COVID-19 outbreak declared on CMH’s Rehabilitation Unit

Thursday, February 25, 2021

COVID-19 outbreak declared on CMH’s Rehabilitation Unit

Cambridge, Ontario – Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in consultation with the Region of Waterloo Public Health, declared a COVID-19 outbreak today on the Rehabilitation Unit (Wing B, Level 3).  As a result of this declaration, no visitors will be allowed on the unit until the there are no new cases for 14 consecutive days.    

Signage has been posted at entrances and on the Rehab Unit.  Enhanced cleaning and disinfection of the environment has been implemented and precautions are in place for staff and patients, including limiting staff movement and placing all patients in droplet/contact precautions.

For people who may have visited the unit in this past week, please do not call the hospital. Cambridge Memorial Hospital works closely with the Region of Waterloo Public Health – any visitors and discharged patients in the community deemed to be at risk will be notified. 

About Cambridge Memorial Hospital

Cambridge Memorial Hospital is an acute care hospital offering a full complement of services including surgery, maternity, laboratory, diagnostics and emergency. It employs over 1,100 dedicated and skilled health care professionals, technicians and staff, 280 physicians and 400 volunteers providing exceptional care to the residents of Cambridge, the township of North Dumfries and the Region of Waterloo. For more information, visit



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