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The goal is to resume all surgeries as soon as we have capacity to safely care for all our patients. This could include patients being moved to unconventional spaces such as a sun room. COVID-19 Update 5 new cases to report today . The past 7 days, almost half the new cases were in the age group. Our vaccination clinics at Memorial Gardens are fully booked June 30, July 1 ,4, 5 and 12th. We have completed our series of Youth Clinics for individuals 12 to 17 years of age receiving a first dose. Youth Clinics will resume again in August to provide this group with their second dose in time for return to school. Anyone who missed the first dose Youth Clinics in June may book an appointment at one of our regular clinics or a participating pharmacy. COVID-19 Update Not a lot of data today. We have a large vaccination clinic today at Memorial Gardens. Pharmasave is having special vaccination day, today.

While we are hearing about vaccines that appear to be promising, it will take time for them to be approved and distributed to Canadians. In the meantime, we need to be extremely careful. We are still in the green zone, which is something everyone can be proud of!!!! Stay the course North Bay however today is not a good day for us. And his team have been huge supporters of keeping you informed and have been gracious to have me on every week since the pandemic started. This is truly the strength of local radio, keeping our citizens safe and informed. They deserve thanks for what they have done to keep our numbers down. Dr Tam’s comments come as some provinces are reporting new single-day highs of new cases and related deaths. The rolling seven-day average of new infections now stands at 1,862, up from 1,768 last week. Hot spots Toronto 456, Peel 356, York 143. Of the cases today, there are 586 cases in people between the ages of 20 and 39.

COVID Update Ontario hits new daily record for cases today

We ask that if you were planning on traveling to the hotspots, that you adhere to the advisory and not make the journey. Ontario reports 649 New cases with Peel leading the way with 157, followed by Toronto with 140 and Ottawa with 54. We do have so much to be thankful in North Bay with one of the lowest positive case per capita in Ontario. COVID-19 Update One new case in our district. The North Bay Health Unit issued a community notice about a potential public exposure to COVID-19. We can’t underestimate the importance of following the protocols. Stay the course North Bay, we are now in the 2nd wave and the trends don’t look favourable.

Hey North Bay, you didn’t just flatten the curve, you smashed it! This speaks to our community resolve and spirit to help one another and shows your great respect for our frontline workers. Our goal in North Bay from day one was to smash the curve to save lives. Our goal was never to flatten the curve as this was just a means to spread the sick over time. So if we let up, we go back to flattening the curve strategy and fill up our Hospital or worse overwhelm it. If we continue to trust our instincts and follow the protocols, we put ourselves in a safer place as the world opens up. We must fundamentally exercise the routines of physical distancing, good hygiene, not gathering as everything unfolds. Your protection and low risk factors in your ability to not let your guard down.

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Out of over 8000 tests, 29 were positive. Our local businesses have been tremendous at protecting their employees and customers. Please do not believe you can let your guard down. People are travelling to North Bay and from North Bay to centres with high levels of cases. This is why we still ask you to protect yourselves and your family and follow all the protocols. Every person you come in contact is a risk as you don’t know their travel history or who they have come in contact with.

  • Today 618, the highest number to date with 2nd wave with 40 Hospitals not included in count.
  • The Variant found in the UK, now in Canada.
  • Our frontline workers and local businesses need us to continue to do their part.
  • Our fate is in our hands, choose wisely.
  • As I have said before, it is ok to be mad at us or disagree with us.
  • In Toronto and other areas of the Province, have entered into the red zone and closing down businesses.

I will reach out to the health unit to see what this means for us in increased clinics. The Province announced starting this week, vaccines are to be distributed per capita (last 2 weeks 50% of vaccines went to hotspots). This should mean more access for our citizens. The province reported 525 new cases today marking the first time in 8 months that the daily case count has dropped below 600. It is also the lowest single-day total logged in Ontario since Sept. 27. We have not had a good run for last 3 weeks with cases.