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Yukon adds 44 more COVID-19 cases as virus ‘broadly transmitted’ across territory

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Yukon adds 44 more COVID-19 cases as virus ‘broadly transmitted’ across territory

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Posted June 27, 2021 11: 56 pm

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Yukon is reporting 44 recent cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, largely in Whitehorse.

The diagnoses bring the whole series of intelligent cases in the territory to 124.

Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Brendan Hanley says COVID-19 is now being “broadly transmitted” at some stage in Yukon, and is recent in 11 of 14 communities.

Hospitals in the territory will assign off some non-pressing procedures and recent visitor insurance policies are expected to return into possess to limit the series of folk in the companies and products.


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Meanwhile, officials bellow a lot of child-care centres are now regarded as COVID-19 exposure locations, so Hanley is asking folk to set aside their kids dwelling from day savor two weeks if imaginable.

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Hanley has additionally declared a plague on the Whitehorse Emergency Refuge, with 15 confirmed cases in shelter guests and workers.

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