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Facility Outbreaks in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties

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HPEPH regularly posts a notice of open outbreaks in Hospitals, Long-Term Care, and Retirement Homes throughout Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. Notices are posted during business hours when a new outbreak is declared, a causative agent is identified, affected unit(s) change, and/or an outbreak is declared over.

Outbreak Notice Number: 21-005
Updated: January 15, 2021

FacilityType of Facility*Type of OutbreakDate of OnsetDate DeclaredDate Over
Crown Ridge PlaceLTCRespiratory COVID-19Jan 14Jan 15
Hastings Manor (Belleville) Beech Villa – Secure WingLTCRespiratory
COVID-19
Jan 6Jan 8
*Type of Facility: LTC=Long Term Care RH=Ret Home H=Hosp

For further information, please contact the Infectious and Communicable Disease program at 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 349.

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