Ontario announces 56 deaths due to COVID-19 Sunday, one under the age of 20

Ontario announces 56 deaths due to COVID-19 Sunday, one under the age of 20

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2022-01-23 8:22:00 PM

Ontario announces 56 deaths due to COVID-19 Sunday, one under the age of 20

The province’s number of COVID-19 patients in hospital dips below 4,000, though not all hospitals report on weekends. The ICU count on Sunday was 604.

JOIN THE CONVERSATIONOntario is reporting 604 people in ICU due to COVID-19 and 3,797 in hospital overall testing positive for COVID-19, according to its latest report released Sunday morning. Fifty-six new deaths were reported in the latest numbers.The numbers represent a 0.6 per cent increase in the ICU COVID-19 count and a 5.6 per cent decrease in hospitalizations overall. (Health Minister Christine Elliott noted on Twitter that “not all hospitals report on weekends.”)

Twenty per cent of the province’s 2,343 adult ICU beds remain available for new patients.Given new provincial regulations around testing that took effect Dec. 31, 2021, case counts — reported at 5,833 on Sunday, down 9.8 per cent from the previous day — are also not considered an accurate assessment of how widespread COVID-19 is right now.

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So these deaths are probably the people who got 6 shots into one Covid19 data is not accurate if they don’t break down on underline conditions. Who knows, perhaps they=government, so call scientists, use seasonal flu deaths as Covid 19. 56 deaths thanks to Douglas Ford's daughter and her pro-covid friends. VoteFordOut2022 kristahaynesford NeverVoteConservative GetVaccinated repelbill124

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P.E.I. reports one new death related to COVID-19 Friday, hospitalizations decreasePrince Edward Island is reporting one new death related to COVID-19 on Friday.

P.E.I. reports one death related to COVID-19 Saturday, six people in hospitalPrince Edward Island reported one additional death related to COVID-19 on Saturday. According to the province, the individual is over the age of 80. Huh Seems this vaccine is doing wonders since this is the worst it’s been in 2 years and 90% of the population is double jabbed.

Omicron may be peaking but COVID-19 isn’t done with us yet, Tam saysDr. Theresa Tam says current trends are all pointing towards the spread of COVID-19 slowing nationally Shut up Tam! We are done with it! The rest of the world knows it too. Just take a look around. How is Biden doing with his mandate for federal employees? It just got shot down! If people still believe this vax bs, it's time to wake up! Enough already! Just wondering is there anyone still listening her nonsense?🤣 Dr Tam's not done with us yet...

Canada’s Omicron wave of COVID-19 may have peaked, top doctors say - National | Globalnews.caChief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam said a number of indicators — including test positivity rates and wastewater surveillance — show signs of a slow in COVID-19 spread. 7 Signs of weak immune system How to know if you have weak immune system to avoid any complications New 'potentially deadly' variant in 5 4 3 2 ... Lotto 7 should create a lottery including the date, name, severity, country of origin and total vaccines required. Total payout will depends on how many correct guesses there made. The correct answers can be given by the Canadian liberal govt as they currently have the answers.

Calls grow for return to 10-day isolation period for COVID-19Calls grow for return to 10-day isolation period for COVID-19 . “There was no scientific or medical reason to shorten the isolation period to five days.' DianneWiegand We believe the science until it isn’t convenient. As far as I could ascertain, there was no empirical evidence justifying a drop to 5 days. NZ is looking at going up to 14 days Why is Toronto Star questioning science? This is misinformation How about we drop isolation. Stay home if you're sick, go about your day if you're not. Like we used to.

min. read JOIN THE CONVERSATION Ontario is reporting 604 people in ICU due to COVID-19 and 3,797 in hospital overall testing positive for COVID-19, according to its latest report released Sunday morning. Fifty-six new deaths were reported in the latest numbers. The numbers represent a 0.6 per cent increase in the ICU COVID-19 count and a 5.6 per cent decrease in hospitalizations overall. (Health Minister Christine Elliott noted on Twitter that “not all hospitals report on weekends.”) Twenty per cent of the province’s 2,343 adult ICU beds remain available for new patients. Given new provincial regulations around testing that took effect Dec. 31, 2021, case counts — reported at 5,833 on Sunday, down 9.8 per cent from the previous day — are also not considered an accurate assessment of how widespread COVID-19 is right now. A Star analysis of data shows unvaccinated people have been admitted to the ICU at a rate five times higher and in the hospital overall twice higher than people who have been fully vaccinated. The province says 11,609,879 people have completed their vaccinations, which means they’ve had two doses. That works out to approximately 82.9 per cent of the eligible population five years and older, and the equivalent of 79 per cent of the total population, including those not yet eligible for the vaccine. The province says 6,010,726 people have received three doses of a Health Canada-approved vaccine. According to the Star’s vaccine tracker, 12,414,184 people in Ontario have received at least one shot. That works out to about 88.6 per cent of the eligible population five years and older and the equivalent of 84.5 per cent of the total population, including those not yet eligible for the vaccine. Meanwhile, 12 more residents in long-term care have died for a total of 3,958 since the pandemic began, in the latest report released by the province. Ontario is reporting seven more long-term care homes in outbreak, for a total of 358 or 57 per cent of LTC homes in the province.