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COVID-19: 156 Cases In Ottawa, 70 In Utahuis | Coronavirus: Ontario

According to the latest figures from the Ottawa Health Administration (OPH), the number of confirmed cases in the capital has risen to 24,344 and the number of deaths to 507 since the start of the health crisis.

The number of active cases currently stands at 1960. SPO The hospital has 115 patients, 30 of whom are being treated in intensive care.

To date, at least 4,899 cases of variants and mutations of concern have been identified in Ottawa. Of these, 28 were the cause of death.

According to the data, 37 outbreaks are still ongoing. SPO

Public Health Ontario reports 3,369 new cases of COVID-19 infection, as well as 29 additional deaths in its territory. The number of patients admitted to intensive care units is peaking in the province.

Deaths are stable in Outaouais

The number of confirmed cases in Outaouais has risen to 11,337 since the start of the health crisis due to 70 new infections on Saturday. The death toll is still 197.

Currently, 554 people are still ill in the region.

With regard to the assessment of the state of hospitals in Otau, according to the provincial health authorities, Halla Hospital (49), as well as the hospital and CHSLD Pontiac (12). Seven people admitted to the Hull medical facility are currently in intensive care.

No additional cases have been confirmed in the region, according to the latest figures from the National Institute of Public Health of Quebec (INSPQ). To date, most of the 279 variants sequenced in Outaouais belong to the UK (269). Cases of South African (3), Brazilian (2) and Nigerian (5) variants have also been identified.

In terms of vaccinations, 3,540 doses were administered on Friday, bringing the total number of COVID-19 vaccinations in Outaue to 147,629.

Across Quebec, the downward trend in the number of COVID-19-related hospitalizations continues. On Saturday, health authorities reported a decrease in the number of patients by 14 people. Public health also reports 1,101 new cases.

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