Oneida of the Thames First Nation Closing to Non-Residents Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Article by London Free Press

Oneida of the Thames First Nation Closing to Non-Residents Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Oneida of the Thames First Nation closing to non-residents amid COVID-19 pandemic FREE PRESS STAFF Updated: March 29, 2020 The Red Eagle Smoke Shop on Oneida Road is a native marijuana dispensary on the Oneida Reserve southwest of London. (Mike Hensen/The London Free Press) SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT The Oneida Nation of the Thames will be closed to the public beginning Monday amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Indigenious territory southwest of London is closing all public access roads at 12 a.m. Monday, the Oneida Council of Chiefs said.

The Oneida Nation of the Thames will be closed to the public beginning Monday amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Indigenious territory southwest of London is closing all public access roads at 12 a.m. Monday, the Oneida Council of Chiefs said.

The closure doesn’t apply to residents, those with permission from the council, employees and delivery drivers.

Access points at Kennedy’s Corner, Evan John’s, Ambrose Corner and the bridge will be blocked with “temporary permanent structures,” the council said.

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