Do Your Part

DO YOUR PART, Lincoln

Lincoln is in a State of Emergency. It is more critical now than ever to obey the public directives:

  • Stop all gatherings of more than five people (this includes private gatherings of extended family)
  • Avoid all outdoor recreational amenities, including parks, playgrounds and sports fields
  • Close all non-essential businesses
  • Stay home as much as possible and only leave the house once a week if required
  • Residents 70+ years to stay home
  • Mandatory self-isolation for 14 days if you have symptoms or have returned to Canada from being outside the country
  • Practice physical distancing and wash hands frequently

As a reminder, municipalities have the power to enforce these public health & emergency directives. Failing to comply with an emergency order carries a fine of $750 per offense, and up to $1,000 for obstructing those attempting to carry out their duties under the Act.

WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER, Lincoln

We’ve seen the best in people & our collective humanity as a community, province and nation. We have a responsibility to continue to protect our loved ones, the vulnerable in our community, our frontline health care workers & our first responders.

WE’LL GET THROUGH THIS, Lincoln

The Town continues to meet daily to assess new information and plan for future scenarios.

The Town’s website remains a good one-stop source of information for residents in regard to:

  • Declaration of an Emergency FAQs
  • Lincoln’s response to Coronavirus
  • Enforcement of mandatory closures & restrictions
  • Service Disruptions
  • Health advice
  • Travel advice & returning travelers
  • Online & phone services
  • Grocery & pharmacies
  • Social support services
  • Utilities information & support

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