Coronavirus Update – 25 March 2022

25 March 2022

Information is as of this morning. Changes are relative to yesterday.

ONTARIO

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667πŸ”Ί 6161

πŸ”Έ -4

caseschangedeaths
1,148,336πŸ”Ί 2,76112,388 πŸ”Ί 15
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with one dose (5+)89.6% 
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with two doses (5+)

85.7%

πŸ’‰ All people in Ontario with third dose48.2%


Ontario COVID Page    Ontario Vaccine Rates 

QUEBEC

hospitalizationschangein icuchange
1,048πŸ”Έ -1459πŸ”Έ -2
caseschangedeaths
953,498πŸ”Ί 2,20314,300 πŸ”Ί 12
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with one dose (5+)91.5%
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with two doses (5+)87%
πŸ’‰ All people in Quebec with third dose49.7%


Quebec COVID Page     Quebec Vaccine Rates



OTTAWA

hospitalizationschangein icuchange
10πŸ”Ί 11πŸ”Έ 0
cases changedeaths
65,394πŸ”Ί165

760 πŸ”Έ 0

πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with one dose (5+)

914,249 (92%)
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with two doses (5+)876,057 (88%)
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with three doses (12+)560,571 (61%)


Ottawa Public Health     Ottawa Vaccination Rates.    Ottawa Wastewater 

OUTAOUAIS 

hospitalizationschangein icuchange
8πŸ”Έ -22πŸ”Έ 0
caseschangedeaths
36,109πŸ”Ί 55291 πŸ”Έ 0



As of March 18, 2022 Updated Weekly

πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with one dose (12+) 89%
πŸ’‰ Eligible people vaccinated with two doses (12+)86.8%


Outaouais Public Health    Quebec Vaccination Rates

EASTERN ONTARIO HEALTH UNIT

The Health Unit is changing the way they report. In the meantime, they are reporting only selected information. 

hospitalizationschangein icuchange
6πŸ”Έ 00πŸ”Έ 0
active caseschangedeaths
-πŸ”Έ -211 πŸ”Έ 0


Eastern Ontario Health Unit.   Daily Stats  


COVID-19 NEWS

β­• Lifting capacity limits in businesses is the reason COVID-19 cases sharply went up, says Dr. Brent Moloughney, Ottawa Public Health's deputy medical officer of Health. [CBC]

β­• Superspreading events due to dropping of the mask mandate may lead to a spring wave of COVID-19 cases in Ottawa, says Tyson Graber, co-lead investigator of the COVID-19 wastewater project. [Ottawa Citizen]

β­• Premier Doug Ford today said that Ontario did not drop COVID-19 restrictions too soon, despite rising COVID-19 cases. [CTV]

β­• The World Health Organization has rejected the Canadian-developed, plant-based COVID-19 vaccine from Medicago because it is partially owned by a tobacco company. We mentioned that this was a possibility previous, now it is official. [CityNews]

β­• Somerset ward councillor Catherine McKenney has tested positive for COVID-19. [CityNews]

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