Morley residents are being warned of possibly being exposed to COVID-19 if they attended any gatherings over the past 10 days.

In a Mar. 8 letter, Dr. Wadieh Yacoub, Alberta's Senior Medical Health Officer for Indigenous Services Canada, says they are working closely with Stoney Health Services to ensure contact tracing can continue and that testing is available to all of those at risk.

"We understand that this is a difficult time but continued adherence to all public health guidelines is important in limiting the spread of COVID-19," the letter states.

"The health and safety of Morley community members remain our top priority," it continues. "We remain committed to working with leadership during this very difficult time."

Those experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19 are being encouraged to be tested at the drive-thru testing station in the community. It's open Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Residents continue to be encouraged to avoid non-essential travel, limit contact to immediate households, and not attend indoor or outdoor gatherings.

In the Mar. 5 update, no new cases were identified and 13 active cases were being treated. 

Meanwhile, COVID-19 vaccinations continue for seniors 65+ at the Stoney Health Centre this week.