- According to data released by the province on Saturday, 1,392 people with COVID-19 are in hospitals, with 156 of them in intensive care.
- On Saturday, May 7, there were 1,563 people in hospitals with COVID-19. A total of 204 people were kept in an ICU in Ontario.
- 91.2 percent of people over the age of 12 in Ontario have gotten two doses of immunisation, and 93.1 percent have had at least one dose.
According to data given by the province on Saturday, there are 1,392 persons in hospital with COVID-19, including 156 in intensive care.
In comparison to Friday and the previous Saturday, the results show a decrease in the number of persons in ICU and hospital due to the new coronavirus.
COVID-19 wastewater indicators are dropping, according to Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s chief medical officer of health. He also stated that test positive and hospitalizations are decreasing.
“I believe we’ll have a low level of endemic activity throughout the summer if we stay on this path,” he said.
Moore predicts an increase in danger and transmission in the fall.
COVID-19 infected 1,453 patients in hospitals yesterday, with 168 of them requiring acute care.
There were 1,563 persons in hospitals with COVID-19 a week ago, on Saturday, May 7. An ICU in Ontario housed a total of 204 individuals.
Due to technical difficulties, Ontario’s COVID data was delayed on Saturday, and not all data sets were updated.
On Saturday, Ontario announced 1,575 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases. Due to testing regulations that limit accessibility to PCR tests in the province, experts believe the figure is likely to underestimate the total number of cases.
In Ontario, 91.2 percent of persons over the age of 12 have had two doses of vaccination, and 93.1 percent have received at least one dose.
So far, 33,082,616 doses have been provided across the province.
Since early April, Ontario has begun offering fourth doses to those aged 60 and up, but only 21.8 percent of persons in that age bracket have had four injections, according to Moore.
There were 11 additional COVID-19-related deaths in the data.
Source: CTV news
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