November 7, 2020 - Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) is reporting seven (7) new cases of COVID-19 in residents in the TBDHU Region.
For additional information on the status of COVID-19 in the Thunder Bay District Health Unit area, please visit the TBDHU Website.
Details of Newly Confirmed Cases
|Case Number||Exposure Category||Status||Episode Date (dd/mm/yy)||Area|
Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas
|Case #120||Close Contact||Self-Isolating||03/11/20||Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas|
|Case #121||Close Contact||Self-Isolating||06/11/20||Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas|
|Case #122||Close Contact||Self-Isolating||02/11/20||Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas|
|Case #123||Close Contact||Self-Isolating||05/11/20||Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas|
|Case #124||Close Contact||Self-Isolating||07/11/20||Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas|
|Case #125||Close Contact||Self-Isolating||07/11/20||Thunder Bay and Surrounding Areas|
*Episode date corresponds to earliest date reported according to following order: symptom onset date, specimen collection date, laboratory testing date, date reported to TBDHU
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