COVID-19: Two More Deaths In Ottawa, None In Outaouais | Coronavirus: Ontario

Thus, the number of deaths in the federal capital rises to 509. As for the confirmed cases, according to the data, the death toll rises to 174 people. SPOThis brings the total to 24,518 since the onset of the health crisis.

Of the 1,936 people still ill, 112 were hospitalized. Of these, 29 are being treated in intensive care.

In terms of variants and mutations of concern, 4,944 have been identified so far in Ottawa, of which 28 have resulted in death.

According to the data, 36 outbreaks are still ongoing in the federal capital. SPO

For the eighth day in a row, Ontario reports fewer than 4,000 daily cases. Public Health Ontario reported 3,732 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.

45 additional infections in Outaouais

After the number of COVID-19 cases increased by 70 on Saturday, 45 new cases were reported in Outaouais on Sunday. The number of deaths remains stable.

According to the latest figures from the Joint Center for Health and Human Services Outahu (CISSS), there are currently 11,382 confirmed cases in Outau since the health crisis began, and 197 are disease-related deaths.

According to the provincial health authorities, 60 patients were hospitalized due to illness, one fewer than the previous day. Of these, 12 are in the hospital and CHSLD Pontiac.

Hull Hospital treats 48 patients, eight of whom are in the intensive care unit.

According to the National Institute of Public Health of Quebec (INSPQ), the results of variants confirmed by sequencing remain unchanged in Outahua.

To date, there are 279 sequenced variants in the region, of which 269 are from the British strain. Cases of South African (3), Brazilian (2) and Nigerian (5) variants have also been identified.

At least 150,294 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered in Outaua, which is 2,665 doses more than the day before.

On Sunday, provincial health authorities said Quebec had a total of 1,006 new cases of COVID-19.

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