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COVID-19 news and updates


The Ontario Government has provided the general public with a webpage to keep up with COVID-19 news that is updated daily.
This link can also be found in the header section of our website, on any page.

Please follow the Ontario Guidelines for COVID-19.

Download the Canada COVID-19 Alert App below for your smartphones.

As well, use the COVID link above the menu for up-to-date news and updates.

Stay safe, Rama.

Android users – Google Play
iPhone users – Apple App Store

Only a few times in history has an illness/virus spread over the world, changing the ways we interact with others and continue our daily lives. Through vigilant precautions, sound direction and (most of all) the actions of our members our small community has been relatively COVID-19 free. The Creator has been looking over us, keeping us together in this time of crisis.

Hopefully, with science and the belief of positive thinking, we shall be rid of this virus sooner rather than later.

Stay vigilant, stay healthy and stay safe Rama.

COVID-19 testing has been taking place in Rama since March of 2020
Members are welcome to get tested by contacting the Health Care team

705-325-3611 xt 1600

Other COVID-19 Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Indigenous communities – Government of Canada

Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit COVID-19 page – SMDHU COVID-19 page, updated Monday to Friday by 1:00pm

Assembly of First Nations Coronavirus page – Assembly of First Nations site

Chiefs of Ontario COVID-19 page – Chiefs of Ontario site

Anishinabek Nation COVID-19 page – Union of Ontario Indians site


Gigitiziim Miinawaa Giniijaanis Ayaa Minwendaagozi
A helpful blog to keep both children and family busy.

A blog for young adults from the Chippewas of Rama to help explore the world during times of self-isolation at home.

A short guide for band members and non-band members of the Chippewas of Rama located in Rama, Ontario to use as we deal with COVID-19.

Spirit Bear has some COVID-19 resources for First Nations.

From First Nations Child & Family Caring Society

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