On April 8, 2022 at 10:00 a.m., the County of Elgin, the City of St. Thomas, and Elgin County’s Local Municipal Partners rescinded their municipal emergency declarations.
The County of Elgin recognizes this National Day of Observance and acknowledges the hardships that our residents have faced over the past two years.
Dear Residents and Families,
First and foremost, Happy New Year to all residents and families from the staff and management of our three County of Elgin Homes! Although we had hoped that during 2021 we would see the end of the pandemic, COVID-19 continued to impact each of our lives in ways we never would have imagined. On behalf of the Homes, we sincerely thank each and every one of you for your support as we worked together to implement the required pandemic measures to keep everyone safe! We look forward to improvements and increased opportunities for Long-Term Care (LTC) Homes in 2022!
On October 15, 2021 County staff were notified of a positive staff case of COVID-19 at Elgin Manor.
There are a total of three (3) lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Elgin Manor as of October 3, 2021.
One (1) resident at Elgin Manor Long-Term Care Home has tested positive for COVID-19
University of Guelph Study Looks at Life in Elgin County and St. Thomas after COVID-19 September 27, 2021 For Immediate Release Central Elgin, ON – The University of Guelph is … Read more
On May 21, 2021, the Ministry of Long-Term Care provided Long-Term Care Homes, with information regarding changes to outdoor visits for general visitors and essential caregiver visitors.
In accordance with provincial regulations, recreational amenities in Elgin County will reopen to the public on Saturday May 22, 2021.
Elgin County wants to remind residents that all current emergency orders remain in effect this Victoria Day Weekend, including the closure of outdoor recreational amenities.