WHITEHORSE – Yukon is reporting 44 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, largely in Whitehorse.
The diagnoses convey the total replacement of energetic cases in the territory to 124.
Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Brendan Hanley says COVID-19 is now being “widely transmitted” throughout Yukon, and is demonstrate in 11 of 14 communities.
Hospitals in the territory will postpone some non-urgent procedures and new visitor insurance policies are expected to attain into attain to limit the replacement of individuals in the products and providers.
In the meantime, officers command several shrimp one-care centres for the time being are regarded as COVID-19 exposure locations, so Hanley is asking individuals to retain their youth home from day admire two weeks if imaginable.
Hanley has also declared an epidemic on the Whitehorse Emergency Refuge, with 15 confirmed cases in shelter company and team.
This document by The Canadian Press was first published June 27, 2021.