our local businesses and shop here at home.  Businesses who are looking for support please go to www.pincherchamber.ca/covid-19

Social distancing involves taking steps to limit the number of people you come into close contact with. It can help you reduce the risk of getting sick.  This is not the same as self-isolation. You do not need to remain indoors, but you do need to avoid being in close contact with people.  For more information on social distancing please go here.

Self-isolation means avoiding situations where you could infect other people. If you have been advised to self isolate please adhere to these recommendations and find out more here.

If you are a snowbird returning to Pincher Creek it is very important you follow the below information. As a community we can assist in letting our snowbirds know this information by leaving notices at their doors.  A one-page Pincher Creek specific information sheet is available here .


For recommendations on protecting yourself and your community, visit www.alberta.ca/COVID19
 



March 20, 2020

11:30 a.m.

Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please be mindful of your neighbors, especially if they may not utilize social media and may not be receiving frequent updates. Call and ensure they are aware of the changes.

The Alberta Government has asked that pharmacies limit patients to a 30-day fill of their medication. This is to help combat any potential of drug shortages. Please work with our local pharmacies so that everyone in our community has access to their medication.

We would like to encourage our community to practice social distancing recommendations. Social distancing involves taking steps to limit the number of people you come into close contact with. It can help you reduce the risk of getting sick.

This is not the same as self-isolation. You do not need to remain indoors, but you do need to avoid being in close contact with people.

To protect yourself and others:


For recommendations on protecting yourself and your community, visit www.alberta.ca/COVID19


COVID-19 Update
March 19, 2020 18:00

 
Pincher Creek Regional Emergency Management Organization (PCREMO) continues monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
COVID-19 statistic site is now reporting to by location.  In the South Region; there is 1 case in Lethbridge and 1 case Medicine Hat. 
https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-alberta-statistics.aspx
 
Our hospitals and health teams are busy, please consider not partaking in high risk activities that could put additional s

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Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9
Box 279
1037 Herron Avenue
Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0
Phone: 403-627-3130
Fax: 403-627-5070
Email: info@mdpinchercreek.ab.ca
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