COVID Report for May 7-2021

A look at the local numbers

Over the last week, Public Health Sudbury & Districts has seen 66 new cases of COVID-19, and 57 cases resolved. 

According to the report, there was one COVID-related death.

Forty-two new cases screened positive for a variant of concern which is 64% of the cases reported in this period.
Seven outbreaks were active in the past week, including three in workplaces, two in a hospital, one in a correctional facility, and one due to a private social gathering. 

The agency reports there were eight new cases as of yesterday, with seven in Greater Sudbury and one in the Sudbury District.

Considering resolved cases, there are 92 active cases in the health unit’s jurisdiction.

Health Sciences North is reporting there are 28 admitted patients, 15 confirmed and 13 waiting for test results.

Of the 28, nine individuals are in intensive care.

Algoma Public Health is reporting one new case of COVID, out of the Sault Ste. Marie area.

Considering resolved cases there are 26 active cases with no one in the hospital. 

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