COVID-19 Support

The City of Brooks' number one priority is the safety of our citizens, staff and visitors. Staff is working diligently with Alberta Health Services and other key organizations in our response to this constantly changing situation; we are committed to sharing honest, transparent information with our residents while still respecting privacy laws. If you have questions, please contact us by calling 403-362-3333 or sending us an email.


Current Public Health Measures - Effective September 16, 2021


Alberta has declared a state of public health emergency and will implement new health measures to expand capacity, increase vaccination rates and reduce transmission of COVID-19.

New temporary health measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19 will apply provincewide. This includes new restrictions on restaurants, indoor gatherings, weddings and funerals, retail, entertainment venues, and indoor sport and fitness beginning September 20. Measures in workplaces, indoor private gatherings, places of worship, schools and children’s activities, as well as mandatory masking and physical distancing in all indoor public spaces begin September 16.

Starting September 20, businesses or event organizers who choose to implement a program checking patrons for government-issued proof of vaccination or a recent negative privately purchased COVID-19 test will be able to have an exemption to restrictions. If a business or service chooses not to require proof of vaccination, they will be required to adhere to the new health measures.

The City of Brooks is still evaluating how the new restrictions will affect operations of City recreation facilities.

A full list of the current public health measures can be found by clicking here.


Enforcement

If you are concerned someone is not following public health orders, you can:

  • Remind them that not following orders is against the law and puts people at risk
  • Submit a complaint to Alberta Health Services public health inspectors online or call 1-833-415-9179.

Complaints that require an immediate response can be reported to the RCMP administrative line at 403-362-5535.


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For updated, accurate information about COVID-19 in Alberta, visit the Alberta Health Services website or the Government of Alberta website.