The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit reported 55 new circumstances of COVID-19 over the weekend, together with two new outbreaks and 30 new variant circumstances.
They included 21 circumstances on Saturday (15 in Northumberland County, six within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes) and one other 34 since then, based on Monday’s replace. The brand new circumstances Monday included 21 in Northumberland, 11 within the Kawarthas and two in Haliburton County.
There at the moment are 142 energetic circumstances of COVID-19 for the well being unit, up from 111 reported on Friday.
The variety of variant circumstances additionally continues to climb, now sitting at 148 — up from 118 on Friday. Northumberland County now has 102 variant circumstances, adopted by 44 within the Kawarthas and two variant circumstances in Haliburton County.
New outbreaks had been additionally declared at Fenelon Court docket Lengthy-term Care in Fenelon Falls on Sunday and at Cobourg Collegiate Institute late Friday. Case particulars weren’t offered for Fenelon Court docket, nevertheless, there at the moment are as much as 17 circumstances now reported on the Cobourg faculty, according to the Kawartha, Pine Ridge District School Board. The varsity was ordered to shut final Tuesday as college students shifted to on-line studying.
Different energetic outbreaks inside the well being unit’s jurisdiction:
- Swiss Chalet on Strathy Street in Cobourg: Declared April 7. Six circumstances as of Saturday. Restaurant voluntarily closed. The well being unit advises anybody who dined within the restaurant between March 25 and April 5 to watch themselves and get examined in the event that they develop COVID-19 signs.
- Christian Horizons in Port Hope: Declared April 7 — no particulars out there.
- Timber Home Resort in Brighton (Northumberland County): Case particulars weren’t offered.
- St. Mary Catholic Secondary College in Cobourg: Declared April 3 after 5 circumstances had been initially reported. Case depend as much as 25 with one resolved.
Of the well being unit’s 1,344 circumstances for the reason that pandemic was declared in March 2020, there at the moment are 1,147 deemed resolved (27 extra since Friday) — roughly 85 per cent.
Different case information for Monday:
- Dying toll — unchanged at 68 (55 within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes, 12 in Northumberland County and one in Haliburton County).
- Hospitalized circumstances — unchanged at 53 with 4 individuals at present in hospital, 4 in an intensive care unit. Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay reviews 4 admitted COVID-19 sufferers as of midday Monday, down one from Friday.
- 422 high-risk contacts, up from 384 reported on Friday.
- Faculties with circumstances as of 10 a.m. Monday: St. Mary Catholic Secondary in Cobourg (as much as 25 circumstances — with one resolved, according to the PVNCCDSB, faculty closed); Cobourg Collegiate Institute (17 circumstances); North Hope Public College in Campbellcroft (three circumstances); Ganaraska Path Public College in Port Hope (one case); Grafton Public College (two circumstances); Burnham Public College in Cobourg (one case); Campbellford District Public College (one case); Woodville Elementary College (one scholar case, two courses closed); Grandview Public College in Bethany (one scholar case, one classroom closed and Archie Stouffer Elementary College in Minden (one scholar case, one classroom closed).
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