- Ontario NationTalk
- British Columbia NationTalk
- Quebec NationTalk
- Atlantic NationTalk
- Manitoba NationTalk
- North of 60 NationTalk
- Saskatchewan NationTalk
- Alberta NationTalk
- Sand Box Site
July 20, 2021: COVID-19 case count update
Yukon’s acting Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Catherine Elliott is reporting five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 between 12 p.m. Monday, July 19, and 12 p.m. today. With recoveries, this brings the active case count to 65.
Total number of confirmed Yukon cases since March 22, 2020: 527; 458 cases since June 1, including out of territory residents diagnosed in Yukon and probable cases.
For the new cases since 12 p.m. on July 19, there are five confirmed cases:
- Two cases are in rural communities
- Three locations are pending
Since June 1, 2021, 389 people have recovered and there have been four deaths. There have been a total of six deaths since November 2020.
The COVID-19 livestream update will take place Wednesday, July 21 at 2:30 p.m.
The acting Chief Medical Officer of Health continues to stress the importance of getting both vaccines to complete the series. Rural Health Centres and the mass clinic in Whitehorse are continuing to offer first and second doses of Moderna vaccine. Contact your local health centre or book an appointment online at the clinic in Whitehorse.
Testing and Vaccines
Testing continues to be a priority to enable health care responders to manage risk and outbreaks. Anyone experiencing symptoms in Whitehorse should call the COVID-19 Testing and Assessment Centre at 867-393-3083 or book online to arrange for testing.
People in communities should contact their rural community health centre. Testing turnaround times remain very quick, 24 hours in the previous week, and negative results can now be accessed online for faster access to results.
COVID-19 symptoms reminder
Anyone experiencing any of the following symptoms should self-isolate and arrange to be tested immediately.
- difficulty breathing
- shortness of breath
- runny nose
- sore throat
- loss of sense of taste or smell
- loss of appetite
- nausea and vomiting
- muscle aches
Communications, Health and Social Services
This article comes from NationTalk:
The permalink for this story is:
Comments are closed.