COVID-19 outbreak declared at retirement home in Mississauga
Peel Public Health declared a COVID-19 outbreak this week at a long term care home in Mississauga.
On Tuesday, February 2, an outbreak was declared at Chartwell Robert Speck Retirement Residence, located at 100 Robert Speck Parkway.
The home is currently reporting one staff case and no resident cases or deaths.
The outbreak is considered still active at this time.
For more information on all active COVID-19 outbreaks, visit Peel Region’s website.
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