Windsor Regional Hospital Announces Confirmed Zero Positive COVID-19 Patients For The First Time Since March | windsoriteDOTca News

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The Windsor Regional Hospital announced Friday there are zero COVID-19 positive patients currently in the hospital – for the first time since March.

In a press statement, the hospital announced that Friday evening “there is no current confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the hospital campus.”

They say it will be the first time there has been no confirmed case of COVID-19 Windsor Regional patients since the community began its first hospitalization due to the virus on March 26.

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However, they say there are 54 patients currently in the hospital who are suspected of having COVID-19 and are awaiting test results.

Officials also reported the death of a patient who was in the unit’s intensive care hospital. They say the patient died marked in the 23rd of COVID-19-related deaths at Windsor Regional Hospital. They say death is a “reminder of the need to remain vigilant in reducing the possibility of transmission.”

“We extend our sincere condolences to the families who have lost loved ones because of COVID19,” said Windsor Regional Hospital President and CEO David Musyj. “We cannot forget how the pandemic has cost dozens of lives in our region, alone, and hundreds of thousands worldwide, and we must continue to be careful to prevent its spread and to be proactive and not reactive to them. people living in vulnerable settings. ”

Officials say there have been a total of 105 confirmed COVID-19-patients at the Encountered Hospital and Ouellette campus and the 23 deaths represent a mortality rate of nearly 22% in hospitalized patients.

They say 85 patients who had previously tested positive for COVID-19 from the met or Ouellette campus were safely discharged from the hospital.

Officials say the COVID-19 Assessment Center at the Ouellette Campus, adjacent to the Emergency Room, remains open for virus testing, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 6:00 am, and Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m.



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