All COVID-19 outbreaks at long-term care homes in Brampton: Feb 15 to 21
The following is a summary of COVID-19 outbreaks declared at long-term care homes in Brampton over the past week.
From February 15 to 21, Peel Public Health declared just one outbreak at Tall Pines Retirement home (located at 1001 Peter Robertson Blvd).
According to Public Health's data, the home is experiencing a first floor suspected outbreak, and no positive cases have been confirmed at this time.
While the current outbreak was declared on February 17, the home also had a recent outbreak declared from February 5 to 16.
The current outbreak is considered still active.
For more information on all outbreaks in long-term care homes and how Public Health determines when an outbreak is declared, visit Peel Region's website.
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