A look at the numbers …

Public Health Sudbury & Districts has passed a milestone with over 2,000 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.

Over the last three days, the agency has reported 16 new cases, 13 in the Greater Sudbury area and three in the Sudbury District.

As of this morning, the agency has had 2,011 cases since early March of 2020.

Considering resolved cases, there are 77 active cases within the health unit’s jurisdiction.

Health Sciences North is reporting a decrease over the weekend and now has 23 admitted patients, 12 who have tested positive and 11 waiting for test results.

Of the 23, six are in intensive care.

And Algoma Public Health is reporting four new cases of coronavirus since Friday, all in the Sault Ste. Marie area.

Considering resolved cases, there are 27 active cases in the district with no individuals hospitalized.

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