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Weekly COVID-19 Report

James Bay and Hudson Bay Region
Wednesday, November 30th, 2022

NEW COVID-19 CASES: 15

Keep following safety protocols to keep our children safe

  1. Get Vaccinated
  2. Wash your hands
  3. Wear a mask
  4. Social Distance
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MAINTAINING PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES AT WEENEEBAYKO AREA HEALTH AUTHORITY

Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

What you need to know

Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

Active Cases (Updated Weekly)

Community Care

We support families and communities through health education, mental health services, advocacy and Cree language services.

Holistic Health

We provide quality holistic health-care services that reflect both western and traditional approaches to medicine.

Work Here

Discover what we offer health-care professionals looking for opportunities to practice in northern Ontario.

The Weeneebayko Way

The Cree people of the James/Hudson Bay lowlands refer to the waterways that make up their traditional territory as Weeneebayko.

The hospital governance structure reflects the needs of the six communities we serve.

Emergency Services

Please visit or call your local healthcare location.

  • Moose Factory (705) 658-1111
  • Moosonee 911
  • Attawapiskat (705) 997-1111
  • Fort Albany (705) 278-1111
  • Kashechewan (705) 275-4004
  • Peawanuck (705) 473-2525

How You Can Help

Area residents depend on the Health Authority to provide the best medical care possible, and your support helps the hospital and the clinics to be ready when helps is needed.

Area Health Authority receives support from a variety of governments, government departments and agencies, but healthcare in most of Canada is under-funded, so more money is needed.