Ontario reports 1,184 cases – .

Ontario reports 1,184 cases – .

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Hitting its third day in a row with more than 1,000 new cases, Ontario reported on Sunday that 1,184 more people have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Of the new cases, 579 are in people who are not fully vaccinated and 69 are in people with unknown vaccination status, Health Minister Christine Elliott said on Twitter on Sunday morning.

There are 140 people hospitalized with the virus and 164 in intensive care with COVID-related illnesses. There are 101 intensive care patients on ventilators.

The province reported no new deaths on Sunday. The death toll stands at 10,024. There have been 623,497 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.

Of those eligible to be vaccinated in Ontario – which now includes children aged five to 11 – 80.6% were fully vaccinated. Among people aged 12 and over, about 87% have been fully immunized.

A total of 23,976,361 doses were administered across the province.

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The province reported 54 cases in Ottawa on Sunday. Ottawa Public Health releases its own statistics later today, which may differ from provincial figures because the data is pulled at different times.

In other areas around the capital region, 40 cases have been reported in Kingston and 17 in the Eastern Ontario Health Unit, which includes Hawkesbury and Cornwall. Leeds, Grenville and Lanark have seen 10 and three new cases have been reported in Renfrew County.

The province’s seven-day moving average of cases is now 926.


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