Case Counts reported December 19, 2021

FOURTY new cases have been reported in the past 24 hours in Grey Bruce (9 – West Grey, 5 – Owen Sound, 5 – Saugeen Shores, 4 – Grey Highlands, 3 – Arran-Elderslie, 3 – Meaford, 2 – Huron-Kinloss, 2 – South Bruce, 2 – The Blue Mountains, 1 – Georgian Bluffs, 1 – Hanover, 1 – Kincardine, 1 – South Bruce Peninsula, 1 – Southgate) bringing the total confirmed cases to date to 2,808 (including 1 confirmed case of the Omicron Variant)

·       187 active cases

  • 1500+ Active High Risk Contacts – High Risk Contacts is reported as an estimates as the number is evolving by the hour

·       2593 resolved cases
·       4 confirmed local active cases hospitalized in Grey Bruce due to COVID-19
·       0 confirmed case from Grey Bruce is hospitalized outside of Grey Bruce due to COVID-19
·       16 deaths in Grey Bruce
·       +1 death related to a Grey Bruce resident that acquired the infection and was treated outside of Grey Bruce
·       +7 deaths related to Grey Bruce residents that acquired the infection in Grey Bruce however passed away outside of Grey Bruce
·       Local and Provincial data may not align as cases with unconfirmed cause of death are not included above but are included in the Provincial data.
·       125 cases reported in health care workers; reports health care workers living in Grey Bruce and working both in and outside Grey Bruce

Active Outbreaks:

Eight Facilities in COVID-19 outbreak reported in Schools

    • Timothy Christian School
    • St. Dominique Savio
    • St. Mary’s High School
    • Mildmay-Carrick Public School
    • John Diefenbaker Senior School
    • Saugeen District Secondary School
    • Grey Highlands Secondary School
    • Hepworth Central School

One Facility in COVID-19 outbreak. Reported in Childcare Centres

    • Timothy Christian School – Before and After School Program

Future Vaccination PlanningVaccine Schedule

  • For week of December 20, first and second dose may walk-in at all clinics. Those 5-11 and Third dose requires an appointment at all clinics. See Vaccine Clinics – details at Vaccine Schedule (Make sure to scroll to the proper page of the schedule)
  • Starting Monday, December 20, 2021, individuals aged 18 and over will be eligible to schedule their booster dose appointment through the Ontario’s booking portal, by calling the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre, through Indigenous-led vaccination clinics, participating pharmacies and primary care settings. Appointments will be booked three months (84 days) after a second dose as the province urgently expands booster eligibility to millions more individuals.

Vaccine Data Overview not available on holidays and weekends. Will be updated on Monday December 20, 2021

Resolved and Active Case by Municipality data not available on holidays and weekends. Will be updated Monday December 20, 2021