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Three new cases of COVID-19 in Kenora


Northwestern Health Unit has received a report of three new positive COVID-19 test results in the Kenora region. Follow up with the persons involved and their contacts has started according to protocol. Anyone who is identified as a contact for this case will be contacted directly.

For reasons of privacy, NWHU does not release or comment on information about the location of COVID-19 test results. Information about gender, age and method of transmission will be posted to the Ontario COVID data website when it is available.

At this time, there are no cases reported in area schools, daycares or long-term care homes.

The last positive case reported in Kenora was November 6.

We recommend that everyone assume COVID-19 is in their community and practise preventive measures like physical distancing, wearing a mask in enclosed public spaces and when physical distancing is a challenge, good hand hygiene, and not touching their face. Anyone who has symptoms, or who has been in contact with a positive case, should get tested. For information about getting tested, please visit the NWHU website for instructions on how to schedule an appointment at an assessment centre.

If you have questions for the Medical Officer of health, Dr. Kit Young-Hoon, she participates in a live Question and Answer session Thursdays at 1 p.m. over Facebook Live at the NWHU Facebook page. You can also access the chat through GoToMeeting, with links available here:

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