Public Health Sudbury & Districts has released its recovery plan to return some normal programming back to the district after the intense focus on the pandemic the last two years.
Yesterday, the Board of Health for Public Health Sudbury & Districts reviewed statistics detailing the intensity and volume of the agency’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic—now nearing the two-year mark.
This was followed by a discussion of Public Health’s plan for pandemic recovery.
Board chair Rene Lapierre says the board is committed to a recovery path that supports everyone by making recovery activities a priority and reducing the backlog of services and unmet needs.
Agency CEO, Medical Officer Dr. Penny Sutcliffe concurs saying the pandemic has tested everyone as individuals, communities, and as a society.
The statistical data and the recovery plan are available at:
Public Health’s plan for pandemic recovery, Public Health Sudbury & Districts and the COVID-19 Pandemic: From risk to recovery and resilience