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Local Covid-19 Case Information

The table below will be regularly updated as information changes

Local Covid-19 Case Information
Date New Cases Resolved Cases Active Cases In Hospital
21/06/21 0 5 0 0
05/06/21 1
3 2 0
04/06/21 1 3 1 0
10/03/21 0 3 0 0
 25/02/21 1
1 2 0
 24/02/211 1 1 0


 
Community Vaccines Administered
  Date First Dose Administered Second/Booster Dose Administered
 10/11/21 27 
 8/10/21 16 14 
 29/9/21 23 25 
 2/9/21  
  26/8/2114 28 
 12/8/21 23 
 5/8/2112 37 
 22/7/21 28 97 
  7/7/21*42406
  24/6/21* 51 180 
  17/06/21 55 348
  10/06/21*51 4
   27/05/21 97 56

07/05/21 294 8
  22/04/21 150  
   15/04/21 158  4
  08/04/21 204
  25/03/21 78  
  08/03/21 1 55
  04/03/21 54
 08/02/2155 
 Total    1399  1312
 *In Collaboration with Manitouwadge PharmaChoice


Contact Tracing and Self-Isolating

All patients who have tested positive for the virus have been contacted by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) and have been instructed to self-isolate at home to prevent further spread of the virus.
The TBDHU is completing very thorough contact tracing and will contact those who are considered high risk contacts of the individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19.

For more information on self-isolation, please click on the links below;

How to Self Isolate

Self-isolation: Guide for caregivers, household members and close contacts

Preventing further spread of COVID-19 in our community

Everyone is encouraged to continue following the public health recommendations to help keep your family, friends and neighbours safe.

  • Limit your close contact to your household members
  • Stay home unless it’s necessary
  • Get tested if you have symptoms associated with COVID-19

Unless it is a medical emergency, please do not present to the hospital if you are concerned that you may have been exposed. Call the above number first and you will be given instructions over the phone.