Current status (COVID-19)

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

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

COVID-19 vaccine

For details on upcoming vaccination clinics, visit our vaccination clinics page.

Vaccination delivered by Public Health Sudbury & Districts

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

The table below includes vaccinations administered through Public Health Sudbury & Districts, including those delivered by First Nation and Indigenous communities, hospitals, and primary care partners.

It does not include vaccinations administered by other partners such as pharmacies. For an update on the total number of vaccinations administered in Public Health’s service area, including pharmacies, read the COVID-19 in Sudbury & districts: Weekly Update which is produced on Thursdays. Looking for more information about vaccination activities in our service area? Read our detailed vaccination report which is produced weekly on Tuesdays.

July 28, 2021, at 4 p.m. / 28 juillet 2021 à 16 h 
Total doses* received /
Nombre total de doses* reçues
258 430
Total doses administered (includes first and second doses) /
Nombre total de doses administrées (incluant les première et deuxième doses)
230 886
Number of people who received their first dose /
Nombre de personnes ayant reçu leur première dose
129 323
Number of people who are fully vaccinated /
Nombre de personnes complètement vaccinées
101 563
Number of doses wasted /
Nombre de doses gaspillées
252
Percentage of doses wasted /
Proportion de doses gaspillées
0.11%

*The value for the number of doses received is based on the doses per vial that is listed on each vaccine product monograph (information sheet) and not the actual number of doses extracted from each vial. However, it is common to be able to get one additional dose per vial. Number of doses listed on each vaccine product monograph—Pfizer: 6 doses; Moderna: 10 doses; Astra Zeneca: 10 doses.

The vaccines approved for use require 2 doses, administered a few weeks apart.

COVID-19 testing data

COVID-19 testing data is updated Monday to Friday, at 4 p.m., and is current as of two days prior. Monday’s report includes data from Saturday and Tuesday’s report includes data from Sunday.

July 28, 2021 / 28 juillet 2021Current /
Actuellement
Previous / PrécédemmentChange from previous report (numbers) /
Changement par rapport au rapport précédent (nombres)
Total tests performed | Nombre total de tests effectués
268 118267 854264 (increase / augmentation)

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

COVID-19 case data

Starting Friday, July 23, Public Health will only report COVID-19 case data Monday through Friday at 4 p.m. (excluding statutory holidays). We will also continue to post a detailed epidemiology summary on Monday that includes information about cases over time, case characteristics, probable exposures, case outcomes, testing, and outbreaks in facilities.

A weekly update is available with additional information to complement the daily report. It will be updated every week on Thursday.

July 28, 2021 at 4 p.m. /
28 juillet 2021 à 16 h
Current / ActuellementPrevious / PrécédemmentChange from previous report (numbers) / Changement par rapport au rapport précédent (nombres)
Cases1 | Cas12 1832 1830
Active cases | Nombre de cas actifs 7 81 decrease / diminution
Resolved cases2 | Cas réglés22 1762 1751 increase / augmentation
Deceased | Décès 31 310
Deaths reported in Greater Sudbury | Décès signalés dans le Grand Sudbury 31 310
Deaths reported in the Sudbury District | Décès signalés dans le district de Sudbury 0 00
Deaths reported in the Manitoulin District | Décès signalés dans le district de Manitoulin 0 00
Cases confirmed or presumed to be variants of concern3 | Nombre de cas d'infection à un variant préoccupant3 999 9981 increase / augmentation
Area | Secteur
Greater Sudbury | Grand Sudbury2 027 total

5 active | actifs
2 022 resolved | réglés
2 0270
Sudbury District | District de Sudbury 114 total

0 active | actifs
114 resolved | réglés
1140
Sudbury North4 | District Nord4 0 active | actifsN/AN/A
Sudbury West5 | District Ouest5 0 active | actifsN/AN/A
Sudbury East6 | District Est6 0 active | actifsN/AN/A
Manitoulin District | District de Manitoulin 42 total

2 active | actifs
40 resolved | réglés
420
Probable exposure status of cases | Catégories d'exposition probable
Outbreak-associated | Lien avec une éclosion 504 5040
Close contact of a confirmed case | Personne ayant eu des contacts étroits avec un cas confirmé1 2681 2680
Travel-related | Liée à un voyage 90 900
No known epidemiological link (unknown exposure) | Aucun lien épidémiologique connu (à catégorie d'exposition inconnue) 321 3210
Under investigation | Sous enquête 0 00
Sex7 | Sexe7
Male | Masculin 805 8050
Female | Féminin 855 8550
Not specified | Non spécifié 523 5230
Age groups7 | Groupes d'âge7
19 and under | 19 ans ou moins 523 5230
20-39 | De 20 à 39 ans 716 7160
40-59 | De 40 à 59 ans 547 5470
60-79 | De 60 à 79 ans 302 3020
80 and over | 80 ans ou plus 95 950
Not specified | Non spécifié 0 00

1(New, November 24, 2020) Case counts include laboratory confirmed cases as well as probable cases as defined by the Ontario Ministry of Health (probable case definition [PDF]), except for individuals who have a preliminary positive result—these are individuals who have a positive result from a point-of-care test and for whom laboratory confirmation is required. The case count also includes 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.
3Inclusive of cases confirmed positive for variants of concern and cases with a mutation profile consistent with variants of concern. Starting July 23, 2021, confirmed and presumed variants of concern will be reported together, as some samples are not tested through whole genome sequencing once a mutation profile known to be associated with a variant of concern is identified.
4Sudbury North: Sudbury Unorganized North Part (except Willisville & Whitefish Falls), Chapleau, Chapleau 74A, Foleyet, Mattagami 71, Gogama, Cartier
5Sudbury West: Sables-Spanish Rivers, Shakespeare, Baldwin, Nairn & Hyman, Espanola, Lee Valley, (Sudbury Unorganized North Part), Willisville & Whitefish Falls
6Sudbury East: Markstay-Warren, St. Charles, French River, Alban, Killarney, McGregor Bay, Whitefish Lake 6
7Data on sex and age groups are listed as unspecified until there are sufficient numbers to allow them to be assigned to the appropriate categories. This ensures that individual cases cannot be identified. Sex is not specified for cases aged 19 years and under.

Outbreaks of COVID-19 and potential exposure risks

This section is updated when information is available. Public Health reports all outbreaks when there are no personal privacy concerns related to the situation. We also report possible exposures for which Public Health is unable to contact everyone directly to advise them of their potential exposure to COVID-19.

COVID-19 outbreaks

Information in this section will be removed one week after an outbreak is declared over.

Updated: July 15, 2021, 10:50 a.m. / Mises à jour : 15 juillet 2021 à 10 h 50
Setting | LieuFacility name | Nom d’établissementStatus | ÉtatArea | SecteurDate declared (yyyy/mm/dd) | Date déclarée (ans/mois/jour)Date declared over
(yyyy/mm/dd) | Date déclarée terminée (ans/mois/jour)
NilNilNilNilNilNil

Potential exposure risks

Public Health Sudbury & Districts will list locations open to the public where a positive case of COVID-19 worked or visited or attended during their infectious period when:

Locations will be removed from the list 21 days following exposure.

Updated: Ontario Northland bus 2106 and 5401 on Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Updated: Public Health Sudbury & Districts is advising the public of a potential exposure to COVID-19 for anyone who travelled on Ontario Northland bus 2106 and 5401 on TuesdayJuly 13, 2021. This Ontario Northland bus service departed Toronto-Union Station at 11:30 p.m. with service to North Bay and transfer service to Sudbury.

Actions to take:

Anyone on board Ontario Northland bus routes 2106 and 5401 on July 13, 2021, is advised to follow public health guidance:

Detailed epidemiology summary

The detailed epidemiology summary is produced on Mondays.

Monday, July 26, 2021 – 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.

Detailed COVID-19 vaccination report

The detailed vaccination report is produced on Tuesdays.

Tuesday, July 27, 2021 – Detailed COVID-19 vaccination report (PDF, 271 KB) provides data on COVID-19 vaccination activities in our service area. It includes information about vaccine administration over time, by regions, by brand, by dose and by age groups. The report also provides additional context by comparing our data to Ontario.

This item was last modified on July 28, 2021