Peninsula Manor COVID Outbreak

COVID-19 Outbreak Announcement: Peninsula Manor Seniors Supportive Housing - OVER

March 29, 2022 - The Marathon Family Health Team and the North of Superior Healthcare Group are pleased to announce that the outbreak at Peninsula Manor Seniors Supportive Housing Facility has been officially declared over by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit.

We would like to thank the tenants of Peninsula Manor (and their families) for their support, trust and patience as we navigated through this outbreak with only 3 confirmed cases. We would also like to thank the healthcare workers and Peninsula Manor staff who worked tirelessly to manage the outbreak and keep the spirits up for those in isolation. 

To everyone in the community who has sent us well wishes and messages of support over the past weeks, thank you! Your support helped the Peninsula Manor staff and tenants stay positive throughout these challenging times.


March 25, 2022 - Peninsula Manor is reporting no new cases to the initial 3 that were previously reported on March 21, 2022. The 3 cases are included in this week’s total number of positive cases.

March 21, 2022 – The Marathon Family Health Team and the North of Superior Healthcare Group (NOSH) are reporting that an outbreak has been declared at Peninsula Manor Seniors Supportive Housing. 
A COVID-19 outbreak is declared in a congregate living setting when two confirmed positive cases are connected. This weekend, three Peninsula Manor tenants tested positive for the virus. 
The individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 are currently in self-isolation. All other tenants are being asked to stay in their apartments to limit their contact with others and to reduce the risk of virus transmission. 
NOSH update
To help contain any further spread of the virus, Peninsula Manor will be on lockdown until further notice (with the exception of ECPs entering through tenants outside doors). In adherence with provincial outbreak measures, NOSH will also be implementing outbreak management measures, including increased infection prevention and control practices and surveillance testing for affected individuals.
All tenants, along with NOSH staff who work in Peninsula Manor, will be closely monitored for symptoms and will undergo a surveillance swabbing protocol.  
NOSH will be working closely with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit to manage the outbreak and to protect their patients and staff.

 

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