Update from Grey Bruce Health Unit October 14 2020

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Situation Report #211: COVID-19

Grey Bruce Health Unit | Incident Management System                                                                                           Oct. 14, 2020


 

Current Situation:

 

Testing and case counts reported as of 15:30 hrs, Oct. 14, 2020:

·       1 new case(s) reported in past 24 hours in Grey Bruce; West Grey

·       157 cases to date (current cumulative total)

·       7 active case(s)

·       1 preliminary positive case(s) pending confirmation

o   If confirmed as positive, will be added to totals

o   If confirmed as a false positive, will not be added to the totals

·       2 previously reported preliminary positive case(s) confirmed as false positive, will not be added to the totals

·       141 recovered cases; 9 cases referred to other health units

·       1 case(s) currently hospitalized

·       0 death(s)

·       31 cases reported in Health Care Workers working in Grey Bruce

 

Active Outbreaks:

  •        0 Facility(ies) in COVID-19 outbreak Reported in Long-Term Care/Retirement Homes
  •        0 Facility(ies) in COVID-19 outbreak Reported in Schools
  •        0 Facility(ies) in COVID-19 outbreak Reported in Daycares

 

Actions Taken In the Past 24 Hours:

 

Location of COVID-19 Confirmed Cases in Bruce and Grey Counties By Municipality As Of 15:30 hrs, October 14, 2020.

Upper Tier

Municipality

Lab Confirmed Cases*

Evidence of Community Spread

Grey County

Owen Sound*

61

ü

 

Southgate

16

ü

Meaford

13

ü

West Grey

10

ü

Blue Mountains

8

ü

Grey Highlands

6

ü

Hanover

3

ü

Georgian Bluffs

2

ü

Chatsworth

1

ü

 

 

 

Bruce County

Kincardine

10

ü

 

Arran Elderslie

7

ü

Saugeen Shores

6

ü

Huron Kinloss

5

ü

South Bruce Peninsula

4

ü

Brockton*

3

ü

South Bruce

2

ü

Northern Bruce Peninsula

0

ü

 

 

 

Total

 

157

 

* include cases in Long-Term Care/Retirement Home facilities

ü Evidence of Community Spread is based on probable cases, community spread in neighbouring health units, and inability to identify the source of infection of confirmed cases.

 

 

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