Ontario reports another single-day record of COVID-19 cases – Status of Vaccinations in Algoma

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Ontario reports another single-day record of COVID-19 cases today as hospitalizations continue to rise

Health officials in Ontario are reporting another single day record today with a total of 4,736 new cases topping the previous record of 4,456 infections this past Sunday. This puts the seven day average at 4,208 up from 3,093 a week ago.

The number of confirmed positive cases is 38,341 in Ontario, up from 28,059 a week ago. Of the active cases, 1,932 are currently hospitalized with 659 of those patients reported to be in ICU care.

Late last night, Algoma Public Health reported six new cases of COVID-19 for a second day in a row, all in Sault Ste. Marie and Area. All six new confirmed cases are reported to be self-isolating with cause of exposure close contact.

To date, the Algoma District has seen 285 confirmed cases, 238 resolved and 47 currently active.

Source: Algoma Public Health
Immunization Uptake and Coverage in Algoma – Phase 1 of Ontario’s 3 Phase Vacine Distribution Program

As of 9:04 a.m. this morning, the Algoma Public Health is reporting that a total of 30, 346 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the Algoma District. Of those doses, 25,350 (22.2%) residents have been partially immunized with their first dose only and 2,498 (2.2%) residents have been fully immunized with both the first and second doses.

To date, a total 27,848 (24.4%) of Algoma residents have been immunized with either a first dose or fully vaccinated.

Immunization Uptake and Coverage in Ontario

As of 10:30 a.m. this morning, Ontario is reporting that 3,528,404 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the province. Of those doses, 339,491 people have been fully vaccinated with an average of 105,430 doses administered daily.

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  1. As the AstraZeneca vaccine is banned by more countries, and the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is being ever more scrutinized, both for causing serious/deadly blood clots.

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