Ontario reported the deaths of 10 new COVID-19s on Sunday. This is because the number of people receiving intensive care has increased slightly and the positive test rate has reached its lowest point in more than a month.
According to the Ministry of Health, nine of the deaths disclosed on Sunday have occurred in the last 30 days, and the other has occurred before that period.
Two of Sunday’s deaths were related to residents of the long-term care system.
It has been reported that 147 people have died in the last week and 443 people have died in the last 30 days.
Since March 2020, 12,972 deaths have been reported in Ontario.
Hospital-wide data released on Sunday were incomplete, but the Ministry of Health said there were 207 patients with COVID-19 in the state-wide hospital ICU, an increase of 3 from Saturday and 30 from a week ago. Said.
90 people were breathing with the help of a ventilator. The number decreased by 2 from Saturday and increased by 1 from a week ago.
Due to limited access to free tests, the positive rate for tests, a less important indicator than in the early days of the pandemic, dropped to 12.2 percent on Sunday, based on 12,827 tests.
This is the lowest positive rate seen in Ontario since March 22nd.
Last week the average positive rate was 13.5%.
According to the Ontario COVID-19 Scientific Advisory Board, wastewater surveillance data show that virus epidemics are declining in all regions of the state, with the most significant declines being in northern Ontario, central Ontario, It occurs in eastern GTA and eastern Ontario.
Of the 1,938 COVID-19 cases confirmed by PCR on Saturday, 220 were unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, 339 were vaccinated twice, 1,285 were vaccinated three times, and 94 were unvaccinated. The Ministry of Health states that it is an inoculator or partial vaccinated person. The vaccination status was unknown.
The state says that 16,246 COVID-19 vaccine doses were given on Saturday.
Of these, 912 were the first dose, 1,303 were the second dose, 2,326 were the third dose, and 11,705 were the fourth dose.
In all age groups, 84.5% of Ontario’s population receive at least one COVID-19 vaccine, 81.4% receive at least two doses, and 49% receive at least three doses.
The numbers used in this story can be found in COVID-19 of the Ontario Department of Health. Daily epidemiology overview.. The number of cases in a city or region may differ slightly from what the state reports, as local governments report figures at different times.
Ontario COVID-19 News: The state reports 10 new deaths.Positive rate is the lowest since March
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