N.B. to change how it reports COVID-19 data, announces four new deaths

2022-01-29 1:00:00 PM

N.B. to change how it reports COVID-19 data, announces four new deaths

N.B. to change how it reports COVID-19 data, announces four new deaths

New Brunswick health officials are reporting four additional deaths related to COVID-19 on Friday.

a person in their 80s in Zone 3 (Fredericton region)To date, New Brunswick has reported 228 deaths related to the virus.COVID-19 dashboardHOSPITALIZATION UPDATEThere are currently 16 people in intensive care and four individuals on ventilators.As of Friday, 1,639,654 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in New Brunswick.

NEW CASESVACCINE CLINIC UPDATESAnyone attending the clinic is asked to bring their Medicare card, a record of vaccination if receiving their second dose or booster, and a signed consent form.New Brunswick is moving to Level 2 of its winter plan to manage COVID-19 two days earlier than expected.

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Public health says the deaths involve: a person in their 70s in Zone 1 (Moncton region) a person in their 80s in Zone 2 (Saint John region) a person in their 80s in Zone 3 (Fredericton region) a person in their 80s in Zone 6 (Bathurst region) Beginning Saturday, health officials say information on deaths related to the virus will be available on New Brunswick's COVID-19 online dashboard.Spotify taking down Neil Young’s music after his Joe Rogan ultimatum She added that while the province “achieved what we wanted to” by having people reduce contacts by 30 per cent and therefore slow hospitalizations, the number of people admitted to hospital will continue to rise for the next two to three weeks.Create Free Account The New Brunswick government announced Thursday it is ready to lift some COVID-19 restrictions as of Saturday and have students return to class next week.The province's pandemic death toll now stands at 2,597, according to a written statement from the Ministry of Health.

To date, New Brunswick has reported 228 deaths related to the virus. COVID-19 DASHBOARD Public health says daily COVID-19 news releases will no longer be issued. Read more: COVID-19 severe illness trends still rising in most of Canada She said the restrictions have been effective, but were never meant to “end the pandemic” or the Omicron wave. Data regarding hospitalizations, positive tests, vaccination rates and deaths related to the virus will be made available on the COVID-19 dashboard . 30. "This information is updated daily," wrote public health in a release. On Thursday, the province reported 14 New Brunswickers in hospital with COVID-19, and eight people in ICU. "Advisories when the dashboard has been updated will be posted on the provincial government’s Facebook and Twitter accounts each day. Earlier in the day, provincial health officer Dr.

" HOSPITALIZATION UPDATE As of Friday, there are 135 people in hospital in New Brunswick with COVID-19. Story continues below advertisement. Premier Blaine Higgs told reporters that students will return to in-person learning on Monday, noting that over the last two weeks 2,000 portable HEPA filters were placed in 60 schools across the province. Of those in hospital, 63 were admitted due to COVID-19, and 72 were admitted for other reasons, but have tested positive for the virus. There are currently 16 people in intensive care and four individuals on ventilators. Public health says a total of 363 health-care workers are isolating after testing positive for COVID-19. Chief medical officer Dr. VACCINE UPDATE As of Friday, 1,639,654 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in New Brunswick. "But we have the tools and the resources and the wherewithal to help us deal with whatever is going to lie ahead.

Of those, 690,528 were first doses, 631,670 were second doses, and 317,456 were booster doses. To date, 42. She said the seven-day average of new cases is trending downward.3 per cent of eligible New Brunswickers have received their booster dose. NEW CASES According to the province's online dashboard, there are 396 new PCR-confirmed cases on Friday, as well as 576 new cases identified through rapid testing. The province is also reporting 336 new recoveries, bringing the total number of active cases to 5,410. Russell said hospitalizations will continue to rise over the next couple of weeks, expected to peak at 150 hospitalizations in mid-February, as people have more contacts under the reduced restrictions. Forty-seven per cent of adults have also had a booster shot.

VACCINE CLINIC UPDATES Public health says a pop-up, walk-in vaccine clinic will be held in Saint John on Monday for people seeking first, second or third doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The clinic, which will be located at 30 Torne Ave, will be open from 10 a.m. Our Morning Update and Evening Update newsletters are written by Globe editors, giving you a concise summary of the day’s most important headlines. to 7 p.m.C.

Anyone attending the clinic is asked to bring their Medicare card, a record of vaccination if receiving their second dose or booster, and a signed consent form. "Due to the pending weekend storm, people are advised to monitor the websites and social media accounts of Horizon Health Network and/or Vitalité Health Network for any possible clinic cancellations," wrote public health. MOVING TO LEVEL 2 New Brunswick is moving to Level 2 of its winter plan to manage COVID-19 two days earlier than expected. The surprise move was announced Thursday afternoon during the province’s COVID-19 update. The move to Level 2 will take effect Friday at 11:59 p..

m. Businesses that needed to close under Level 3, including spas and salons, entertainment centres, gyms and restaurant dining rooms, will be permitted to reopen in Level 2 at 50 per cent capacity and with physical distancing. People must limit their contacts to a maximum of a Steady 10. A full list of restrictions under Level 2 can be found . IN-PERSON CLASSES RESUME MONDAY Schools will return to in-person learning on Monday.

The province says there will be modified restrictions for sports activities and music. Families are reminded that masks will be required indoors and outdoors, for all age groups, except for kindergarten-to-Grade 8 students who are within their grouping outdoors. “Students are reminded to bring their own mask to school; well-fitted, three-layer masks are recommended by Public Health," reads a release. "A supply of medical-grade masks, rated as KN95 or higher, have been secured for teachers and school staff as an option." Any student experiencing a new or worsening symptom should not attend school and register online for rapid tests.

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