Beginning February 1st, Seaforth’s emergency department will be closed at night.
The Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance said that due to a “sudden medical staffing shortage related to COVID-19,” the emergency department at Seaforth Community Hospital will be operating at its normal hours of 5 p.m. from February 1 to February 6. said it would be closed from 7am to 7am. expected to reopen.
On January 28, a COVID-19 outbreak was declared at Seaforth’s inpatient ward and all admission to the ward was closed. His COVID-19 outbreak was declared Tuesday in the inpatient ward of Clinton General Hospital, and the hospital was also closed.
In total, 10 people are dealing with COVID-19 in Huron Perth hospitals.
Two long-term care facilities in the area are also currently dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. Eight of his Huron-Perth residents, most of whom are over the age of 75, have died from her COVID-19 since Jan. 1, according to the Huron Perth Health Unit.
“We extend our condolences to the loved ones of these individuals.
She said, “COVID-19 remains a serious disease for some people, especially the elderly. Although there are signs of improvement, actions are being taken to protect those most vulnerable to severe consequences from this virus. It is important to continue to take