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TWH - 6B Fell Date declared: January 13, 2021 Patients affected: 3 Staff affected: 3(As of January 19, 2021)
TGH - 6ES Date declared: January 9, 2021 Patients affected: 3 Staff affected: 3(As of January 19, 2021)
TR - Bickle - South 4 Date declared: December 21, 2020 Patients affected: 21 Staff affected: 12(As of January 15, 2021)
Outbreaks Declared Over
TR - Bickle - South 3 Date declared: January 7, 2021 Declared over: January 20, 2021Patients affected: 1 Staff affected: 2
TR - Bickle - North 5 - TCU Date declared: December 23, 2020 Declared over: January 15, 2021Patients affected: 2 Staff affected: 2
TGH - 4MB Date declared: December 29, 2020 Declared over: January 12, 2021 Patients affected: 2 Staff affected: 2
TGH - Cardiovascular Investigations Unit (Cath Lab) Date declared: December 17, 2020 Declared over: December 29, 2020 Patients affected: 0 Staff affected: 2
TR - UC - 7 South Date declared: October 21, 2020 Declared over: November 6, 2020 Staff affected: 2 Patients affected: 4
TWH - Units 8A & 8B Date declared: October 15, 2020 Declared over: October 31, 2020 Staff affected: 7 Patients affected: 3
TWH - Unit 9A Date declared: May 8, 2020 Declared over: June 1, 2020
TWH - Unit 3B Date declared: April 29, 2020 Declared over: May 20, 2020
TWH - Unit 4B Date declared: April 18, 2020 Declared over: May 14, 2020
TWH - Emergency Department Date declared: May 13, 2020 Declared over: May 22, 2020
TWH - Units 8A & 8B COVID positive units Date declared: April 28, 2020 Declared over: May 16, 2020
Total staff affected by these outbreaks:
61Cumulative to June 5, 2020, when the last outbreak was declared over.
The definition of a COVID-19 outbreak in a hospital is set by the province of Ontario. It is declared when there is evidence of transmission of the disease within the hospital on a single unit. Below is how we decide if there is a COVID-19 outbreak at UHN, where we have a low threshold to declaring an outbreak. Declaring an outbreak lets us put in additional measures to work towards preventing further transmission.
Definition of a COVID-19 outbreak involving patients and staffWhen we have one hospital-acquired patient case, we investigate and initiate outbreak measures to mitigate risk while discussing the situation with Toronto Public Health. Sometimes we call an outbreak on just the one case, depending on the situation. Other times we continue with heightened precautions. If a second case in a patient or staff member occurs within 14 days, an outbreak may be called.
Definition of a COVID-19 outbreak involving staff onlyIf two or more cases occur within 14 days and there is reasonable concern for acquisition of infection within the hospital in these cases – an outbreak is called.
For non-COVID, communicable disease outbreaks, UHN defines an outbreak as an occurrence of cases of an infectious disease in excess of what would normally be expected on a clinical unit or units, where patient safety is deemed to be at risk. Read UHN’s
outbreak policy to learn more about how we handle communicable disease outbreaks at our hospitals.
It is a joint decision made by UHN – with our Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) and Occupational Health teams – and Toronto Public Health.
For all outbreaks
On-going UHN-wide measures throughout the pandemic
All staff continue to be asked to:
Our hospitals remain open and there is no reason to be worried about coming to any UHN hospital or our Emergency Departments. All UHN hospitals remain safe places to receive care.If you are a patient with concerns about coming to the hospital, please contact Patient Relations at 416 340 4907 or
firstname.lastname@example.org, who can answer your questions and provide support.