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COVID-19 Update Northern Ontario and Northern Minnesota

COVID-19 Update Northern Ontario and Northern Minnesota

THUNDER BAY,  ONTARIO  COOK COUNTY, MINNESOTA  ~~~~  August 8, 2020  (LSN) Update on COVID-19 for Northern Ontario and Northern Minnesota, including the number of cases, deaths, and cases by age. 

August 8th: Christine Elliot, Ontario Minister of Health,  For the sixth consecutive day, Ontario is reporting fewer than 100 cases of #COVID19, with 70 new cases, a 0.2% increase. With 107 more resolved, we continue to see a decline in active cases. Yesterday, the province processed over 26,000 tests.
Hospitalizations and ICU admissions both declined with the number of vented patients remaining stable. , 29 of Ontario’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases with 15 of them reporting no new cases.

Location  Cases Deaths
Minnesota 60,101 1,648
Ontario  39,967 2,784
Northern Counties    
Cook County   4  
Lake County  20  
St Louis County (Includes Duluth)  521  
North Ontario    
Northwest Health Unit  44 0
Thunder Bay Health Unit  99 1
Algoma Health Unit  27 0
Sudbury Health Unit  92 2

Demographics - Ontario, January 15, 2020 to August 7, 2020
Case characteristics    Number
Male         18,617
Female    21,050
19 and under    2,380
20-39             12,262
40-59            12,010
60-79               7,237
80 and over     6,044

Minnesota Covid-19 by Age  Lake Superior News

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About face coverings and COVID-19 (coronavirus)
The best way to stop the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) is by staying home and avoiding close contact with others outside of your household.

It is recommended that you use a face covering (non-medical mask such as a cloth mask) to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 when physical distancing and keeping two-metres’ distance from others may be challenging or not possible, such as:

  • public transit
  • smaller grocery stores or pharmacies
  • when you are receiving essential services
  • Face coverings will not protect you from getting COVID-19.

Medical masks (surgical, medical procedure face masks and respirators like N95 masks) should be reserved for use by health care workers and first responders.

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