Coronavirus Update – 9 July 2021

9 July 2021

All data is as of this morning, changes are compared with yesterday.

ONTARIO

caseschangedeaths
546,804πŸ”Ί 1839,237 πŸ”Ί9 
πŸ’‰ Eligible people with one dose78.1% 
πŸ’‰ Eligible people with second dose50.4%


Ontario COVID Page    Ontario Vaccine Rates 

QUEBEC

caseschangedeaths
375,716πŸ”Ί7711,230 πŸ”Ί1
πŸ’‰ Eligible people with one dose81.3%
πŸ’‰ Eligible people with second dose40.3%


Quebec COVID Page     Quebec Vaccine Rates




OTTAWA

cases changedeaths
27,719πŸ”Ί 7591 πŸ”Έ 0
πŸ’‰ Vaccinated with one dose762,808
πŸ’‰ Vaccinated with second dose405,792


Ottawa Public Health     Ottawa Vaccination Rates.    Ottawa Wastewater 

OUTAOUAIS

caseschangedeaths
12,549πŸ”Ί 2215 πŸ”Έ 0
πŸ’‰ Number of doses of vaccine 414,493


Outaouais Public Health    Quebec Vaccination Rates

EASTERN ONTARIO HEALTH UNIT

caseschangedeaths
4727πŸ”Έ 0111 πŸ”Έ 0

πŸ’‰ Number of doses of vaccine
209,977


Eastern Ontario Health Unit


COVID-19 NEWS

β­• As you can see above, Ontario is now over 50 per cent vaccinated with two doses. (More accurately, more than 50 per cent of people over the age of 12 are now vaccinated with two doses)

β­• Ontario will move into Step 3 next Friday, five days earlier than planned. That means 25 people indoors socially, indoor dining with no limits (except social distancing and mask rules), cinemas, sports, concerts and gyms at 50 per cent capacity, with arenas  up to 1000 people. And, get ready, Karaoke is back. [Global

β­• Quebec may launch a vaccine passport that bars people from pubs, restaurants, gyms, festivals, etc. if they are not double vaccinated. The passport would not bar people from essential services. September 1 is considered a possible start date. The early date is because Ontario has passed vaccination targets. [CBC] [Step 3 Details]

β­• Canada may start allowing fully vaccinated tourists into the country soon – but unvaccinated people will be barred for quite awhile. [Reuters]

β­•  Ottawa should hit 90 per cent vaccinated by mid-August says Anthony Di Monte, City of Ottawa General Manager of Emergency & Protective Services [CityNews]

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