Ontario reported 306 new COVID-19 cases because the total number of deaths crossed 9,800

Ontario reported 306 new COVID-19 cases because the total number of deaths crossed 9,800

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Ontario reported 306 new COVID-19 cases because the total number of deaths crossed 9,800

In Ontario, 306 cases of Covid-19 were reported on Wednesday — the lowest in a single day since the beginning of August — and the deaths of 12 more.

While overall daily cases have been downward for weeks, test levels have fallen over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, a factor in today’s count.

The seven-day average of new daily cases has dropped to 500.

Additional deaths pushed the official number to 9,804.

Here are some other important epidemiological indicators and statistics Daily Provincial Update of the Ministry of Health:

Cases for the new school: 269 reported between last Friday afternoon and Tuesday afternoon. 93 percent of students. Five schools in the province are currently closed due to Kovid-19.

ICU patients have Covid related diseases:153, 102 requires ventilator to breathe.

Inspections have been completed in the last 24 hours: 23,219, positive rate of 1.7 percent.

Active cases:4,136, roughly one-third of the public school system.

Vaccines: 29,857 doses were administered by public health units on Tuesday. Approximately 82.4 percent of Ontarians aged 12 years and older now have two-dose vaccines.