Ontario reports 604 in intensive care due to COVID19, 57 new deaths

Ontario reports 604 in intensive care due to COVID19, 57 new deaths

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2022-01-23 8:22:00 PM

Ontario reports 604 in intensive care due to COVID19, 57 new deaths

TORONTO - Ontario says there are 3,797 patients in hospital with COVID-19 and 604 people in intensive care units due to critical illness related to th...

JOIN THE CONVERSATIONTORONTO - Ontario says there are 3,797 patients in hospital with COVID-19 and 604 people in intensive care units due to critical illness related to the disease.The province says the numbers don’t represent the full extend of hospitalizations as more than 10 per cent of hospitals don’t update their numbers on the weekend.

Ontario is also reporting 57 new deaths related to COVID-19.New case numbers were up by 5,833, though Public Health Ontario has said the number of new infections is likely higher because of a current policy restricting who can access tests.A total of 371 long-term care homes have an active outbreak, up from 368 the day before.

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Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU numbers drop by 12 Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to drop with the Ministry of Health reporting that there are 12 fewer patients receiving treatment, and two fewer in intensive care wards. Doesn’t matter the Nazi party will still try any and all illegal means to clamp down on the publics charter rights and freedoms and the federal government will let them again Linked eh?

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Quebec reports 68 COVID-19 deaths, drop in hospitalizations, rise in ICU cases - Montreal | Globalnews.ca Health data shows the number of hospitalizations in Quebec declined by 56 to 3,295, but 10 more patients were admitted into intensive care in the last 24 hours. The numbers will drop if you quit paying them extra for covid 19 cases Noticed how they now increased the death count and ICU cases, but removed the “due to” or “with”. Our media is phucked and corrupted 🤦🏻‍♂️.

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min. read JOIN THE CONVERSATION TORONTO - Ontario says there are 3,797 patients in hospital with COVID-19 and 604 people in intensive care units due to critical illness related to the disease. The province says the numbers don’t represent the full extend of hospitalizations as more than 10 per cent of hospitals don’t update their numbers on the weekend. Ontario is also reporting 57 new deaths related to COVID-19. New case numbers were up by 5,833, though Public Health Ontario has said the number of new infections is likely higher because of a current policy restricting who can access tests. A total of 371 long-term care homes have an active outbreak, up from 368 the day before. The province says 50.1 per cent of Ontarians aged 18 and older have received a booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 82.9 per cent of residents aged five and older have received two shots. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 23, 2022. SHARE: