Reports and infographics (COVID-19)

Public Health Sudbury & Districts has prepared the following reports and infographics which highlight our role as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The COVID-19 Pandemic Response: Partner Debrief Summary Report

January 2023

To build better and foster, more resilient, and healthy communities, Public Health Sudbury & Districts understands that partnerships, collaborations, and collective action are necessary for a successful emergency response. This summary report highlights feedback from partners from across Sudbury and Districts about their experiences with the local COVID-19 response. The feedback was gained through 16 sector specific focus group sessions and an online survey. Partners were asked about enablers and challenges, key lessons learned, and what future steps may be needed to support emergency response. Many positive aspects to the local COVID-19 response as well as opportunities to enhance and improve response work as a system were identified. For more details, see the full report.

2022 COVID-19 Response by the Numbers and Recovery Progress Report

February 2023

Public Health continues to balance its COVID-19 pandemic response activities while increasing recovery efforts for key public health programs and services, and recovery priority areas. The 2022 COVID-19 Response by the Numbers and Recovery Progress Report (PDF, 2 MB) includes activities and indicators illustrating our COVID-19 response efforts in 2022 and an update on the progress made on recovery efforts between September 2022 and December 2022. Previous COVID-19 recovery and progress reports, as well as indicators about our activities, are available on this page.

Public Health Sudbury & Districts Recovery Plan Progress Report: March – August 2022

September 2022

Public Health is making progress toward recovery. As work continues to shift from pandemic response to resuming critical programs and services, we are tracking achievements and monitoring outcomes. This report summarizes progress in the four community-focused recovery priorities as well as our internal people and processes priority. The aim is that together, action on these priorities will put us back on track to optimally support communities through the full scope of public health programs and services.

Public Health Sudbury & Districts and the COVID-19 Pandemic: From risk to recovery and resilience

February 2022

Signaling hope and a brighter future, the Public Health Sudbury & Districts and the COVID-19 Pandemic: From risk to recovery and resilience report highlights priorities for public health action in support of healthy communities locally: Levelling up opportunities for health, fostering mental health gains, getting children back on track, and supporting safe spaces.

2021 COVID-19 Response by the numbers

February 2022

The 2021 COVID-19 Response by the numbers (PDF) report demonstrates the agency’s ongoing responsibilities and transparency to stakeholders, clients, and community members by showcasing key activities and indicators of success.

COVID-19: Respond, Recover, Restore Infographic

June 2021

Since March 2020, Public Health Sudbury & Districts has been sharply focused on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. As immunization rates rise, we are turning the corner to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and what it means for our collective recovery.

COVID-19 vaccination program infographic

May 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine program infographic summarizes key progress locally.

Weekly reports

This item was last modified on October 11, 2023