Due to the ongoing support and compliance with our measures, the number of active cases in Listuguj has reduced to zero. To ensure the safety of our community and loved ones, the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government would like to update you on our new self-isolation and quarantine measures.
Travel that does not require self-isolation:
Essential travel to a ‘Red Zone’ with NO overnight stay is permitted without the need to self-isolate upon return to Listuguj. This has been defined as grocery shopping, custody pick up/ drop off, medical/health, legal, attending a funeral, LMG business, government in-person appointments/renewals and construction supply purchases.
Listuguj Self-Isolation and Quarantine Measures
Self-isolation is a preventative measure to those who may have been exposed to the virus.
Self-Isolation is mandatory if:
- You OR a member of your household is awaiting COVID-19 test results.
- You OR a member of your household OR a guest staying in your household have come from a ‘Red Zone’ or high-risk area for non-medical or non-essential purposes. You are required to self-isolate for a duration of 14 days upon return to Listuguj.
- You OR a member of your household OR a guest staying in your household have come from a ‘Red Zone’ or a high-risk area for medical or essential purposes AND stayed for one or more nights in a red zone.
- You came into contact with anyone who has travelled to a ‘Red Zone’ for non-essential travel OR who has travelled for essential travel but has stayed there for one or more nights AND this contact has been for more than 15 minutes in an enclosed area without a mask.
- You OR a member of your household have COVID related symptoms (e.g. cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, new loss of smell or taste, gastrointestinal symptoms, etc.). AND have been in contact with a person who recently tested positive for COVID.
Quarantine is ordered when someone or someone within your household has been tested and received a positive COVID test result.
Quarantine measures are mandatory if:
- You or a member of your household has obtained a positive result following a COVID-19 test. The household MUST follow direction of Quebec Public Health. Quebec Public Health will release the household when it is safe to do so.
Please note, additional precautions must be taken to prevent the spread of the virus in your household especially if individuals residing in your household are considered high-risk (e.g. diabetics, etc.).
If you have any questions, please contact the COVID Hotline at 581-884-2771. The hotline is available Monday to Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. When calling after hours, please leave a detailed message including your phone number.