First confirmed case of COVID19 in Stettler Region

The County of Stettler and Town of Stettler Press Release on March 26, 2020 at 3:14pm

Data released from Alberta Health Services confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in the Stettler & County Region. We understand that this has been a difficult time for our residents and that this news may cause concern.

The Town and County have been working together through the Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency and have formed the Emergency Operating Centre to monitor to situation. We want to ensure you that this collaboration will continue to provide ongoing support and information throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and that we will always take the health and safety of our residents seriously.

This confirmation of our first COVID-19 case is a reminder that we must take this pandemic seriously and be diligent. Always practice social distancing, increase your hygiene and cleaning measures, and follow the self-isolation standards set by Alberta Health Services. This is also a time to step up for our community members and loved ones; check on the neighbour that has been self- isolating, and don’t forget to pick up the phone and connect with family and friends.

The residents of the Stettler region have proven time and again that we are resilient and that we take care of our own. We know that we will face this adversity with the same mindset.

Take Care, Mayor Sean Nolls, Town of Stettler

Reeve Larry Clarke, County of Stettler

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