A case of Covid-19 confirmed at the Diavik diamond mine earlier this week is a variant of concern, the GNWT says, the first time it has reported such a case.
Yellowknife residents without homes who need to isolate will now do so at hotels after the territorial government closed the Aspen isolation centre.
Ottawa launched a call for proposals from Indigenous governments and groups working to develop their own child and family services policies and legislation.
Yellowknife's Monkey Tree Pub, ticketed for breaking Covid-19 rules, is being represented by a lawyer associated with a Rebel News fine-fighting movement.
The NWT government once again extended its public health emergency on Tuesday, ensuring the emergency will last until at least April 13.
The NWT's health minister says the number of long-term care beds to be built in Hay River has been halved because better data is now available.
A case of Covid-19 was confirmed at the NWT's Diavik diamond mine. No risk to the public was identified, the territorial government said on Monday.
The NWT said its 75-percent Covid-19 vaccination target may change and a firm timeline for easing any restrictions remained "very difficult."
While your Covid-19 immunization card is not an official vaccination record, people vaccinated in the NWT can request a permanent record by filling out a form.
Two positive cases of the UK variant of the virus that causes Covid-19 have been diagnosed in Fort Chipewyan, the Mikisew Cree First Nation says.
An outbreak of Covid-19 at the NWT's Gahcho Kué diamond mine is now over, the territory's chief public health officer said on Friday.
The NWT released dates for the latest round of vaccination clinics in communities. So far, around two-thirds of eligible adults have at least one shot.