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What you need to know about the uptick in RSV cases

What you need to know about the uptick in RSV cases

Public Health Sudbury and District warns that there is an increase of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) across Canada now that cold and flu season is here
Weekly COVID update: Four new deaths, risk index stays high

Weekly COVID update: Four new deaths, risk index stays high

Less than a week into the month of November and Public Health Sudbury has logged five COVID-19-related deaths
New specialized dementia care units created in southern Ontario

New specialized dementia care units created in southern Ontario

Province investing in innovative care models to provide people with more connected, convenient care
Hospital tightens security after incident with starter pistol

Hospital tightens security after incident with starter pistol

More security staff in Emergency Room, a new surveillance camera and more planning and preparedness by hospital staff are among changes in the works
Hospital CEO’s $400K a year contract renewed for 5 years

Hospital CEO’s $400K a year contract renewed for 5 years

Giroux is the top executive at Health Sciences North as well as the Health Sciences North Research Institute
Province pushing flu shots for people six months and older

Province pushing flu shots for people six months and older

Sudbury residents strongly encouraged to get their flu shot especially in light of at least one influenza case that was confirmed in the Sudbury jurisdiction last week
Public health numbers reveal total of 10 COVID deaths for October

Public health numbers reveal total of 10 COVID deaths for October

Since March of 2020, there have been 185 COVID related deaths assigned to the Sudbury public health jurisdiction.
Public Health issues annual report on the pandemic year 2021

Public Health issues annual report on the pandemic year 2021

Titled “Strong and Steady In Uncertain Times”, the report highlights the scope of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Pandemic restrictions take a toll on kids’ physical fitness

Pandemic restrictions take a toll on kids’ physical fitness

Sudbury medical officer of health is encouraging school boards and sports organizations to step up physical activities for young people
COVID admissions up more than 50% at Health Sciences North

COVID admissions up more than 50% at Health Sciences North

Staff shortages are contributing to the struggle at local hospital