March 22, 2020
RE: COVID-19 Update 7
Vulcan County Regional Emergency Management Partners are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation in Alberta. Please note that all Vulcan County Fire Halls are closed to the public until further notice. Vulcan County, the Villages of Champion, Carmangay, Lomond, Milo, and Arrowwood Offices are also closed to the public, however business operations are continuing. While the Town of Vulcan office remains open, we are urging the public whom have questions to use the websites or a telephone as most questions could be answered this way. With increasing numbers of confirmed cases throughout Alberta, we want to stress the importance of following proper personal hygiene and cleaning processes. Please follow these guidelines and watch your municipal websites for further updates.
The Province continues to see increased cases of COVID-19, with another 33 cases announced March 22nd, bring the total confirmed cases in Alberta to 259. Currently there have been no confirmed cases within Vulcan County or the urban municipalities within its borders. As of March 22, 2020, testing has been completed for 26,999 Albertans.
Once again, people experiencing symptoms are to take the online self-assessment.
The Province continues to advise Albertans to practise social distancing, and self-isolate if you are experiencing symptoms.
All Albertans are still encouraged to visit for the latest information, guidance and resources.
Above information sourced from:
Nels Petersen
Regional Director of Emergency Management
Vulcan County Regional Emergency Management Partnership