Three new COVID-19 outbreaks declared at congregate living settings in Milton

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Published January 13, 2022 at 1:50 pm

Halton Region has declared three COVID-19 outbreaks this week at undisclosed congregate living settings in Milton.

According to regional data, the undisclosed congregate living settings which are being referred to as “Congregate Living – 103, 104 and 106” have active cases of the virus.

The outbreak at Congregate Living – 103 was declared on Jan. 10 and currently has two “role not specified cases.”

The outbreak at Congregate Living – 104 was declared on Jan. 11 and currently has two resident cases and two non-Halton cases.
The outbreak at Congregate Living – 106 was declared on Jan. 12 and currently has one non-Halton case.

“As with all congregate living setting outbreaks, Halton Region Public Health continues to work closely with the setting to manage the outbreak and ensure public health measures are in place,” said Halton Region Public Health in a statement to insauga about a previous outbreak at a congregate living setting in Milton.

“The name of the affected location is not shared publicly on our dashboard for privacy reasons and will be published only if Halton Region Public Health is unable to reach all individuals who may be at risk associated with the outbreak.”

 

 

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