The Kingston region currently has no active cases of the novel coronavirus, according to KFL&A Public Health’s dashboard.
On Friday, the region’s resolved cases caught up with its total case numbers, both standing at 109.
The Kingston area has not seen a new positive case of COVID-19 since July 27.
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A small uptick in numbers — four cases — hit the region in late July. Dr. Kieran Moore, medical officer of health for KFL&A Public Health, says those cases were all found in young people who travelled, either outside the region or the province, and attended social gatherings, either parties or cottages.
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Since then, the region’s total has stayed stable, and now, the Kingston area is considered COVID-19-free, at least when it comes to known positive cases.
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