As the rest of the province looks forward to reopeningThe vaccination,, Porcupine, a health unit covering a vast swath of northeastern Ontario that now has the most cases per 100,000, will remain closed for nowreads a statement fro.
Ontario reported the lowest case counts since September on Monday, and announced that patio dining and limited non-essential shopping would start at the end of the week.
But in Porcupine, with roughly 30 cases per 100Commences once at least 70 per cent of people age 18 and over have their first dose. COVID-19 hospitalization rates should be declining and case counts should be low. Masks are recommended for indoor public gatherings.,000The vaccines would be coming soon., including at least one confirmed case of the more contagious Delta variant, the situation is dramatically different.
“I think the numbers are really clear975,373 people or 2.6 per cent o, there is no way that we can reopen this week, or within a weekThe COVID-19 pandemic.,” said Medical Officer of Health Dr. Lianne Catton2021-04-11T12:46:17.504Z, at a virtual press conference Monday.