Lac Vieux Desert Health Center
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Lac Vieux Desert Health Center – Watersmeet
COVID-19 Testing Totals 04/01/2020 - 01/31/2021
Total Tests Collected: 3533
Total Negatives: 3233
Total Positives: 300
Total Pending: 0
LVDHC - WATERSMEET
COVID-19 Testing Totals 02/03/2021
Total Tests Collected: 38
Total Negatives: 12
Total Positives: 7
Total Pending: 19
Tribal Members* in Isolation: 5
Tribal Members* in Quarantine: 13
Tribal Members* Recovered: 10
* (Federally Recognized Tribe living/working in community)
LVDHC – EAGLE RIVER
COVID-19 Testing Totals 02/03/2021
Total Tests Collected: 14
Total Negatives: 4
Total Positives: 2
Total Pending: 8
COVID-19 Case Data by County
Updated on 02/02/2021
Gogebic: 1,181 Confirmed Cases
Iron: 916 Confirmed Cases
Ontonagon: 380 Confirmed Cases
Houghton: 2,478 Confirmed Cases
Vilas: 2,074 Confirmed Cases
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IMPORTANT NOTICE - REIMPLEMENTED MANDATORY CURFEW AND LIMITATIONS ON GATHERING:
Effective January 28, 2021 at Midnight, pursuant to Tribal Council Amended Resolution T2021-008, to preserve the public health and safety of the member residents of the Lac Vieux Desert Reservation and to mitigate the risk of infection and subsequent transfer of illness, any individual on the Reservation shall not loiter, idle or congregate in or on any public street, highway, alley, park or any other public space between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m. Curfew requirements shall be in effect until 6:00 a.m., Friday, February 5, 2021 unless extended by the Tribal Council. Individuals may continue the following activities after curfew:
• Travel to or from employment or to perform the tasks of employment if those tasks necessarily put them in the public space.
• Perform necessary government activities.
• Perform tasks that are necessary to their immediate health and safety, or to the health and safety of their family or household members (including pets).
• Provide emergency care for minors, dependents, the elderly, persons with disabilities, or other vulnerable persons.
In addition, all social gatherings or events among persons must be limited to household members only after midnight.
Failure to abide by the directives of Tribal Council Amended Resolution T2021-008, may be subject to criminal penalties under the Lac Vieux Desert Criminal Code, Section 2-51-5.
LVD TRIBAL GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT
The Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians is committed to taking necessary steps to keep the Tribal community and the Watersmeet community-at-large protected and armed with the most recent information on the COVID-19 outbreak within the Lac Vieux Desert Reservation. Please visit this page often for updated information.
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LVD Tribal Members: Tribal Council Meetings are held virtually. If you would like to attend, please contact Priscilla Smith, Tribal Secretary email@example.com for a zoom meeting link.
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LVD Health Board
2020 Tribal Election Information
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Chairman - James Williams, Jr.
Vice-Chairman - Samuel Klingman
Treasurer - Patrick Garrison
Secretary - Priscilla Smith
Patrick Hazen II
Cynthia Rose McGeshick
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