City of Fort St John rolls out COVID-19 resources

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FORT St. JOHN, B.C. – To assist residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Fort St. John has created several COVID-19 resources.

According to City Staff, to help businesses and non-profit organizations, the City has developed a dedicated webpage to COVID-19 Business Resources.

Along with the Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce, the City says it has been closely following the announcements of various federal and provincial support programs and the webpage can provide information on how to access these and other programs.

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In addition to Business Resources, the City has launched a COVID-19 hotline where residents can find the latest information and resources related to the virus.

This hotline can be accessed during normal business hours at 250- 787-8193 or email [email protected].

Here is Mayor Lori Ackerman’s message on the newly launched COVID-19 resources:

Mayor Lori Ackerman – New City COVID-19 Resources

Mayor Lori Ackerman provides an update on new City COVID-19 resources. Learn more at www.fortstjohn.ca/EN/main/news-events/news-archives/2020-archive/city-of-fort-st-john-rolls-out-covid-19-resources.html.

Posted by City of Fort St. John on Thursday, 2 April 2020

 

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