Province reports 179 new COVID-19 cases and eight more deaths on Saturday

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Province reports 179 new COVID-19 cases and eight more deaths on Saturday's Profile


Ontario is reporting yet another day of fewer than 200 COVID-19 cases.

On Saturday, 179 new cases were confirmed in the province.

There are 32 new cases in Waterloo region, 27 in Grey Bruce, 23 in Toronto, 21 in Peel region and 16 in Hamilton.

The province is also reporting three cases in Durham, but the Durham Region Health Department releases up-to-date stats each afternoon. 

Another nine deaths were reported, bringing the death toll in Ontario to 9,237.

Of the latest deaths, three were between 40-59, two were between 60-79 and three were 80 or older.

Right now, there are at least 165 people in Ontario hospitals with of COVID-19, although that number is certainly an undercount as some hospital do not report their numbers on weekends.

There are 197 patients in an ICU because of COVID-19, but 49 of them are no longer testing positive.

As of July 9 there were three patients from Manitoba in Ontario, all of whom are in the ICU.

There are 218 more resolved cases in the province.

The number of active cases went down to 1,710.

There were 23,695 tests completed the day prior to this report.

There is also a 0.6 per cent positivity rate, the lowest seen in almost a year.

There are also 8,830 tests still under investigation, a decrease of 884 from Friday’s report.

So far in Ontario, 16,827,434 vaccines have been administered, an increase of 207,507 from the day before.

According to the province, 6,702,624 people are fully vaccinated or have received both doses, an increase of 186,664 from Friday.

Age Group At least one dose Second dose % at least one dose % fully vaccinated
12-17yrs 569,289 162,981 59.83% 17.13%
18-29yrs 1,657,695 855,275 67.51% 34.83%
30-39yrs 1,466,900 866,090 71.35% 42.12%
40-49yrs 1,433,160 916,959 76.37% 48.86%
50-59yrs 1,658,972 1,153,448 80.50% 55.97%
60-69yrs 1,596,630 1,246,217 88.95% 69.43%
70-79yrs 1,084,301 920,960 93.48% 79.40%
80+ 653,583 577,872 96.22% 85.07%
Undisclosed 4,280 2,822
Adults 18+ 9,551,241 6,536,821 79.04% 54.10%
Eligible 12+ 10,120,530 6,699,802 79.04% 54.10%
Summary of cases of COVID-19: Ontario, January 15, 2020 to July 9, 2021
Severity Number Percentage
Number of cases 546,983 N/A
Change from previous report (new cases) 179 < 0.1% increase
Resolved 536,028 98.0
Change from previous report 218 < 0.1% increase
Subset of all cases that are reported to be long-term care residents 15,434 2.8
Subset of all cases that are reported as a health care worker associated with long-term care outbreaks 7,221 1.3
Total number of deaths 9,245 1.7
Deaths reported for residents in long-term care homes 3,975 43.0
Deaths reported for health care workers in long-term care homes 10 0.1
Summary of confirmed variant of concern (VOC) cases: Ontario, up to July 9, 2021
Variant Cases
Lineage B.1.1.7 (Alpha variant) 144,556
Lineage B.1.351 (Beta variant) 1,439
Lineage P.1 (Gamma variant) 4,800
Lineage B.1.617.2 (Delta variant) 2,557
Demographics – Ontario, January 15, 2020 to July 9, 2021
Case characteristics Number
Male 272,579
Female 270,693
19 and under 88,178
20-39 204,836
40-59 156,049
60-79 72,675
80 and over 25,145
Testing – Ontario, January 15, 2020 to July 9, 2021
Testing Number
Total tests completed 16,168,825
Total tests completed in the previous day 23,695
Currently under investigation 8,830
Hospitalizations – Ontario, January 15, 2020 to July 9, 2021
Hospitalizations Number
Number of patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19 165
Total patients in ICU due to COVID-related critical illness 197
Number of patients currently in ICU, testing positive for COVID 148
Number of patients currently in ICU due to COVID, no longer testing positive for COVID 49
Total patients in ICU on a ventilator due to COVID-related critical illness 134
Number of patients currently in ICU on a ventilator with COVID-19 105
Patients in ICU due to COVID on a ventilator, no longer testing positive for COVID 29

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