Ontario reports 37.6 per cent decrease in hospitalizations for COVID-19, three new deaths

According to its latest report released Sunday morning, 79 people in ICU and 419 in hospital due to COVID-19 in Ontario have overall tested positive for COVID-19.

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The numbers represent a 2.5 percent reduction in ICU COVID-19 count and a 37.6 percent reduction in overall hospitalizations. Of the 2,343 adult ICU beds in the state, 29.2 per cent are available for new patients.

Given the new provincial rules around testing that take effect on December 31, 2021, the case count – reported at 710 on Saturday, down 21.2 percent from the previous day – is also not considered an accurate assessment That’s how widespread COVID-19 is right now.


Three new deaths have been reported in the latest figures.

Hospitalization according to vaccine status

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a star analysis As of Friday, unvaccinated people were hospitalized 1.09 times more than those who were fully vaccinated, the data showed. The analysis shows that unvaccinated people are being…