Current status (COVID-19)

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Status of testing and cases in Public Health Sudbury & Districts’ service area

These numbers include data from the active surveillance occurring in long-term care homes and emergency child care centres.

These data are preliminary and subject to change, pending further review.

Summary of COVID-19 testing

This table will be updated daily by 12 p.m. with testing numbers as of the previous day at 5 p.m.

Effective June 8, 2020, all post-test counselling for COVID-19 will be provided to patients by the assessment centres or other health care providers who offer testing, and Public Health Sudbury & Districts will stop providing post-test counselling to each person tested. As a result, Public Health will no longer request and receive personal information from the testing locations to report on individual under investigation as well as those who tested negative. Public Health will continue to contact every person who tests positive for COVID-19 to follow up. This process is aligned with how Public Health manages other diseases of public health significance, as per the Health Protection and Promotion Act (O.Reg.135/18).

COVID-19 testing as of July 4, 2020, at 5 p.m.:
Tests de dépistage de la COVID-19 en date du 4 juillet 2020, à 17 h :
Total tests performed | Nombre total de tests effectués17 381
Confirmed cases are reported as soon as publicly available, 24/7/365
Les cas confirmés sont annoncés dès qu’ils sont rendus publics, 24/24, 7/7
Confirmed cases | Cas confirmés1

Last confirmation: June 22, 2020, at 2 p.m.
Dernier résultat positif confirmé : 22 juin 2020, à 14 h
67
Resolved | Cas réglés267
Deceased | Décès 2

1Patient tested positive – refers to all patients who tested positive, including those who have resolved in accordance with current public health criteria.
2Patient tested positive but is resolved according to current public health criteria. This number includes persons who are deceased.

Learn more about Public Health Sudbury & Districts’ role in COVID-19 testing.

Information on confirmed cases of COVID-19

This table will be updated as soon as data are publicly available.

Cases and demographics | Cas et données démographiques
Sex | Sexe
Male | Masculin25
Female | Féminin38
Not specified | Non spécifié4
Age groups | Groupes d’âge
19 and under | 19 ans ou moins4
20-39 | De 20 à 39 ans19
40-59 | De 40 à 59 ans24
60-79 | De 60 à 79 ans18
80 and over | 80 ans ou plus2
Area | Secteur
Greater Sudbury | Grand Sudbury61
Sudbury District | District de Sudbury2
Manitoulin District | District de Manitoulin4
Probable exposure status of cases (note: exposure categories have been revised to better capture the nature of close contacts) | Catégorie d’exposition probable (note : nous avons revu les catégories d’exposition afin que la nature des contacts étroits soit mieux cernée)
Travel-related | Personne ayant voyagé22
Contact of a travel-related case | Contact avec une personne ayant voyagé4
No travel and no contact with a known case (unknown exposure) | Aucun voyage ni aucun contact avec un cas connu (à catégorie d’exposition inconnue)22
Contact of a case with unknown exposure | Contact avec une personne à catégorie d’exposition inconnue19
Pending/undetermined | Situation à venir ou indéterminée0

Detailed epidemiology summary

Effective June 20, 2020, the detailed epidemiology summary will only be produced on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.

Public Health Sudbury & Districts’ detailed epidemiology summary (PDF, 1 MB) provides data on COVID-19 activity in our service area. It includes information about cases over time, case characteristics, probable exposures, case outcomes, testing, and outbreaks in facilities. The summary also provides additional context by comparing our data to other regions in Ontario.

This item was last modified on July 5, 2020