OTTAWA – Ottawa Public Health reports a nine-day three-digit COVID-19 case increase ahead of a four-week strike.
There are 175 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Good Friday. No new deaths related to the virus have been reported.
Since the first case of COVID-19 on March 11, 2020, there have been 17,585 laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa, including 466 deaths.
175 new cases on Friday followed by 116 new cases on Thursday, 117 new cases on Wednesday, 112 new cases on Tuesday and 184 new cases on Monday.
Ottawa’s positive COVID-19 ratio rose to 6.5 percent in the previous seven days. The incidence rate of COVID-19 increased to 97.2 cases per 100,000, an increase from 92.3 cases.
Ontario imposes four-week, provincial-wide strike At 12:01 a.m. Monday in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Under the guidance, indoor and outdoor dining in bars and restaurants is prohibited, and personal care systems and gyms should be closed. Essential retail stores can operate within the 50 percent capacity range, while other retail outlets, including large retail stores and mall stores, can operate at 25 percent capacity.
Ontario Public Health Ontario COVID-19 figures were not released Friday due to the holiday.
Ottawa’s top Govt-19 figures
Ottawa is “Red Control” Lower level of Ontario’s COVID-19 framework. Ottawa will be closed on Saturday at 12:01 p.m.
Ottawa Public Health Data:
COVID-19 cases per 100,000 (March 25-31): 97.2
Ottawa Positive Rate: 6.5 Percent (March 26-April 1)
Breeding number: 1.11 (seven day average)
Reproduction values greater than 1 indicate the spread of the virus and each case affects more than one contact. If it is less than 1, it means that the spread is slow.
Vasins in Ottawa
Until April 2:
First vaccine doses administered: 124,462
The second vaccine dose is administered: 26,824
Total amount received: 176,410
The OPH says 36,270 doses of Pfizer vaccine were delivered to the city on March 29.
Variations of Concern
Ottawa Public Health Data *:
Total P.1.1.7 (UK Variation) Cases: 23
Total B.1,351 (South Africa variant) cases: 6
Total P.1 (Brazil variant) cases: 0
Total Variations of Anxiety / Mutation Events: 596
Deaths associated with variations / mutations: 4
* OPH states that VOC and mutation trends should be treated with caution due to the different time required to complete the VOC test and / or genetic analysis following the initial positive test for SARS-CoV-2. The test results may be completed in bulk and data corrections or updates may cause changes in the number of cases that may differ from past reports.
Hospitals in Ottawa
Ottawa Area Hospitals had 43 people with COVID-19-related illnesses on Friday, up from 40 on Thursday.
There are fourteen people in the intensive care unit.
Of those hospitalized, one was in their 20s, two in their 30s, one in their 40s, ten in their 50s (five in the ICU), 10 in their 60s (four were in the ICU), and seven in their 70s ( Four are in the ICU), 10 are in the 80s (one is in the ICU), two are 90 or older.
Active cases of Govt-19 in Ottawa
A total of 1,358 COVID-19 cases were reported in Ottawa, up from 1,263 active cases on Thursday.
Eighty more Ottawa residents have recovered after testing positive for COVID-19. The Ottawa Public Health Capital reported 15,761 COVID-19 cases settled.
Number of active cases COVID-19 Total number of cases, resolved cases and number of deaths. A case is considered resolved 14 days after the onset of a known symptom or the end of a positive test.
Govt-19 cases in Ottawa for adults
0-9 years: 11 new cases (1,349 total cases)
10-19 years: 26 new cases (total 2,239 cases)
20-29 years: 37 new cases (total 3,859 cases)
30-39 years: 33 new cases (total 2,534 cases)
40-49 years: 26 new cases (2,265 cases in total)
Age 50-59: 27 new cases (2,109 cases in total)
Age 60-69: Six new cases (total 1,252 cases)
70-79 years: 4 new cases (total 734 cases)
Age 80-89: 2 new cases (total 737 cases)
90+ years: three new cases (473 total cases)
Unknown: 0 new cases (3 cases in total)