Ontario reports 1,301 COVID-19 hospitalizations, 3 more deaths after Easter long weekend | CBC News

Ontario is reporting 1,301 individuals hospitalized with COVID-19 on Monday after the province’s pandemic advisory desk mentioned late final week that the sixth wave of the virus may have crested, however that the Easter lengthy weekend might change that.

The Ministry of Well being didn’t launch COVID-19 information on Easter Sunday. Hospitalizations that day reached 1,290, nevertheless it is vital to notice that upwards of 10 per cent of hospitals didn’t present information.

Of these hospitalized at the moment, 202 require intensive care — up from 197 on Sunday. There are 91 sufferers with the virus who require using ventilators to maintain respiratory.

Ontario reported one other 2,219 COVID-19 circumstances via restricted PCR testing Monday, with 2,450 reported the day past.

The ministry says 10,060 exams have been accomplished Sunday. Take a look at positivity price sits at 18.7 per per cent.

The province additionally logged three extra deaths linked to the virus — one logged Sunday and two on Monday — bringing Ontario’s complete COVID-19 demise toll to 12,632.

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