Friday October 15, 2021

Coronavirus Update – 15 October 2021

Data is from this morning, comparisons are with yesterday


593,437? 4179,809 ? 5
? Eligible people with one dose87.2% 
? Eligible people with second dose82.6%

Ontario COVID Page    Ontario Vaccine Rates 


417,832?64411,431 ? 2
? Eligible people with one dose89.7%
? Eligible people with second dose85.4%

Quebec COVID Page     Quebec Vaccine Rates


cases changedeaths

601 ?0

? Eligible people with one dose

824,289 (89%)
? Eligible people with second dose781,027 (85%)

Ottawa Public Health     Ottawa Vaccination Rates.    Ottawa Wastewater 


14,088?25222 ?0
? Number of doses of vaccine 592,898

As of October 13, 2021 Updated Weekly

? Eligible people with one dose 86.4%
? Eligible people with second dose82.5%

Outaouais Public Health    Quebec Vaccination Rates


5672?133117 ?1
? Eligible people with one dose164,635 (90%)
? Eligible people with second dose155,287 (84.9%)

Eastern Ontario Health Unit  Eastern Ontario Health Unit Vaccination Rates


⭕ Proof of COVID-19 vaccination QR codes are available on the Ontario website for the next three days, divided by quarters. People with birthdates Jan - Apr can download today, May - Aug Saturday, and Sept - Dec Sunday. The stepped system is an attempt to avoid crashing the website. Venues can scan the QR code and if the bearer is fully vaccinated, a large green checkmark will appear. [Global] [Provincial Portal]

+ Related Ontario will phase out the vaccine passport system over the next year, says the Province's chief medical officer

+ Related The Federal Government is mulling moving the COVID-19 vaccination verification power to the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority rather than airlines 

+ Related Canadians crossing the US border on a road trip still require a negative COVID-19 test to come back

⭕ The US border will be open to fully vaccinated Canadian travellers November 8. The US has said that Canadians who have had a mix of COVID-19 vaccines will be accepted as fully vaccinated. [CBC]

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