Today, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) reported another two new COVID-19 cases in Huntsville: an 80+ year-old woman whose infection is under investigation, and a 65-79 year-old female whose infection was community acquired.
There have now been twelve COVID-19 cases reported for Huntsville this month, eight of them in the past week.
Of the 66 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Huntsville to date, 10 are active and one is in hospital in Huntsville. Two people have died from the disease in Huntsville, as well as a third person in Muskoka Lakes.
There have been 23 COVID-19 cases in Huntsville since Jan. 1. Almost 60 per cent of Huntsville’s cases to date (38) have occurred in the past three months of the pandemic. In Lake of Bays, there have been six cases in total, all of which are resolved.
There have been a total of 213 cases reported in Muskoka to date (24 of them currently active) and 6,082 in Simcoe County (580 active). (For a full list of Huntsville and Lake of Bays cases to date, and other COVID-19 updates for the area, visit our COVID-19 page.)
Simcoe Muskoka entered the province’s Red-Control zone last Tuesday.
For more COVID-19 information from the health unit, visit simcoemuskokahealth.org.
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