COVID-19 Today: A Look at the Numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario

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Newmarket’s active cases drop to single digits; New cases climb by 21 in York Region, 1 more death; Ontario reports 116 new cases, surpassing 100 for third day in a row

Newmarket (reported Saturday August 1 at 5 p.m.)

  • 248 cases of COVID-19
  • 0 new cases since July 31
  • 217 (+1) resolved cases (88%)
  • 9 active cases
  • 22 dead
  • 0 hospitalized
  • 0 new cases in the last 7 days
  • 278 cases per 100,000 inhabitants
  • 955 tests from July 19 to 26: 1 positive, 952 negative, 2 undetermined

Le Nitty Gritty

  • 134 epidemic cases (54%)
  • 46 cases close contact
  • 38 (-2) cases of community transmission
  • 5 (+1) cases under investigation
  • Working group of 7 cases
  • 62 cases aged 80 and over
  • 41 cases aged 55 to 64
  • 39 cases aged 65 to 79
  • 34 cases aged 35 to 44
  • 30 cases aged 20 to 34
  • 27 cases aged 45 to 54
  • 13 cases aged 5 to 19
  • 2 cases less than 5 years old

York Region (reported Saturday, August 1 at 5 p.m.)

* A man from Markham, 63, on Thursday July 30 at Markham Stouffville Hospital with a close contact case.

Recovery measures

  • 52 (+12) cases reported in the last 7 days
  • 274 (+1) cases per 100,000 inhabitants
  • 5 (-2) new cases in the community on a daily average during the last 7 days
  • 0.73 Median number of reproduction over 7 days *
  • 32% of new cases with unknown source of infection
  • 10,249 tests from July 19 to 26: 56 positive, 10,179 negative

* Rt is the average number of people infected by a contagious person. If above 1.0, the virus will spread rapidly. When Rt is less than 1.0, the virus stops spreading.

Institutional epidemics

  • 71 (+1) institutional outbreaks; 2 assets
  • Outbreak resolved August 1 at Sunrise of Thornhill Retirement Home, Vaughan
  • Outbreak declared on July 31 at TLK Youth Social Services Organization, Richmond Hill, 1 health worker

Le Nitty Gritty

  • 1192 (+4) cases, or 36%, close contact
  • 998 (-1) cases, or 30%, institutional outbreak
  • 687 (-2) cases, or 21%, community transmission
  • 187 (-1), or 6%, travel
  • 152, or 5%, cluster of workplaces
  • 672 (+4) cases aged 20 to 34, i.e. 20%
  • 555 (+1) cases aged 55 to 64, i.e. 17%
  • 542 (+4) cases aged 45 to 54, i.e. 16%
  • 513 (-2) cases aged 80 and over, i.e. 16%
  • 429 cases aged 65 to 79, or 13%
  • 395 cases aged 35 to 44, or 12%
  • 159 (+6) cases aged 5 to 19, i.e. 5%
  • 24 (+1) cases less than 5 years old, i.e. 1%

Around the region:

  • Vaughan 1432 (+1) cases, 89 (-1) active
  • Markham 724 (+2) cases, 58 (-2) active
  • Richmond Hill 364 (+5) cases, 37 (+7) active
  • Aurora 140 (+2) cases, 13 (+1) active
  • Newmarket 248 cases, 9 (-1) active
  • Georgina 164 cases, 7 active
  • Whitchurch-Stouffville 93 (+5) cases, 12 (+5) active
  • King 51 (+1) case, 5 active
  • East Gwillimbury 71 cases, 3 active

Ontario (reported 10:30 a.m. today):

  • 39,449 confirmed cases of COVID-19
  • 116 new cases since July 31
  • 1 additional death, totaling 2,778
  • 72 (-1) cases are hospitalized; 26 (-1) in USI; 12 (+2) on the fans
  • 35,359 resolved, 89.6% of cases
  • 30,443 additional tests completed, with 17,839 results pending
  • 0.6% (+ 0.1% change) of test positivity as of July 31

Institutional epidemics

  • 396 (+3) outbreaks in long-term care homes, 37 (+3) active
  • 170 (+1) epidemics in nursing homes, 24 (-1) active
  • 97 outbreaks in hospitals, 5 active
  • 1797 (+2) deaths of residents in long-term care
  • 5894 (+3) cases are long-term care residents
  • 6461 (+11) cases are health workers (16.4%)



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