6,717 Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccine Have Been Administered In Greater Sudbury & That Is Fantastic News

In what was otherwise a grim day on the Covid-19 front in Greater Sudbury, we have been given some positive news. When it comes to vaccines in Greater Sudbury, there’s been a huge spike in the number of doses administered.

Public Health Sudbury & Districts is now reporting that they have administered 6,717 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine to people in its reporting district. The Public Health Website broke down the information into groups of people who have received the first dose, people fully vaccinated and, finally, the total amount of doses of vaccine administered.

Vaccinations in Sudbury & Districts

This data was last updated on March 2, 2021. Data will be updated as vaccine is administered.

6116 people received their first dose

601 people have been fully vaccinated

6717 total doses have been administered (includes first and second doses)

The vaccines approved for use require 2 doses, administered a few weeks apart.

This is a good sign that the pandemic is nearing its end. However, Greater Sudbury is not out of the woods yet. In a short amount of time the city has seen a huge spike in cases of Covid-19.

The number of new cases has spiked to its second highest all-time number of active cases on Tuesday, with 98 active cases.

The area that is served by Public Health Sudbury & Districts has also seen one death. This brings the total number of cases to 680 with 98 active and 582 resolved. The resolved cases also include the 14 deaths that have been reported.

Public Health Sudbury & Districts has also upgraded its screening for variants of the deadly virus. They are reporting a total of 25 cases screened for variants with only 3 confirmed cases being positive for a variant.