Lummi Nation

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Lummi Indian Business Council

**Shelter in Place order is currently in affect for the Lummi Reservation Due to the Spread of COVID-19***


We are the Lhaq'temish, The Lummi People. We are the original inhabitants of Washington's northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. For thousands of years, we worked, struggled and celebrated life on the shores and waters of Puget Sound.

We are fishers, hunters, gatherers, and harvesters of nature's abundance. We envision our homeland as a place where we enjoy an abundant, safe, and healthy life in mind, body, society, environment, space, time and spirituality; where all are encouraged to succeed and none are left behind.

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NOTICE Lummi Nation Schools to close for the remainder of the school year due to COVID-19 and the order from the Governor


Gov. Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal today announced the extension of school closures for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. The order keeps both public and private schools closed in accordance with the governor's original order on March 13.

The governor's proclamation prohibits in-person instruction through June 19, with exceptions for students with disabilities and English language learners for whom distance learning would present challenges. Facilities remain accessible for limited use, including providing child care and packing take-home meals for students' families to pick up. All activities must follow Department of Health social distancing guidelines.



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Important Information on Coronavirus (COVID19)

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May 2, 2020 Covid-19 update. Lummi Public Health DepartmentMay 2, 2020 Covid-19 update. Lummi Public Health Department

After-hours Medical Care Information

  • To connect with a medical provider after hours please call
  • (360)715-2447
  • For Urgent Care we recommend the following:
  • Walk-in Health Clinic
  • 2220 Cornwall Ave.
  • Bellingham, WA 98225
  • 360-734-2330
  • PeaceHealth same day clinic:
  • Medical Office Plaza (clock tower building)
  • 3015 Squalicum Parkway
  • Bellingham, WA 98225
  • 360-788-8420

Lummi Tribal Health Center COVID-19 PUBLIC HEALTH RECOMMENDATIONS

Last updated March 7th, 2020

BACKGROUNDThe Coronavirus (COVID-19) appears to be slowly making its way into communities across the United States. At this time, in Washington State there have been a total of 79 positive cases and 11 deaths related to the Coronavirus.The Lummi Tribal Health Clinic (LTHC) and Lummi Public Health Department have been actively preparing and monitoring for COVID-19. It appears we are reaching a point where COVID-19 will be posing a threat to the Lummi Community. The medical community is now moving from a “CONTAINMENT” strategy to a “MITIGATION” strategy as COVID-19 has now escaped into the public community of WA State.MITIGATION STRATEGY

RECOMMENDATIONS In order to reduce the overall risk that COVID-19 poses to the Lummi Community, we will focus on multipronged effort to reduce exposure and transmission of the virus within our community. Therefore, LTHC and Public Health Department are STRONGLY RECOMMENDING the following protocols or policies:

1. PUBLIC GATHERINGS

a. All LIBC sponsored Public Gatherings should be cancelled or postponed to a later date b. All Business sponsored events (Concerts, business meetings, recreation) should be cancelled to a later date

2. LUMMI NATION SCHOOL CLOSURE

a. Begin planning for school closure if COVID-19 reaches our community (“Plan for the worse, hope for the best”)

For more information regarding what LIBC is doing to protect our community --click here--


Declaration of Public Health Emergency - Lummi Nation - Chairman Lawrence Solomon

Chairman Lawrence Solomon addresses the spread of COVID-19Chairman Lawrence Solomon addresses the spread of COVID-19

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For questions about, or tax-deductible donations to, Lummi Nation’s work for the Salish Sea and qwe ‘lhol mechen (orcas), please visit www.sacredsea.org. For additional information contact Kurt Russo at (360) 312-2292 or email KurtR@lummi-nsn.gov




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