- On Monday, 3,861 people with COVID were admitted to hospitals in Ontario, with 615 of them requiring intensive care.
- On Mondays, those statistics aren’t updated due to incomplete information reporting from hospitals over the weekend.
- Of the 4,790 new cases recorded, 814 people were unvaccinated, 182 were partially vaccinated, and 3,496 were fully immunized, according to the data.
On Monday, 3,861 people with COVID were hospitalized in Ontario, with 615 in intensive care units.
This is up to 64 hospitalizations and 11 ICUs from the previous day, though officials noted that not all hospitals reported the latest figures due to the weekend.
The province has recently begun to distinguish among those who were admitted to the hospital for COVID-related reasons and those who had been admitted for other reasons but tested positive for the virus.
However, due to the incomplete information reporting from hospitals over the weekend, those statistics aren’t updated on Mondays.
However, according to data from last week, roughly 44% of those admitted to hospitals with COVID were there for other reasons. Around 18% of those in intensive care with the virus were admitted for other reasons.
COVID cases, deaths, vaccinations, recoveries, and testing in Ontario
Meanwhile, Ontario reported 4,790 fresh COVID-19 cases on Monday, though due to recent testing restrictions, this underestimates the true widely spread transmission of the virus. The overall number of cases filed in the province is now 1,001,455.
The data revealed that 814 people were unvaccinated, 182 were partially vaccinated, and 3,496 were fully immunized of the 4,790 fresh cases recorded. The vaccination status of 298 people was unknown.
The province’s death toll has risen to 11,004 after 36 more virus-related deaths were reported in the last month. According to officials, one death from over a month ago was removed from the total.
There have been 924,947 recoveries, accounting for roughly 92 percent of all known cases. The number of cases that have been resolved has increased by 6,924 since the previous day.
88.9% of people aged 12 and up are fully vaccinated in terms of vaccinations. 91.6 percent of people have received their first dose. More than 6 million Ontarians have received a booster shot, putting the third dose immunization rate at 46.7 percent.
For children aged five to eleven, first-dose coverage is at 52.1%, with 10.8% of those fully vaccinated.
On the previous day, the province administered 43,979 doses.
In the previous 24 hours, the government said 20,716 tests were processed. The test positivity rate is currently at 18.4%. There are currently 8,288 tests being investigated.
Source: CP24 News
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