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Public Assistance Request Dog Bite

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Public Assistance Request Dog Bite The Grey Bruce Health Unit is seeking assistance from the public in finding the owner of a dog involved in a biting incident that occurred at a home in Hanover on June 27, 2020. The dog is believed to live in Dundalk but may be in the Hanover area. The dog is a two year old beige, black and white Kinta named Titan.
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Swimmers Itch A common concern

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Swimmer’s Itch A common concern The Grey Bruce Health Unit reminds residents and visitors of the risk associated with Swimmer’s Itch.
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Indeterminate Case - Restaurant Saugeen Shores

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There was an indeterminate case of COVID-19 at a Restaurant in Saugeen Shores reported on Saturday June 27th to the Health Unit. It is our protocol to investigate each Probable or Indeterminate Case with the same rigor as Confirmed Positive. The Infectious Disease team at the Grey Bruce Health Unit completed the required Case and Contact Management as per public health protocols within 3 hours of receiving the lab result, and ensured all close contacts are safe and acting appropriately to preven...
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Public Health Interventions to Support Safe Re-opening

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The Grey Bruce Health Unit’s ultimate goal is to achieve safe re-opening as fast as possible while still maintaining the successful control over the outbreak and community transmission of Covid-19 to ensure the health and safety of the population. This can be achieved with a balanced approach to any decision related to public health measures.
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Overdose Prevention

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Grey Bruce has experienced multiple fatal overdoses in the past three months. The Grey Bruce Health Unit urges caution when using all drugs. If using drugs alone is unavoidable, anyone about to use drugs in Ontario can call the toll free Overdose Prevention Line at 1-888-853-8542.
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