COVID-19 RESOURCES

As our Chiefs, health leaders, and community members work diligently to protect our communities, we ask everyone to take precautions whenever possible to help reduce the spread of this coronavirus.

If you are looking for information on where to get the COVID-19 vaccine or information on eligibility, please go to our home page.


CautiousThe entire province of Manitoba is at Critical level (red) on the Pandemic Response System.

Changes to public health orders will take effect April 28, 2021 at 12:01 am for all of Manitoba.
The orders include some of the following changes:
  • no visitors will be allowed to private households either indoors or outdoors with certain exceptions including allowed one visitor for people who live alone
  • no indoor gatherings will be permitted, and outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people will be allowed in public outdoor spaces only
  • patio dining will be restricted to groups of four people only with no household restrictions
  • food courts in malls and shopping centres will be required to close
  • personal service business will be able to continue to operate at 50% capacity, but appointments will be required

For further details on the most recent changes, read the Changes to Public Health Orders Backgrounder.

For more information on all Public Health Orders visit the Province of Manitoba's website.

Financial Supports

Did you know you can access financial benefits and support during the COVID-19 outbreak? All First Nations people have access to these financial benefits, regardless of where you live. 


Mental Wellness

If you are experiencing emotional distress and want to talk, contact the toll-free Hope for Wellness Help Line at 1-855-242-3310 or the online chat at hopeforwellness.ca open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Telephone and online counselling are available in English and in Anishinaabe on request.

Kids Help Phone offers professional counselling, information, referrals, and volunteer-led, text-based support for children and youth. Text CONNECT to 6868608.

You can also call the Manitoba Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605.

For other resources and information, visit SCO Mental Wellness

 

COVID-19 Fact Sheets

Public Health Agency of Canada COVID-19 Fact Sheet

Assembly of First Nations CoronaVirus Factsheet

COVID-19 Coronavirus Online Resources

Manitoba Shared Health COVID-19 Screening Tool

Manitoba Government Official Updates

Manitoba Government Isolation for Symptomatic Individuals recovering at Home Fact sheet

Manitoba Government How to care for a person with COVID-19 at home fact sheet

Manitoba Government Self-isolation (Quarantine) for Asymptomatic Returning Travellers and Contacts of Cases Fact Sheet

Government of Canada COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

Government of Canada Covid-19 and Indigenous Communities

Government of Canada Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Outbreak updates

World Health Organization Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

Southern Chiefs' Organization COVID-19 Coronavirus Notices

SCO COVID-19 NOTICE #3: Measures for Community Preparedness (March 19, 2020)

SCO COVID-19 NOTICE #2: SCO Declares State of Emergency (March 17, 2020)

SCO COVID-19 NOTICE #1: SCO Responds to COVID-19 (March 13, 2020)

Going Back to School During Covid-19

Province of Manitoba Restoring Safe Schools

Unicef Supporting your child's mental health as they return to school

World Health Organization Covid-19 Parenting - Talking about Covid-19

Southern Chiefs' Organization Tips for Homeschooling your Child

Southern Chiefs' Organization Tips for Getting Your Family Ready to go Back to School

COVID-19 Informational Posters