Public Health Sudbury & Districts has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Chartwell Southwind Retirement Residence. Public Health is actively working with the retirement home to investigate the outbreak and to protect residents and staff
Public Health Sudbury & Districts has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Extendicare Falconbridge affecting the second and third floors of the facility. Public Health is actively working with the long-term care home to investigate the outbreak and to protect residents and staff.
Public Health Sudbury has declared a COVID outbreak at the apartments at 323 Second Avenue North. There's a high risk of exposure for anyone who lives in, works in, or has visited the building since March 6. Everyone in the building is asked to stay home and get tested if they show symptoms.
Sudbury is a week into the Grey Zone lockdown and hair salons have not been happy about what it's meant for them. Owners have been writing to all levels of government, one owner is open in defiance of regulations and RondezVous Hair Salon on Lasalle has been identified as a potential exposure site.
As of noon on March 18, 2021 HSN has 21 patients admitted who have tested positive
for COVID-19. 6 of these patients are in the ICU. There are 40 patients admitted to HSN
who are currently being tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting results
Easing restrictions to allow certain outdoor activities, including outdoor dining and fitness classes, for regions in the grey zone is something Premier Doug Ford says he would “absolutely” be in favour of doing provided the medical officers of health and mayors agree to it.
Public Health is actively working with the hospital to investigate the outbreak and ensure patients and staff are protected. Currently, three outbreaks are contained and there is no evidence of ongoing transmission
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is advising the public of a potential high-risk of exposure to COVID-19 specifically for anyone who attended P&M’s Kouzzina (1463 Lasalle Blvd.) in Greater Sudbury on any of the following dates: March 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10.
Sudbury and Districts went into the Grey/Lockdown COVID zone on Friday. The City took the step of putting Municipal services into the Grey category March 8 and will leave them there until the region goes back to Orange/Restrict. For COVID-19 updates and information visit greatersudbury.ca/covid.
As of noon Friday, HSN reports 6 patients have COVID-19. 19 other admitted patients at the hospital are waiting for test results. Adult inpatients are now allowed only one Designated Care Partner while children and end of life patients are allowed two. That measure is temporary and will be reviewed.
Sudbury Public Health declared a COVID-19 outbreak in Walden Public School on Friday and dismissed the entire school. All students, staff, and essential visitors need to self-isolate until March 19 due to confirmed cases.
All schools in Greater Sudbury and the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts, with the exception of Chapleau area schools, will transition to virtual learning, effective Monday, March 15. Private schools are similarly affected throughout Public Health’s entire service area.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is advising the public of a potential high-risk of exposure to COVID-19 specifically for anyone who attended 662 Crosshill Road in M’Chigeeng First Nation on Saturday, March 6, and Sunday, March 7, 2021.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that March 11, 2021, would be named a National Day of Observance to “honour everyone we lost to this terrible virus, and to recognize the impact this global pandemic has had on all our lives.”
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is advising the public of a potential high-risk of exposure to COVID-19 specifically for anyone who attended Urban Air Adventure Park (1066 Barrydowne Road) in Greater Sudbury on Saturday, February 27, 2021.