18 cases in Durham, 2 dead in Ontario

Durham Health Department yesterday announced that it is actively following up on 18 positive cases of Covid-19 in the region.

Meanwhile, Ontario announced the second possible Novel Coronavirus death. A male in his 50s died in Halton. No further details were made available on Ontario Covid-19 webpage. Earlier, a potential covid-19 death was reported in Barrie.

Durham Cases:

  1. A 33-year old woman tested positive on March 18. She is at home on self-isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery.
  2. An 80-year old female resident of Hillsdale Terraces long-term care home in Oshawa, tested positive on March 18. She remains in the home on isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery.
  3. A 68-year old male resident of Hillsdale Terraces long-term care home tested positive on March 18. He remains in the home on isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery.
  4. A 71-year old male resident of Hillsdale Terraces long-term care home tested positive on March 18. He remains in the home on isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery.
  5. A 92-year old female resident of Hillsdale Terraces long-term care home tested positive on March 18. She remains in the home on isolation, where she will remain for the duration of his recovery.
  6. A 55-year old female tested positive on March 19. She is at home on self-isolation where she will remain for the duration of her recovery. Her residence location was not revealed.
  7. A 51-year old female tested positive on March 18. She is currently hospitalized at Lakeridge Health Ajax Pickering.
  8. A 42-year old man tested positive on March 17. He is at home on self-isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery. His residence location was not revealed.
  9. A 63-year old man who returned from travel to Florida on March 15, tested positive for Covid-19 on March 17. He is at home on self-isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery. His residence location was not revealed.
  10. An 82-year old man tested positive for Covid-19 on March 17. He is currently hospitalized at Lakeridge Health Oshawa.
  11. A 40-year old man returning from travel overseas and the United States on March 1, tested positive for Covid-19 on March 15. He is at home on self-isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery. His residence location was not revealed.
  12. A 51-year-old woman returned from travel to New York state on March 9, tested positive for Covid-19 on March 14. She is at home on self-isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery. Her residence location was not revealed.
  13. A 25-year-old woman, the daughter of the case above, also returned from travel to New York state on March 9, and tested positive for Covid-19 on March 14. She is at home on self-isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery. Her residence location was not revealed.
  14. A 60-year-old woman who returned from travel overseas on March 9, tested positive for Covid-19 on March 13. She is at home on self-isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery. Her residence location was not revealed.
  15. A 57-year-old male, the husband of the case above, also returned from travel overseas on March 9, and tested positive for Covid-19 on March 13. He is at home on self-isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery. His residence location was not revealed.
  16. A 72-year-old woman who returned from travel overseas on March 8, tested positive for Covid-19 on March 13. She is at home on self-isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery. Her residence location was not revealed.
  17. A 51-year-old woman who returned from travel to Iran on February 22, tested positive on February 29. She is at home on self-isolation, where she will remain for the duration of her recovery. Her residence location was not revealed.
  18. The 69-year-old husband of the case above, also tested positive for Covid-19 on February 29. He is at home on self-isolation, where he will remain for the duration of his recovery. His residence location was not revealed.

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