COVID-19: Hospitalizations remain stable in Ottawa | Coronavirus: Ontario

The number of hospitalizations remains stable Saturday in Ottawa. Still 10 people with COVID-19 are in hospital, including one in intensive care.

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) reports 288 active cases and 27,617 recovered cases.

However, the health authorities’ toll climbed to 37 cases, bringing the total number of infections detected since the start of the health crisis to 28,498.

No deaths attributable to the disease were recorded, leaving the total at 593.

A new outbreak is recorded, for a total of three active outbreaks in the federal capital.

Ontario reports, in general, 944 new COVID-19 infections. This is his highest daily count since the start of Wave 4.

Of this number, 736, or more than three quarters, concern people who are not adequately vaccinated or whose vaccination status is not known, specifies the Minister of Health. Christine Elliott.

Nine additional deaths are also added to Ontario’s toll.

On the Quebec side, 666 new cases of COVID-19 are reported at the provincial level, as well as one more death, announced the Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé, on Saturday, on Twitter.

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