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Lower Post (Daylu), BC, is located on Highway 97, the Alaska Highway, approximately 23 kilometers south-east of Watson Lake, YT, and is home to the Daylu Dena Council (DDC). The population of Lower Post is approximately 300.

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The incubation period for COVID-19, which is the time between exposure to the virus (becoming infected) and sign of sickness beginning, is on average 5-6 days, however can be up to 14 days. During this period, also known as the “pre- (showing signs of sickness)” period, some infected people can be (able to be caught from other people).
COVID-19 is a serious health threat, and the situation is changing (and getting better) daily. The risk will change/differ between and within communities, but given the increasing number of cases in Canada, the risk to Canadians is carefully thought about/believed high. This does not mean that all Canadians will get the disease. It means that there is already a significant hit/effect on our health care system. If we do not flatten the widespread disease curve now, the increase of COVID-19 cases could hit/affect health care useful things/valuable supplies available to Canadians. The risk for COVID-19 may be increased for certain settings such as: cruise ships crowded areas (such as public transit and shopping centres) gatherings (related to religion or the soul) and cultural settings, theatres, sports performing areas, special celebrations (with fun events) and (meetings to discuss things/meetings together)
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Some cause illness in people and others cause illness in animals. Human coronaviruses are common and are usually connected with mild sicknesses, almost the same as the common cold. COVID-19 is a new disease that has not been (before that/before now) identified in humans. Rarely, animal coronaviruses can infect people, and more rarely, these can then spread from person to person through close contact.

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Lower Post

BC, V0C 1W0

Phone: (250) 779-3161

Fax: (250) 779-3161