Ontario reports another 177 COVID-19 cases and six more deaths, according to your latest report released Sunday morning.

Ontario has administered 134,654 vaccine dose since its last daily update, with 18,114,229 vaccinations administered in total at 8 pm the night before.

According to Star’s vaccine tracker, 10,252,746 people in Ontario have received at least one injection. That works out to roughly 78.7 percent of the eligible population ages 12 and older, and the equivalent of 69.6 percent of the total population, including those who are not yet eligible for the vaccine.

The province says 7,726,829 people have completed their vaccinations, meaning they have received both doses. That is roughly 59.3 percent of the eligible population ages 12 and older, and the equivalent of 52.4 percent of the total population, including those who are not yet eligible for the vaccine.

At the local level, Health Minister Christine Elliott says 22 cases are in Toronto, 12 in the Peel region and 16 in Hamilton.

Meanwhile, a resident in long-term care has passed away. A total of 3,789 people have died from COVID-19 in long-term care since the pandemic began. in the latest report published by the province,

Ontario reports that there is one fewer long-term care home in the outbreak, for a total of three or 0.5 percent of long-term care homes in the province.

These data are self-reported by long-term care homes to the Ministry of Long-Term Care. Daily case and death figures may not immediately match the figures published by local public health units due to delays in reporting time.

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There are 144,798 confirmed cases in Ontario of the Alpha variant first detected in the UK.

There are 1,466 Ontario cases of the Beta variant first detected in South Africa.

There are 4,955 cases of the Gamma variant that were first found in Brazil.

There are 3,318 cases of the Delta variant detected for the first time in India.

According to the province, there are currently 105 people hospitalized with COVID-19, 150 patients in intensive care and 99 people on ventilators. In Ontario, 9,294 have died from COVID-19.



Reference-www.thestar.com

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