COVID-19: Lowest daily increase since February in Ottawa | Coronavirus: Ontario

COVID-19: Lowest daily increase since February in Ottawa | Coronavirus: Ontario
COVID-19: Lowest daily increase since February in Ottawa | Coronavirus: Ontario

That day, 25 cases of contamination were added to the balance sheet.

Saturday, SPOOttawa Public Health reports 31 new COVID-19 infections, as well as three more deaths.

According to this most recent public health update, 27,265 cases have been confirmed in the federal capital and 577 disease-related deaths have occurred since the start of the pandemic.

At the moment, 533 people are still infected with the virus. Of these, 25 are hospitalized, including four in intensive care.

Ontario as a whole has 744 new cases of COVID-19 and 24 more deaths than the day before.

With more new healings than new cases, the province is once again seeing its number of active cases decline to below 9,000.

Constant increase in the Outaouais

As on the previous day, the Outaouais Integrated Health and Social Services Center (CISSS) reported an increase of 11 cases on Saturday.

The number of infections confirmed since the start of the health crisis has thus increased to 12,255, and the number of deaths remains stable at 214.

Just under 140 infections are still active as six people are hospitalized in the region. Two of them are being treated in intensive care.

In Quebec, the downward trend continues for the number of COVID-19 cases.

The authorities have identified 228 new ones in the report made public on Saturday.

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