All COVID-19 Cases in Neah Bay Recovered
At the Public Makah EOC meeting on Dec. 8, 2020, Dr. Libby Cope, Makah Health Officer and STIHC Health Director reported all active COVID-19 cases in the Makah community recovered. Seven individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 or household members will remain in quarantine, most finishing by December 16, 2020.
NEWS RELEASE | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | DECEMBER 4, 2020
Makah Tribe moves into Phase 1
On December 4, 2020, Makah Tribal Council enacted Resolution 128-20 approving Health Order 08-20. We are moving into Phase 1 of the Makah COVID-19 Public Health Protocols effective Friday, December 4, 2020.
Protocols for Phase 1:
Families may reestablish household groups, or pods, according to the Makah COVID-19 Public Health Protocols. Household units not located on the Reservation may not be considered a part of a Household Group (pod) for this order's duration.
Residents of Neah Bay and Traveling Protocols:
Visiting a household unit off of the Makah Reservation is not considered a safe or essential activity under Phase 1 and is not allowed for the duration of this Health Order. Residents of Neah Bay must follow the Traveling Protocols under the Makah COVID-19 Public Health Protocols.
JOIN US FOR PUBLIC MAKAH EOC MEETINGS
We invite the community to join the weekly EOC meetings. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 11:30 AM. Community members will be required to register before entering the meeting. To register, contact Erica Crittenden at 360-645-3207.
1. Updates from the Health Officer
2. Updates from the Incident Commander
3. Updates from the Operations Director Public Questions/Comments (2 minute limit per person)
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IF YOU ARE SICK, STAY AT HOME EXCEPT TO GET MEDICAL CARE
Stay home and stay away from others in your household, in a separate room, and using a different bathroom if possible. If you have to be around others, stay 6 feet away and wear a face mask or use a tissue to cover your cough/sneezes.
Stay away from high-risk persons in your life (greater than 60 years old, have an underlying heart or lung or other medical conditions, or are pregnant).
VERY IMPORTANT: If you are at high risk (greater than 60 years old, have underlying heart or lung conditions, diabetes or other immune compromising conditions, or are pregnant), please start monitoring your symptoms very closely. Call immediately if your fever is more significant than 100.4 or you are having shortness of breath.
If you cough or sneeze, do it into a tissue and immediately dispose of the tissue (or wash if you have a handkerchief). Do not let other people handle your used tissues or handkerchiefs! If you don't have something to cough or sneeze into, use your elbow, but wash your clothes afterward.
If you have mild symptoms (such as a cough, runny nose, or fever less than 102), you can most likely manage your symptoms at home. There are several supportive therapies you can do at home without seeing a doctor, such as:
If your symptoms worsen during business hours, call the clinic at 360-645-2233, and the medical staff will assist you. For the safety of other patients and our team, do not come directly to the clinic. Call first.
If your symptoms worsen during After Hours, please call the Careline at 1-800-607-5501. If you suspect you have COVID-19 (fever and a cough), call the Clallam County Hotline at 1-360-417-2430 or the Washington State Department of Health Hotline 1-800-525-0127 and press #.
If you are having an emergency (i.e., severe shortness of breath) at any time, call 911.