If 60 cases were listed in Ottawa on Thursday, the daily toll shows a number 25% higher on Friday.
The death toll remains unchanged with 594 deaths since the start of the pandemic. A total of 29,151 listed Ottawans have contracted COVID-19 so far.
Currently, 477 cases are active in the population.
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) has updated its hospital admission report. At the moment, 11 people are hospitalized and five of them are in intensive care, including one person in his twenties.
On the website of SPO, we also learn that, according to data collected between August 7 and September 10, unvaccinated people are 11 times more at risk of contracting the virus than adequately vaccinated citizens.
90 active cases in eastern Ontario
In Eastern Ontario, 16 more cases are added to the toll of the Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU).
Health authorities indicate that 90 cases are active in their territory.
Since the start of the pandemic, 5,051 cases have been recorded by the BSEO.
Two people are currently hospitalized, one of whom is in intensive care.
The death toll remains stable, with 112 victims of COVID so far.
Two outbreaks are underway in eastern Ontario.
As the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic gains momentum, the BSEOissued a statement on Friday strongly recommending that all local employers put in place workplace vaccination policies to protect their workers and the public.
To help them adopt this recommendation, the BSEOissued guidelines for developing and implementing COVID-19 vaccination policies.
Across the province, 795 new cases and five deaths were listed this Friday. More than 73% of these new cases affect people who are not fully immunized or whose vaccination status is unknown.
Ontario has also launched an advertising campaign to list the benefits of vaccination on social media. We are trying to convince young people to receive their doses of the vaccine against COVID-19.
36 cases in Outaouais
Across the Ottawa River, the Outaouais Integrated Health and Social Services Center (CISSS) reports 36 additional infections. However, we do not deplore any deaths. Since the start of the pandemic, 216 residents in the area have lost their lives due to the coronavirus.
There are 238 cases still active in the Outaouais. Since spring 2020, 13,425 people have tested positive for the coronavirus.
the CISSSde l’Outaouais also reported nine active outbreaks in the workplace in the region.
It also reports 11 hospitalizations, of which five people are in intensive care.
The National Institute of Public Health of Quebec (INSPQ) indicates that the Outaouais has an active case rate of 58.8 per 100,000 inhabitants. Estrie and Mauricie and Center-du-Québec are administrative regions with similar rates.
In the Laurentians, it is 101, Montreal, there are 116.4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, in Laval, it is 182.3.
the Quebec identifies 837 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, six hospitalizations and three more deaths. By comparison, the province recorded 879 cases last Friday.