Community transmission of a variant of COVID-19: Trois-Pistoles invites you to respect the instructions

Community transmission of a variant of COVID-19: Trois-Pistoles invites you to respect the instructions
Community transmission of a variant of COVID-19: Trois-Pistoles invites you to respect the instructions

The elected officials of the City of Trois-Pistoles invite citizens to continue to comply more than ever with the sanitary instructions of Public Health. Faced with the resurgence of cases of community transmission of a variant of COVID-19, currently observed in the RCMs of Kamouraska and Rivière-du-Loup, a call for vigilance is launched to collectively stem the spread of the virus.

“We ask people to continue to respect the instructions of Public Health, to protect themselves and to be tested in the event of symptoms. This is definitely not the time to let go. The good days are coming thanks to the acceleration of vaccination and compliance with health rules. Let us limit our movements and our contacts to the strict minimum to curb the virus. Let us show solidarity throughout Bas-Saint-Laurent and continue to protect ourselves, ”invites Jean Pierre Rioux, mayor of Trois-Pistoles.

In addition, all those who wish and who are in the eligible age groups can visit the clicsante.ca site or call 1 877 644-4545 to reserve their place in the vaccination centers, including one in Trois-Pistoles, located at the Cultural Center made available for this important stage.

To limit the spread of the virus, the City of Trois-Pistoles joins its voice to Public Health and invites people to isolate themselves and to be tested if they believe they have been in contact with the virus or if they have symptoms: cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell. Call 1 877 644-4545 or visit: quebec.ca/coronavirus.

REMINDER OF INSTRUCTIONS

Remember that the Bas-Saint-Laurent region is in the red zone and that private gatherings are not authorized. To protect yourself, you must wear a mask, wash your hands frequently and respect the distance of two meters. You should also stay at home if you are not feeling well and get tested as soon as symptoms appear.

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