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Following peak of Omicron wave, Covid cases slowly decreasing

DAN CEARNS, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for The Standard

NORTH DURHAM/KAWARTHA: Local communities are starting to see the effects of the post-peak time of the Omicron wave.

As of press time, according to the Durham Region Health department, Scugog has 21 active cases. To date, Scugog has had 19 deaths and 900 resolved cases.

Uxbridge has 19 active cases. Since the start of the pandemic, Uxbridge has had 27 deaths and 1,027 resolved cases.

Brock Township has 21 active cases. To date, Brock has had four deaths and 514 resolved cases.

Meanwhile, according to the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit, Kawartha Lakes has 91 unresolved/active cases, 3,181 resolved cases and 73 deaths.

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