A message from McAdam PharmaChoice

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We are taking extra precautions at our pharmacy to protect our staff and our customers. In order to stay healthy and keep our doors open we are asking for your help!


⭕️ Please phone in your prescriptions rather then coming into the store to request your refills.  **Expect wait times for prescriptions to be longer then usual, calling ahead will allow us plenty of time to get things ready.


⭕️Ask your doctor to phone or fax in any new prescriptions you may need.


⭕️When you pick up your prescription please distance yourself 6 feet (2 meters) from other customers and staff when possible.


⭕️We prefer payment with debit or credit but will still be accepting cash if needed.


⭕️We will not be accepting any empty prescription bottles, jars or bottles, expired medication or sharps containers at this time.


⭕️We are following the advice of our college and association and only filling prescriptions for a 30 day supply to ensure everyone gets the medication they need.


To protect ourselves, our staff,  and our families, please do not come into the pharmacy if you are feeling ill with cold or flu like symptoms. If you are having symptoms and unsure if it may be covid-19 please call telecare 811. If you are sick and in need of prescriptions or other medications please call the pharmacy at 784-2256 and we will do our best to make arrangements to get them to you.


Thank you,

Carla and Ryan

Message from Village Council

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If you or a loved one live alone and have a compromised immune system and require a medication refill, please call the Village Office at 784-2293.  The Village Of McAdam wants to ensure the most vulnerable practice social distancing.

Village of McAdam COVID – 19 Precaution

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McAdam Village Council and staff has met with and is in contact with Emergency Measures Organization, community/business leaders, first responders, healthcare professional and our provincial counterparts this evening concerning COVID – 19, and the impact it could have on our community.  The health and safety of citizens is of utmost importance to the Village of McAdam.  Therefore, the following precautions are being taken:

*All Village extracurricular activities and programs are cancelled until further notice, including (but not limited to)

* Warriors Den – Youth Night

* Coffee Morning, Cards at City Camp Club (Owls Club)

* Karate, Tae-kwon-do, Silver Sneakers walking group

* Community Potluck & Entertainment scheduled March 21st

* Quilting in Upper Council Chamber

* Bingo

* Morning Program

* Bus Trips to Fredericton

* All Village facilities will be closed such as the Heritage Room, Upper Council Chambers, City Camp Club and Warriors Den.


Please continue to monitor our Facebook site and website

for further information.  In the meantime, wash your hands often, and practice social distancing.  For any questions, please call the office at 784-2293.








COVID – 19

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Update on COVID-19

12 March 2020

The following update on COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) was issued today by Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health:
Everyone has a role to play in mitigating the impact of COVID-19. It takes more than governments and action from the health sector to protect the health and safety of New Brunswickers.

At this time, in an abundance of caution and to address public anxiety, the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health recommends that any non-essential mass gathering (150 or more people) be cancelled or postponed until we are able to better determine the risk to our population.

See News Release.
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Mise à jour au sujet de la COVID-19

12 mars 2020

La mise à jour suivante concernant la COVID-19 (le nouveau coronavirus) a été émise, aujourd’hui, par la médecin-hygiéniste en chef, la Dre Jennifer Russell :
Tout le monde a un rôle à jouer pour réduire les répercussions de la COVID-19. Il faut plus que les gouvernements et des actions du secteur de la santé pour protéger la santé et la sécurité des gens du Nouveau-Brunswick.

À ce moment-ci, par mesure de précaution et pour calmer les craintes du public, le Bureau du médecin-hygiéniste en chef recommande que tout rassemblement de masse non essentiel (150 personnes ou plus) soit annulé ou reporté à une date ultérieure jusqu’à ce que nous soyons en mesure de mieux déterminer les risques pour notre population.

Voir le Communiqué.





Danielle Charron,  Executive Director/Directrice générale

│ Association of Municipal Administrators of New Brunswick (AMANB) /  Association des administrateurs municipaux du Nouveau-Brunswick (AAMNB)

│ 20, rue Courtney Street │  Douglas, NB E3G 8A1

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