September 26, 2022
Ontario COVID-19 News: 24 new deaths. ICU occupancy is at its lowest level in 7 months

Ontario reported on Wednesday 24 deaths from the new COVID-19. This is because the number of virus patients in the intensive care unit has dropped to the lowest point in more than 7 months.

The Ministry of Health said the number of hospital patients who tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday was 722, a decrease of 86 from Tuesday and 360 from a week ago.

At the COVID-19 Science Table in Ontario, viral signals in the state’s wastewater continue to decline, approaching the central epidemic and GTA levels seen at the start of Omicron in December 2021. I found out that.

Of the 590 COVID-19 cases confirmed by the limited free PCR test on Wednesday, 82 were unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, 110 were vaccinated twice, and 347 were vaccinated three or more times. The Ministry of Health states that there are 51 cases of people. People of unknown vaccination status were involved.

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