LDF TRIBAL INCIDENT COMMAND /EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Update 04/22/2020 3:30 P.M.
Lake of the Torches Resort Casino Announces Closed to the Public Extension
Lac du Flambeau, Wis. - Lake of the Torches Resort Casino will continue to be closed to the public until further notice, with a goal to reopen on May 26th or earlier if possible. All staff will continue to be compensated under the closed to the public employee compensation plan and maintain their benefits during this time.
The health and safety of our associates, guests and community members is a priority as we plan for the eventual reopening of the Lake of the Torches property. We continue to monitor the situation and will keep our Facebook and website updated with any potential changes.
We hope everyone stays safe and we look forward to hosting you in the future.
Information on the temporary closure to the public can be found on the casino’s website at http://www.lakeofthetorches.com.
DECLARATION SHELTER AT HOME REMAINS AS IS AND IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
SEE Tribal Resolution No. 103(20)
Travel Caution- 14-day Quarantine
We recommend limiting travel as much as possible
IF you have traveled to or came from a location in the past 14 days and now see new reports of confirmed coronavirus case(s)/outbreaks or if you have been in a “hot zone” please contact the Community Health Department at 715-588-3371 ext. 1908 (Jen Jaeger, RN) or 1910 (Sarah Keuer, RN) during normal business hours or Dave Poupart, RN at 715-439-3971 after hours to discuss your travels and what to do next.
We need the community members to help relay the message to the people you know that have or continue to travel from areas of concern to voluntary 14-day self-quarantine guidelines.
Social Distancing~~~~ 6ft a part ~~~ < than 10 people = Slows the Spread of Covid-19.
This means no big family gatherings, feasts, parties, cookouts or get togethers. This is essential to minimize the potential to spread the virus to your loved ones!!
COVID#19 CASE REPORTS/PCHC OPERATIONS
TRIBE REPORTS ZERO CONFIRMED CORONAVIRUS CASES ON RESERVATION. 26tests 26 negative, as of 04.22.20.
If there is a confirmed case of coronavirus on the Reservation, we’ll notify the public.
The PCHC Community Health Department follows the same procedure or guidelines as other County Health Departments when a positive covid-19 is identified on our reservation.
Peter Christensen Health Center continues to prepare for the coronavirus arriving here.
PCHC staff’s priority is to maintain essential services for ongoing patient care and will be ramping up telehealth along with phone triage and treatment. PCHC#715-588-3371
Any other emergency please call 911.
VOLUNTEERS AND DONATIONS NEEDED
All volunteers and TRE’s will need to follow health & safety protocol by wearing face coverings/masks, gloves, social distancing, washing hands and if sick stay home. Leanne Valliere at 715-892-0793 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FACE MASK – SIGN UP INFORMATION
If you need a face mask PLEASE CONTACT Leanne Valliere at 715.892.0793 or via email at email@example.com
**Reminder- to the people donating face masks/coverings to call Leanne to drop to them off so that proper handling occurs before they provided to the general public. We also advise anyone that has received a donated mask wash them prior to utilizing them.
OTHER DONATIONS DROP OFF --CONTACT INFORMATION
IF ANYONE WANTS TO DONATE ANY MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES, FOOD, ETC. PLEASE CONTACT THE LDF ICS LIASION OFFICER GEORGE THOMPSON@715-604-2625 OR EMAIL: GThompson@ldftribe.com.
We greatly appreciate any donations!
CEDAR-CEDAR BUNDLES-CHAGA-SWAMP TEA STILL AVAILABLE
Cedar and Cedar Bundles are still available. There is a limited supply of Chaga, Swamp Tea, and Sage for the time being. We are awaiting a supply of Sage to be delivered yet, we will keep you posted.
You can reach Joe Graveen on Facebook/messenger or at the following Numbers: Office: P:715 588-4238 C: 715-892-0578 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEVERE WEATHER – BE PREPARED website info
LDF TRIBAL WEBSITE- GREAT LAKES INTER TRIBAL COUNCIL
Shelter-At-Home declaration guidelines, daily updates and other resources can be found at LDFTribe.com also see
GLITC.ORG for their resources.
WASH YOUR HANDS – COVER YOUR COUGH- STAY SAFE
CHI-MIIGWETCH FROM THE LDF ICS TEAM
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS & Community Members
Please respect your frontline workers and service providers who risk their health and are working hard to provide a service to you!
All disorderly or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated and will be reported per:
TRIBAL CODE CHAPTER 73
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING OPEN CONTAINERS, DISORDERLY CONDUCT
AND CONTRIBUTING TO THE DELINQUENCY OF CHILDREN
GENERAL PROVISIONS 73.101 Purpose.
The purpose of this ordinance is to provide for the health, safety, morals and
welfare of reservation residents and visitors to the reservation by regulating certain activities regarding open containers, disorderly conduct, and contributing to the delinquency of children.
73.102 Authority. This ordinance is adopted pursuant to Article VI, Sections 1(a), (j), (1) and(u) of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribal Constitution. 04/22/2020 LDF ICS Team