DAN CEARNS, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for The Standard
NORTH DURHAM/KAWARTHA: While the province remains in a stay at home order, new COVID-19 cases continue to be reported in local communities.
As of press time, according to the Durham Regional Health Department, Uxbridge has the highest number of active cases in North Durham, with 50 cases. This includes 46 people in home isolation and four people in a hospital. Since the pandemic started, Uxbridge has had 24 deaths and 343 resolved cases.
Scugog has 18 active cases, with 17 people listed in home isolation and one person in a hospital. To date, Scugog has had 17 deaths and 284 resolved cases.
Brock Township has 32 active cases, with 31 people in home isolation and one person in a hospital. Brock has had two deaths and 100 resolved cases since the pandemic started.
Meanwhile, the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health unit is reporting Kawartha Lakes has 23 unresolved cases, 56 deaths and 666 resolved cases.