The Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency activated the Emergency Operations Centre

“We have set up a SREMA Hotline to answer citizen questions and concerns”

The Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency has activated the Emergency Operations Centre.

“We are currently recommending the cancellation or postponement of all public recreational or group gatherings,” noted . release. “We have set up a SREMA Hotline to answer citizen questions and concerns.”

This hotline (403-742-7300) will be active from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, until further notice – for questions and concerns relating to regional or town and county operations and services.

The Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency’s efforts will align with the directives of Alberta Health Services and the Province of Alberta. For accurate and current Covid-19 information, follow Alberta Health Services at albertahealthservices.ca or the Government of Alberta at Alberta.ca.

“We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation closely in our region and execute all provincial and federal mandates as they are issued.”

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