There are still two active cases in Greater Sudbury
Public Health Sudbury and Districts reported one new case of COVID-19 in Greater Sudbury on Monday.
According to the health unit’s website, the probable exposure category of the new case is still under investigation.
An additional case of COVID-19 has been resolved. As a result, there are still two active cases of the virus in the health unit’s service area.
Ontario, meanwhile, reported 114 new COVID-19 cases Monday and no new deaths from the virus.
Sudbury’s health unit has performed 264,016 COVID-19 tests as of July 10. No new cases have screened positive for variants of concern.
There have been 2,172 reported cases of the virus in the region since the beginning of the pandemic 14 months ago, including 2,019 in Greater Sudbury, 113 in the Sudbury district, and 40 in the Manitoulin district.
The health unit has reported 31 COVID-related deaths.
The vaccination program is still advancing in the region as Public Health launched its new mobile vaccination clinic, made out of a converted transit bus, on Monday.
Public Health, First Nations and Indigenous communities, and primary care partners have administered 212,180 first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A total of 127,231 people have received their first dose, and 84,949 people in the Sudbury area are fully vaccinated.
The health unit has received 208,728 vaccine doses in total, and 221 doses have been wasted. This represents 0.1 per cent, according to public health’s website.
No new COVID-19 outbreaks or possible exposure risks were reported.
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