THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ November 19, 2020 (LSN) The Thunder Bay Health Unit is reporting Eleven New Covid Cases all are listed as exposure though Close Contact. Kenora, Dryden, Thunder Bay, Sault Ste Marie, Sudbury, North Bay, Ontario
Since March their have be 200 cases of Covid reported by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit of which 58 are active.
Todate there have been 70,423 Covid test done with 70,223 Negative and 200 postive
In the last two week there are been two groups of Exposure related to the City of Thunder Bay Pickle Ball Program
We reported on a number of November 14th groups that Pickle Ball Player who played Pickle Ball between November 3rd and November 13th should immediately self-isolate at home.
They have since reported that Pickleball exposure accounts for 29 COVID-19 cases in Thunder Bay
The TBHU states that anyone who has played at
On November 11th the Thunder Bay District Health Unit says so far it has confirmed that 17 cases of COVID-19 are connected to an outbreak at two Adult & Teen Challenge facilities in the city.
At the present time, the Thunder Bay District Health Unit has not said if more case have been attributed to these two outbreaks of COVID
To find the Latest COVID numbers visit the TBDHU Website
Ontario's COVID-19 restriction levels
Ontario's new framework classes public health regions into five levels, including lockdown
Red (Control)Orange (Restrict)Yellow (Protect)Green (Prevent)
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