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November 23, 2020 - A LETTER FROM THE TRIBAL CHAIRMAN

Dear Tribal Members, Reservation Residents and Tribal Employees,

I am sure you’ve heard that Governor Inslee has announced new restrictions across Washington to help slow the spread of COVID-19. What does that mean for Swinomish? The Senate has been working with our Swinomish Public Health Team to answer this question and to keep our Reservation community safe and health. READ MORE...

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November 23, 2020 - COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE
Swinomish Public Health has confirmed two (2) new cases of COVID-19 in the community in the last 24 hours.

The Public Health Team is conducting contact tracing for active COVID-19 cases in the community, including notification of close contacts. If you are contacted by a contact tracer, please help us help you by being open with information. Contact tracing helps protect our entire community.

If you have been exposed to COVID -19, please call the Medical Clinic at (360) 466-3167 so we can help you with an individualized plan for you and your family.

Take care, stay safe,
Swinomish Public Health Team

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 - BURN BAN LIFTED
Effective immediately, the Swinomish Reservation burn ban is lifted.

RECREATIONAL BEACHES BACTERIA MONITORING
SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 – Six swimming beaches are OPEN for water contact activities. Next sample is scheduled for October 2020.

SHELLFISH PSP MONITORING AT LONE TREE POINT
AUGUST 6, 2020NO TOXIN DETECTED in butter clam sample. Next sampling date is September 14, 2020.

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