Niagara Region Public Health reports two new cases of COVID-19
Niagara Region Public Health is reporting just two new cases of COVID-19.
Both Saturday and Sunday saw no new cases, and the holiday Monday only had one new case.
Right now, Niagara has 58 active cases of the virus, and seven outbreaks.
Four of the seven outbreaks are in health care facilities: The Meadows of Dorchester in Niagara Falls, Hotel Dieu Shaver in St. Catharines, R. H. Lawson Eventide Home in St. Catharines, and Garden City Manor in St. Catharines.
The other three outbreaks are considered "community outbreaks".
Most of Niagara's active cases of the virus are in Niagara on the Lake.
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