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Grey Bruce COVID-19 Situational Update - 204 active cases

Posted On: Thursday, July 8, 2021

As the Delta variant cases have increased in Grey Bruce, the region has been designated as a Delta variant hot spot by the province. Ten other public health units have previously been identified as hot spots, these include Durham, Halton, Hamilton, Peel, Porcupine, Simcoe-Muskoka, Toronto, Waterloo, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph and York.

Grey Bruce COVID-19 Situational Update - 204 active cases

Current Situation: The province is in Step 2.

Follow the 3 W’s – Wash hands frequently, Watch distance (ideally 6ft), and Wear face covering correctly, and the 2 A’s - Avoid Crowds and Arrange for outdoor activities instead of indoors whenever possible.

GET YOUR VACCINE – MANY CLINICS HAVE BEEN ADDED

Testing and case counts reported as of 23:59 hrs, July 7, 2021:

All data is preliminary and subject to change. Future situation reports will be updated accordingly.

·28 new cases reported in past 24 hours in Grey Bruce: 8-Owen Sound, 4-Meaford, 3-Grey Highlands, 2-Arran Elderslie, 2-Huron Kinloss, 2-Saugeen Shores, 2-South Bruce Peninsula, 2-Southgate, 1-Saugeen First Nation, 1-Chatsworth, 1-Kincardine

·1787 confirmed cases

·Includes 484 cases of Variants of Concern (VOC), 9 active

·204 active cases

·309 active high-risk contacts

·1572 resolved cases

·9 confirmed local active case(s) hospitalized in Grey Bruce due to COVID-19

·+5 local active case transferred to hospitals outside of Grey Bruce

·6 deaths in Grey Bruce

·+1 death related to a Grey Bruce resident that acquired the infection and was treated outside of Grey Bruce

·+3 death related to a Grey Bruce resident that acquired the infection in Grey Bruce however passed away outside of Grey Bruce

·102 cases reported in health care workers; reports health care workers living in Grey Bruce and working both in and outside Grey Bruce

 

Vaccine – for detailed information please visit Website and Dashboard

·22,477 COVID-19 vaccines given in the past 7 days

·181,452 total doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered in Grey and Bruce

 

Future Vaccination PlanningVaccine Schedule

·Doses received for week of July 5 – 29,220

·For week of July 5, vaccinations will focus on: first and second dose vaccine clients via scheduled Hockey Hubs and some walk-in clinics – details posted on the schedule above; First Nation/Metis Communities; immuno-compromised/pregnancy focused clinics; eligible priority groups; mobile clinics; and homebound.

 

Booking Vaccinations and FAQ

·To book an appointment, please visit: www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca

·Frequently asked questions – visit:  Other Currently Eligible Groups (publichealthgreybruce.on.ca) and About the Provincial Booking System (publichealthgreybruce.on.ca)

·Appointments are not available by calling your healthcare provider. Appointments are not available by calling the Health Unit.

 

Provincial COVID-19 Data - https://covid-19.ontario.ca/data

 

PLEASE NOTE: All data is preliminary and subject to change. Future situation reports will be updated accordingly.

 

Vaccine Data Overview

 

 

 

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