Region reports 86 new COVID cases on Sunday – –

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Waterloo Region Public Health confirmed 86 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday, up from 65 on Saturday.

This brings the overall total to 16,621.

Hospitalizations remain stable with 33 people hospitalized being treated for the virus – 20 are in intensive care.

The active workload is up from 37 to 463.

Over 385,000 Waterloo region residents (18+) have received at least one dose of the vaccine, which is equivalent to over 70 percent. Over 40,000 residents (8.58%) have been fully immunized.

Here are some other region dashboard updates:

  • 3,454 cases tested positive for the variants of concern – 3,042 are the Alpha variant (first detected in the UK) – 11 are related to the Beta variant (first detected in South Africa) – 35 are linked to the Delta strain (first located in India) – 60 are linked to the Gamma variant (first detected in Brazil) – 306 cases where a mutation was detected
  • The local death toll remains at 258. No new deaths were reported on Sunday.
  • 15,890 resolved cases (95%)
  • More than 501,900 tests have been carried out

There are currently four active foci in the region:

  • General office framework 13 (5 cases)
  • Bilingual Montessori school daycare Trillium (2 cases)
  • Waterloo Regional Police – Central Division (2 cases)
  • Gathering frame 42 – multiple locations (73 cases)

Meanwhile, the province reported 530 cases on Sunday.

The rest of the provincial COVID-19 totals are displayed below:

  • 1.79 million people fully immunized – 11.2 million doses administered
  • 539,683 cases in total
  • 525,125 cases resolved
  • 373 people are hospitalized – 426 are in intensive care – 273 are on a ventilator
  • 8,957 deaths (7 new)
  • 20,731 tests performed on Saturday – 15.56 million since January 15, 2020

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