March 4, 2022 – COVID-19 Update for Thunder Bay District

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COVID Update

THUNDER BAY – COVID-19 Update – The Thunder Bay District Health Unit reports that there are 76 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the district. This brings the total number of cases of lab-confirmed COVID-19 to 211 in the District.

There are 35 patients in hospital, and 7 in Intensive Care Units.

The TBDHU has declared that the outbreak at the Thunder Bay District Jail has ended.

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is gearing up for their return to in-person concerts starting next week. Out of an abundance of caution to the health and safety of its patrons, musicians, and volunteers, the TBSO is requiring proof of vaccinations to attend these concerts.

“We are glad to see capacity limits being lifted in the province”, says TBSO Executive Director, Ryleigh Dupuis. “Being able to play to a full house is something we’ve looked forward to for some time now. However, we owe it to our patrons and musicians to be as vigilant as possible, so we’ve decided to continue to require proof of vaccination at concerts.”

Currently, the TBSO requires all musicians, contractors, staff, and volunteers to provide proof of vaccination. The health of the community is just as important as sharing the gift of music.

In-person concert tickets are now on sale. For more information or to purchase your tickets, visit www.tbso.ca.

 

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