Latest News Releases from Grey Bruce Health Unit

Vaccine rollout details  Many vaccine appointments in August/September are being cancelled for rebooking to sooner dates. You may receive a phone call directing you to rebook using either the provincial or local booking systems.  Electronic Vaccine Receipt   Cancel/Reschedule Vaccine Appointment   Vaccine Booking FAQ

Ontario entered Step Three of the Roadmap to Reopen on Friday, July 16, at 12:01 a.m. Grey Bruce is entering a modified Step 3. For details, review this media release and this guidance document: Guidance for Modified Step 3 in Grey Bruce, along with these memos: Memo for Restaurants - Modified Step 3Memo To PSS - Modified Step 3Modified Step 3 Long-Term Care Home Memo July 16, 2021.

Note: Sexual health clinics are closed for the month of July. If you require urgent assistance including birth control prescriptions, go to nearest emergency room. For a supply of condoms, visit our office during regular hours

Outbreaks

 

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The following table lists the outbreaks that are either currently occurring or recently declared over at facilities in the Grey Bruce area. 

The facilities in this table include:

  • Long-Term Care Homes (LTCH)
  • Retirement Homes (RH)
  • Hospitals (H)
  • Child Care (CC)
  • Schools (S)

 

Professional Resources - Outbreak Management

Facility Influenza Immunization Rates as of January 15, 2020


Date Formats (mm/dd/yyyy)

Facility NameLocationOutbreak TypeAgent IdentifiedDate DeclaredDeclared Over
Bobi's Playschool IMeafordRespiratoryCOVID-197/11/20217/23/2021

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 ** Seasonal Coronavirus is one of many agents that cause the common cold and related respiratory tract infections that occur annually in Canada; it is distinct from the novel coronavirus, which is now known as COVID-19.

 

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