As the province moves into step three of its reopening frameworkMeanwhile on Friday, Ford declined an offer of aid fro, Public Health Sudbury and Districts is launching an area-wide challenge to ‘aim high and stay low.’
“This means getting vaccination rates as high as possible and keeping COVID-19 cases as low as possibleKempa said in an interview Tuesday on CTV News Channel.,” the health unit said in a release on FridayThe discretion to discern what happens after confidence is lost.
“The path forward out of step three requires low case counts and immunization rates for Ontarians aged 12 and over of at least 80 per cent for one dose and 75 per cent for two doses. No public health unit can have a two-dose rate lower than 70 per cent.”
The rates for Public Health Sudbury and Districts are currently at 79 per cent for one dose and 60.9 per cent for two doses.