- According to ministry data, fewer than 500 people with COVID-19 in Ontario hospitals.
- Overnight hospitalizations fell as well, while those admitted to critical care rose slightly from 107 to 111.
- In the data, three more deaths were discovered. There have been 13,288 deaths since the pandemic began in early 2020.
According to data supplied by the ministry, there are less than 500 persons in Ontario hospitals with COVID-19.
On Sunday, the number of reported cases fell below 1,000.
According to new daily data, there are 419 persons in Ontario hospitals with COVID-19, with 111 in an intensive care unit (ICU).
The results show a 50% decrease in hospitalizations from a week ago, as well as a decrease in intensive care admissions from the prior week.
Overnight hospitalizations also decreased; however, the number of persons admitted to intensive care increased slightly from 107 to 111.
On Saturday, the government reported 671 patients in hospitals with COVID-19, including 107 in an Ontario intensive care unit who had the virus or were being treated for it. On Sunday, May 28, there were 865 individuals in the hospital, with 144 in the intensive care unit.
Three more deaths were discovered in the data. Since the pandemic began in early 2020, there have been 13,288 deaths.
On Saturday, 710 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported in Ontario. Due to testing regulations that limit access to PCR tests in the province, experts believe the figure is probably an underestimate of the total number of cases.
The number of positive tests reported on Sunday has decreased. Public Health Ontario said that 7.1 percent of test results were positive on Sunday, compared to 7.9 % on Saturday.
91.4 percent of Ontario citizens aged 12 and up have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 60.3 percent of those aged 18 and up have been boosted.
Since the outbreak, more than 33 million vaccines have been given out.
Source: CTV news
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