The number of active COVID-19 cases across the Thunder Bay district continued to dip down slightly on Monday, but the situation remained a struggle for some communities west of the city.
According to Thunder Bay District Health Unit, the total number of active cases within its jurisdiction dropped to 48 from 54 on the weekend. There were nine new cases reported, with five of those linked to close contact with infected individuals.
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