Trevali Mining is saddened to report that search team members have discovered the bodies of the remaining two workers unaccounted for following an April 16 flooding event at the Perkoa Mine in Burkina Faso. The two workers were discovered following dewatering, the first on June 8 at the 640 Level and the second on June 19 in the decline leading to the 670 Level. Six workers were previously recovered by search teams late last month. All eight workers unaccounted for after the flooding event have now been recovered.Families are being notified following recovery and identification. Senior representatives of Trevali and the Perkoa Mine mining contractor Byrnecut have been in regular contact with the families of all eight workers and will continue to offer support. Out of respect for privacy of the workers' families and friends, the Company will not be publicly disclosing the names of the workers.The Company is working alongside the Burkinabe authorities as the Trevali operations team coordinates the dewatering and rehabilitation of the Perkoa Mine.The Company and the Burkinabe authorities are investigating the events around the flooding event. Mining and milling operations at Perkoa will remain suspended for the foreseeable future and the Company has suspended its production and cost guidance for 2022 as it relates to Perkoa. To date, 137 million litres of water has been removed from the mine as well as almost 4,500 metres of mine rehabilitation completed on the ramp decline, and removal of 5,860 cubic metres of solids. Dewatering and rehabilitation work will continue to the mine depth of the 710 Level and the Company will provide further updates as appropriate.Trevali is a global base-metals mining Company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada . The bulk of Trevali's revenue is generated from zinc and lead concentrate production at its three operational assets: the 90%-owned Perkoa Mine in Burkina Faso, the 90%-owned Rosh Pinah Mine in Namibia and the wholly owned Caribou Mine in northern New Brunswick in Canada. In addition, Trevali owns the Halfmile and Stratmat Properties and the Restigouche Deposit in New Brunswick, Canada. Trevali also owns an effective 44% interest in the Gergarub Project in Namibia.