Ontario reports under 400 new COVID-19 cases, 2 more deaths

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Ontario is reporting 373 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, the eighth day in a row the count is less than 500. The provincial case total now stands at 595,235.

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Of the 373 new cases recorded, data shows that 214 were non-vaccinated people, 17 were partially vaccinated people, 108 were fully vaccinated and 34 had unknown immunization status. .

as of monday report goodThe Peel area reported 71 cases, Toronto 62, Ottawa 36, ​​Hamilton 26, and both the Windsor-Essex and York areas reported 18 each.

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All other local public health units reported fewer than 15 new cases to the provincial report.

The death toll in the province has risen to 9,815 as two more deaths have been recorded.

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Vaccination, recovery, testing, average of 7 days in Ontario

Till 8 pm on Sunday, 12,399 vaccines (4,056 for the first shot and 8,343 for the second shot) were administered in the last day.

More than 10.8 million people are fully immunized with the two doses, which is 83.1 percent of the eligible population (12 and older). First dose coverage is 87.5 percent.

Meanwhile, 581,574 Ontario residents are reported to have recovered from COVID-19, which is about 98 percent of the known cases. The number of resolved cases increased by 423 as compared to the previous day.

Active cases in Ontario now stand at 3,846 – down from the previous day when it stood at 3,898, and down from October 11 when it was 4,491. At the peak of the second wave coronavirus in January, active cases topped 30,000. In the third wave in April, active cases topped 43,000.

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The seven-day average now stands at 416, down from 530 a week ago. A month ago, the seven-day average was around 700.

The government said 20,432 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours. At present, 7,862 tests are being investigated.

Test positivity hit 1.8 percent. Last week, the test positivity stood at 1.9 per cent.

Hospitalized in Ontario

Ontario transferred 145 people with COVID-19 (down from 10 from the previous day) to 168 patients in intensive care units (up from four) in general hospital wards and 168 patients on a ventilator (up from three) in intensive care units. reported in 138 patients.

In the third wave peak, which was the worst wave ever to be hospitalised, the province saw 900 patients with COVID in ICUs and about 2,400 in general hospital wards.

Provincial officials announced that they will begin to include vaccination status of people hospitalized due to COVID-19 as part of their Daily COVID-19 data reporting. He notes that the new dataset will grow and improve over time as more information is collected. There may be discrepancy in how and when the information for both is collected.

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The latest figures come from Saturday because of incomplete data from weekends and hospitals. In general hospital wards with COVID, 100 were not vaccinated, 8 were partially vaccinated and 31 were fully vaccinated. For those in the ICU, 76 were not vaccinated, while 3 were partially vaccinated and 18 were fully vaccinated.

Officials listed breakdown data for the new VOCs (types of concern) discovered so far in the province, including:

“Alpha” b.1.1.7 VOC (first detected in the United Kingdom): 146,495 type cases, an increase of 1 over the previous day. This tension dominated Ontario’s third wave.

“Delta” b.1.617.2 VOCs (first detected in India): 19,880 cases, an increase of 81 from the previous day. This strain dominates the fourth wave of Ontario.

“Beta” b.1.351 VOCs (first detected in South Africa): 1,503 cases, unchanged from the previous day.

“Gamma” P.1 VOC (first detected in Brazil): 5,230 types of cases, unchanged from the previous day.

Note: It takes several days for positive COVID-19 tests to recheck for the exact version. Therefore, the daily reporting may have more divergent cases than the overall number of cases.

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Here is an analysis of total cases in Ontario by gender and age:

  • 297,531 people are male – an increase of 187 cases.
  • 295,555 people are women – an increase of 187 cases.
  • 16,906 people are under the age of four – an increase of 23 cases.
  • There are 31,063 people 5 to 11 – an increase of 63 cases.
  • 53,159 people are 12 to 19 – an increase of 24 cases.
  • There are 224,179 people from 20 to 39 – an increase of 116 cases.
  • 166,767 people are 59 from 40 – an increase of 97 cases.
  • The 77,037 people are 79 from 60 – an increase of 45 cases.
  • 26,016 people are 80 and over – an increase of 5 cases.
  • The province noted that not all cases reported age or gender.

Here are the details of the total number of deaths from COVID-19 by age:

  • Deaths reported in those aged 19 and under: six
  • Deaths reported in ages 20 to 39: 99 years old
  • Deaths recorded at age 40 to 59: 680 years
  • Deaths reported between the ages of 60 and 79: 3,204
  • Deaths reported in people age 80 and older: 5,825
  • The province notes that there may be delays in reporting for deaths and data

Matters between students and staff in Ontario schools

During this, government figures show There are currently 638 out of 4,844 schools in Ontario that have at least one COVID-19 case.

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On Monday, Ontario reported 88 new COVID-19 cases in schools — 77 among students and 11 among staff. The data was collected between Thursday afternoon and Friday afternoon.

There are 1,255 active infections among both students and staff, a decrease from the 1,282 active cases reported on Friday.

Two schools are closed due to positive cases.

Cases, deaths and outbreaks in Ontario long-term care homes

According to the Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care, there have been 3,823 deaths among residents and patients in long-term care homes in Ontario, unchanged from the previous day. Altogether there have been thirteen virus-related deaths among employees.

There are currently 9 outbreaks in households, unchanged from the previous day.

The ministry also indicated that there are currently 24 active cases among long-term care residents…

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