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5 breakthrough COVID-19 cases tied to outbreak at RVilla retirement home in Haldimand County

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COVID-19 outbreak declared on the weekend at a retirement community in Caledonia is tied to fully vaccinated residents at the facility.The breakthrough cases among the five residents and involve “mild symptoms” discovered through testing at the Argyle Street South home, according to the region’s EMS Chief Sarah Page.Page said the bulk of the residents at that home have had two shots of an approved COVID-19 vaccine but did not say if any had yet received a third booster shot.

Data clean up expected to bump up Haldimand-Norfolk’s vaccination rate “I believe we have ninety-nine percent of all residents done at that long-term care retirement home, so it’s my understanding those five cases are fully vaccinated,” Page said in an update on.

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