A further 198 people in the city of Ottawa Public Health reported being tested positive for COVID-19, pushing the epidemic of capital into more than 18,000 confirmed cases.
On March 29, Ottawa had more than 17,000 lawsuits.
Sunday’s report from the Ottawa Public Health Company’s COVID-19 dashboard found that Ottawa has 18,023 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases since the first case was confirmed on March 11, 2020.
No new deaths were reported on Sunday. The death toll from the city’s epidemic was 467.
The Ontario government has not issued a renewal on Sunday since the Easter holiday. Ontario will release its Sunday and Monday reports at 10:30 a.m. Monday.
There are more people in the hospital and ICU, and the number of active Covit-19s exceeds 1,600. The rate of new cases in the city per 100,000 is approximately 115, and the estimated breeding number is over 1, which means the virus is spreading.
None of the test figures were released today by the province or the Ottawa Govt-19 test task force. The next update of local test statistics will be released on Monday.
Ottawa’s top Govt-19 figures
Ottawa enters Govt-19, Ontario “Shutdown“April 3 at 12:01 p.m.
Ottawa Public Health Data:
- COVID-19 cases per 100,000 (March 27-April 2): 114.9
- Ottawa Positive Rate: 6.5 Percent (March 26-April 1)
- Breeding number: 1.17 (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: 599
- 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 has 47 people with COVID-19-related illnesses, up from 44 on Saturday.
There are sixteen people in the intensive care unit, 14 of them.
Of those hospitalized, one was in their 20s, one in their 30s, two in their 40s, 13 in their 50s (four were in the ICU), 10 in their 60s (six were in the ICU), and eight in their 70s ( Four are in the ICU), nine are in the 80s (two are in the ICU), and three are 90 or older.
Active cases of Govt-19 in Ottawa
Ottawa Public Health reported 1,641 active cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa, up from 1,516 active cases on Saturday.
Seventy-three more Ottawa residents have recovered after a positive test for COVID-19. The Ottawa Public Health Capital reported 15,915 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: 16 new cases (total 1,390 cases)
- 10-19 years: 18 new cases (total 2,315 cases)
- 20-29 years: 47 new cases (3,967 total cases)
- 30-39 years: 29 new cases (total 2,597 cases)
- Age 40-49: 29 new cases (total 2,331 cases)
- Age 50-59: 32 new cases (total 2,164 cases)
- 60-69 years: 12 new cases (total 1,280 cases)
- 70-79 years: 13 new cases (755 total cases)
- 80-89 years: 2 new cases (total 742 cases)
- 90+ years: 0 new cases (479 total cases)
- Unknown: 0 new cases (3 cases in total)
Ottawa Public Health reports that COVID-19 has erupted in 33 companies in Ottawa, including long-term care homes, retirement homes, day care centers, hospitals and schools.
The Ottawa Shelter Explosion, which began Jan. 26, is now officially over. The blast resulted in 51 resident cases, 16 employee cases and one resident death.
The blasts also ended at Elizabeth Brewer Hospital, Portobello Retirement Home, Seraphine-Marion Primary School and St. Peter’s High School.
A new explosion was announced Sunday at Sacred Heart High School.
There are six active social outbursts, starting at five on Saturday. Two explosions are linked to service workplaces, one to a private social event, one to a restaurant, one to an entertainment workplace, and one to construction.
Schools and childcare locations currently experiencing eruptions:
- St. Luke’s Child Care Center (March 15)
- Centropoint Home Daycare (March 26)
- St. Gabriel’s Primary School (March 29)
- St. Leonard Elementary School (March 30)
- St. Isidore Primary School (March 31)
- Connaught Public School (April 2)
- Fallingbrook Community Elementary School (April 2)
- Our Lady of Fatima Primary School (April 2)
- Sacred Heart High School (April 3) [NEW]
Long-term care homes, retirement homes, hospitals and other places currently experiencing explosions:
- Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus (Feb. 19)
- St. Vincent’s Hospital (March 6)
- Extendicare Medex (March 9)
- Peter D. Clark LDCH (March 10)
- University of Ottawa Heart Institute (March 12)
- Chapel Hill RH (March 13)
- St. Patrick’s House (March 14)
- St. Vincent’s Hospital (March 15)
- University of Ottawa Heart Institute (March 16)
- Shelter (March 21)
- Ottawa Heart Institute University (March 21)
- Supported Independent Life (March 23)
- Timberwalk Retirement Home (March 24)
- Longfields Manor (March 24)
- University of Ottawa Heart Institute (March 26)
- St. Vincent’s Hospital – 5N (March 26)
- Jordin Royal Garden (March 27)
- Sisters Foundation (March 28)
- Landmark Court Retirement Home (March 29)
- Hillel Lodge (March 30)
- Group Home A-11533) (March 31)
- Retirement at Manotik Place (March 31)
- Wildbine Retirement Life (April 1)
- Queensway Carleton Hospital (April 2)
According to Ottawa Public Health, a single laboratory confirmed case of COVID-19 in a resident or employee of a long-term care home, retirement home or shelter triggers an explosive response. In childcare settings, two child or staff member or laboratory-confirmed household member cases of COVID-19 are considered to have exploded at the childcare facility, with at least one case within a 14-day period in a childcare institution that may have justifiably acquired their infection.
Under provincial guidelines, students and / or staff at a school with an epidemiological link to two or more laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases of a COVID-19 outbreak at a school may have at least one case at school within a reasonable period of time (including transportation). And before or after school maintenance).
Two cases of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases within a specific hospital unit within a 14-day period suggest that both cases may have justifiably acquired their infection in the hospital as an outbreak in a public hospital.