Coronavirus Update – 13 October 2021

13 October 2021

Data is from yesterday, comparisons are with Friday

Because of delays caused by the Thanksgiving Day holiday, these numbers are the same as yesterday. They will be updated tomorrow.


592,714? 20379,792 ? 6
? Eligible people with one dose87% 
? Eligible people with second dose82.3%

Ontario COVID Page    Ontario Vaccine Rates 


414,573?64311,410 ? 5
? Eligible people with one dose89.6%
? Eligible people with second dose85.1%

Quebec COVID Page     Quebec Vaccine Rates


cases changedeaths

598 ?0

? Eligible people with one dose

821,004 (89%)
? Eligible people with second dose776,115 (84%)

Ottawa Public Health     Ottawa Vaccination Rates.    Ottawa Wastewater 


13,926?25222 ?0
? Number of doses of vaccine 591,774

As of October 3, 2021 Updated Weekly

? Eligible people with one dose 85.9%
? Eligible people with second dose81.7%

Outaouais Public Health    Quebec Vaccination Rates


5533?33115 ?0
? Eligible people with one dose163,411 (89.3%)
? Eligible people with second dose153,335 (83.8%)

Eastern Ontario Health Unit  Eastern Ontario Health Unit Vaccination Rates


⭕ The land border to the United States will reopen in early November for Canadians and Mexicans who are fully vaccinated. The exact date will be announced soon. Any vaccination that is recognized by the World Health Organization will be accepted, which includes the India-brewed version of the Asta Zeneca vaccine used in Canada that some countries had issue. [The Guardian]

⭕ Quebec health workers must be vaccinated by tomorrow or be suspended from their jobs [CBC]

⭕ Ottawa Carleton District School Board committee votes to give teachers permission to wear stronger masks. Teachers are currently given masks to wear by the school board. Some teachers want to wear the stronger N95 masks but, as they are not supplied by the board, they can't be worn. The argument against teachers bringing their own is that the could accidently buy knock-offs, or not have them fitted correctly. [Ottawa Citizen]

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