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Number of patients with confirmed COVID-19 we are currently caring for: 26

Niagara Health updates COVID-19 patient activity and testing taking place in the hospital daily at 4 p.m. See full report.

We are cautiously resuming elective surgeries and procedures on a gradual basis to ensure we have the resources to respond to current ICU pressures while being able, if needed, to rapidly respond to increases in COVID-19 activity in the hospital.

We know patients will have questions about their scheduled care, and they should contact their surgeons directly for information on timing for their surgeries and procedures.

In a health emergency, please call 911 or go to the Emergency Department.

Please note that resuming elective surgeries and procedure may take some time. We appreciate everyone’s patience, support and understanding.

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COVID-19 outbreak declared on Unit D/Stroke Unit at Niagara Falls Site

COVID-19 outbreak declared on Unit D/Stroke Unit at Niagara Falls Site

Posted Jun 10th, 2021

A unit outbreak of COVID-19 has been declared on Unit D/Stroke Unit at our Niagara Falls Site due to three healthcare-associated patient cases.

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Niagara Health COVID-19 Assessment Centre Hours Changing

Niagara Health COVID-19 Assessment Centre Hours Changing

Posted Jun 14th, 2021

Niagara Health’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre hours are changing effective June 14, 2021.

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Seymour-Hannah vaccination clinic update

Seymour-Hannah vaccination clinic update

Posted Jun 9th, 2021

There are no changes to vaccine supply at this time and the clinic team will continue to administer approximately the same number of doses each week.

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Niagara Health Gradually Lifting COVID-19 Emergency Measures

Niagara Health Gradually Lifting COVID-19 Emergency Measures

Posted Jun 9th, 2021

At Niagara Health, our inpatient COVID-19 activity is at its lowest since April 8. Our ICU capacity is stabilizing, which enables the surgical program to ramp up services postponed during the third wave.

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In It Together

At Niagara Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at the Seymour Hannah Sports & Entertainment Centre, we’ve worked alongside our #TeamNiagara colleagues, including Public Health, primary care and EMS, to find innovative ways to vaccinate as many people as quickly and safely as possible. Learn how

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COVID Care @ Home new model of care

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Niagara Health in the News

Our team members speak with members of the media to help keep our community informed on our COVID-19 response. Stay up-to-date with what our healthcare experts are saying:

“Niagara Health lifts some emergency measures as number of COVID-19 patients falls.” : Niagara Health is lifting some emergency measures as the number of COVID-19 patients being treated continues to drop. Right now, Niagara Health's inpatient COVID-19 activity is at its lowest since April 8th, meaning surgeries that were postponed during the third wave, can now go ahead. Read more here


“Niagara surpasses 300,000 vaccinations.” : Niagara health-care workers have passed another milestone, having administered more than 300,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. It adds up to 57.6 percent of the population with at least one dose, and five percent of the population with both doses. Niagara Health has administered 143,300 vaccines, Public Health adds another 112,900, and pharmacies and primary care providers are responsible for another 36,000.

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