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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Sault Ste. Marie News

Ontario reports 1,553 new COVID cases Thursday

Ontario reports 1,553 new COVID cases Thursday

The province has also reported 15 deaths, 1,236 recoveries, and 65 new hospitalizations in today's update
Province says rapid antigen test makes it easier to do workplace testing

Province says rapid antigen test makes it easier to do workplace testing

Ontario is expanding the testing program to more sectors include remote communities in the North
The latest on the GFL Memorial Gardens COVID vaccination appointments

The latest on the GFL Memorial Gardens COVID vaccination appointments

Some appointments will be made available beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday morning
Two new COVID cases confirmed by APH

Two new COVID cases confirmed by APH

There are currently 21 active COVID cases in the Algoma region
Health coalition wants formal inquiry into poor health care treatment of the elderly

Health coalition wants formal inquiry into poor health care treatment of the elderly

OHC charges that elderly do not get adequate access to hospitals or long-term care treatment
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in the Sault today

Four new cases reported last night
Here's who APH has vaccinated against COVID-19 so far

Here's who APH has vaccinated against COVID-19 so far

APH says staff and essential caregivers of Algoma long-term care homes and retirement homes have been offered immunization
Vaccine passport talks ongoing, says Canada's health minister

Vaccine passport talks ongoing, says Canada's health minister

Health minister says proof of vaccination may be required for Canadian travelers looking to visit other countries, though she's not sure if Canada will require that same proof to enter the country
Ontario reports 1,508 new COVID cases Wednesday

Ontario reports 1,508 new COVID cases Wednesday

The province has also reported 14 deaths, 59 new hospitalizations, and 1,488 recoveries in today's update
Four new COVID cases confirmed by APH

Four new COVID cases confirmed by APH

This brings the total number of active cases in the region to 19