COVID-19 in Huron and Perth

As of April 8, 2021, at 12:01 a.m., a Stay-at-Home order is in effect for all of Ontario, including Huron Perth. This means that you must stay at home and only go out for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated or for testing), for outdoor exercise, attending school, or for work that cannot be done remotely. 

Learn more about the public health measures and restrictions during the state of emergency and Stay-at-Home order

In addition to confirmed cases listed below, please know that there is local spread of the COVID-19 virus across Huron and Perth as well as the rest of Ontario. We must all act as if we could come into contact with COVID-19 anywhere in our community and as if we could pass COVID-19 on unknowingly.

About the data:

  • The data are updated on weekdays.
  • Data are current as of 1:30 p.m. the previous day.
  • Please note that instead of Saturday reporting, HPPH will report twice on Friday: the first time to report Thursday's data, and the second time to report Friday data as of 1:30 p.m.

  • The confirmed positive count is a cumulative total, and includes any resolved cases or fatalities. Some cases may be reassigned geographic areas as we receive more information.
  • We are aware that there have been some shipment errors between collection and the lab in a very small number of swabs and those tests are not included in these results. 
  • This is not a real-time tool but is meant to keep the community informed on trends we are seeing. We report positive cases, and demographic trends of positive cases such as age, gender and municipality.
  • We also report the province's estimate of the total number of tests taken in Huron and Perth counties. This number will include repeat tests on the same individual.

COVID Testing and Case Data in Huron and Perth | April 12, 2021

To view current Huron-Perth information:

  • Hover over the box below and scroll down. 
  • If viewing on a mobile device: you may need to turn to it to a horizontal (landscape) orientation.
  • You can also see the same information at Huron Perth Public Health on Tableau Public.

Additional COVID-19 data sources and reports: