November 15, 2020 – Ten New Cases of COVID-19 Reported by TBDHU

Thunder Bay COVID-19

Thunder Bay – COVID-19 – The Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) is reporting 10 (ten) new COVID-19 cases in residents in the TBDHU Region.

All of the new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported by Thunder Bay District Health Unit are a result of close contact to another person exposed to COVID-19.

All of the individuals are reported to be self-isolating.

This brings the number of cases in the region to 160 cases since the pandemic started. There are currently thirty-seven active cases in the region. There are no reports that anyone is in hospital or in serious condition.

Ontario is reportedly looking toward more regulations and restrictions as what appears to be a solid second wave of COVID-19 continues.

There is no word from the TBDHU on the reported incidents related to Pickleball play at local community centres.

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