New death from COVID-19 and 88 cases reported in Middlesex-London area – fr

New death from COVID-19 and 88 cases reported in Middlesex-London area – fr

LONDON, ON – Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) reports 88 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday and one new death.

Death is a man in his sixties.

There have now been a total of 10,575 cases, of which 9,429 have been resolved. Assets fell slightly to 945.

Meanwhile, the number of variant cases has increased to 1,608 cases, with the vast majority being variant B.1.1.7 originating in the UK with 274 positive cases for the mutation.

At the end of the day on Monday, the region administered more than 150,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

There are active outbreaks in three area schools, two daycares and three Western University residences.

The number of inpatients and intensive care patients at the London Health Sciences Center (LHSC) fell on Friday after rising slightly on Thursday. Many intensive care patients are from outside the region.

Here are the latest issues available from other local public health authorities:

Elgin-Oxford – 138 active, 3,406 total, 3,192 resolved, 76 deaths

Haldimand-Norfolk – 16 new, 283 active, 2321 in total, 1992 resolved, 41 deaths

Huron-Perth – 33 active, 1,579 total, 1,494 resolved, 52 deaths, 103 variants

Sarnia-Lambton – eight new, 80 active, 3,257 total, 3,121 resolved, 56 deaths, 383 variants

Gray-Bruce – six new, 1,206 total, 1,147 resolved, five deaths

Ontario reports an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases as new infections climb above 3,700.

Health officials confirmed 3,732 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, 363 more cases than reported on Saturday.

Ontario’s test positivity rate also rose to 8.5% on Sunday. During the previous 24 hour period, 45,301 tests were performed.


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