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Vaccinations available for identified non-resident workers in Kahnawake


The Kahnaw�:ke COVID-19 Task Force (Take Force) wishes to inform the community that it is expanding vaccinations for non-resident workers of establishments that primarily serve local residents the week of April 6th. 

The Task Force is currently contacting owners of restaurants, groceries, gas stations, convenience stores, gyms/fitness training, and personal care/beauty salons to confirm names of employees who want to be vaccinated.

�Our main priority is ensuring that Kahnawa�kehr�:non are vaccinated first, and we are working on getting non-resident employees of certain establishments vaccinated due to a higher risk of exposure as they primarily cater to local community members,� said Lloyd Phillips, Commissioner of Public Safety.

Prioritization for these specific establishments is required as the number of vaccines is limited.

If you are an owner of a business in any of the aforementioned categories and wish to have your non-resident employee prioritized for vaccination, please contact the Public Safety Division at 450-632-0635 by Thursday at 12pm.  A member of the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre Public Health team will contact only those who registered their non-resident employees with Public Safety.

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