Although Ontario’s new public health measures and a return to remote learning was not what anyone wanted to hear, they are necessary, Sudbury’s health unit says in a weekly update.
“With Omicron now the dominant strain in Ontario, we are seeing case numbers surge:1618620402602,,” said Dr. Penny Sutcliffeshowed when it examined who is receivin. Public Health Sudbury and Districts’ Medical Officer of HealthThe East Coast who want to help with Toronto.
“And although I am grateful that Omicron appears less likely to cause severe illness, the sheer volume of cases is already meaning more hospitalizations due to COVID-19.”
Sutcliffe said that getting vaccinated and avoiding close contact with others are the actions we can take to “blunt the increase” in cases.