Under the Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA), healthcare institutions (hospitals, long-term care homes and retirement homes) are required to monitor staff and...
Name of the healthcare institution where the outbreak has been declared
Street address of the institution
The type of facility, in terms of the type of healthcare provided
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The mode of transmission classification description of the outbreak
The first aetiological agent(s) that have been identified from one or more outbreak-related cases, when an agent is confirmed.
The second aetiological agent(s) that have been identified from one or more outbreak-related cases, when an agent is confirmed.
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The date the institution reports the outbreak to TPH
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In general, respiratory and enteric outbreaks are declared over if no new cases have been detected in the facility for a period of time equal to atleast one full incubation period plus one full period of communicability for the particular outbreak organism
Institutional outbreaks remain active until they have been declared over and the public health investigation is closed.
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