Sources: CCM and SAS Tool, Ontario Ministry of Health
Notes: The PHU does not have access to real-time hospital admissions. There may be a delay from when someone is admitted to or discharged from the hospital or the ICU with COVID-19 and when the provincial SAS tool is updated. These numbers include all COVID-19 cases due to their COVID-19 infection and those who are positive for COVID-19 but were hospitalized for other reasons.
There may be some fluctuation in numbers from day to day as a result of case investigation, follow-up and data cleaning. Cases between March 2020 and December 2021 and since January 2022 are not comparable due to provincial changes to testing eligibility and case and contact management.
Call the Ministry of Ontario COVID-19 information line at 1-888-777-0730 or visit https://healthconnectontario.health.gov.on.ca/static/guest/home.
These numbers include all COVID-19 cases due to COVID-19 infection and those who are positive for COVID-19 but were hospitalized for other reasons.
This table was updated on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, at 12:00 p.m.
|Residents with confirmed COVID-19||15|
|Admitted due to COVID-19||0|
|Admitted for other reasons||15|
|Residents in ICU with confirmed COVID-19||0|
|Admitted to ICU due to COVID-19||0|
|Admitted to ICU for other reasons||0|
Source: SAS Tool, Ontario Ministry of Health
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