Ontario is reporting a slight increase in the number of new COVID cases and the seven-day average for cases is back above 500.
The province reported 454 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, at least 249 of which were people who are not fully vaccinated or their vaccination status is unknown.
The seven-day average for Ontario is now at 503 per day, the highest it’s been since October 12.
Nine new deaths were announced, which brings the death toll to 9,912.
As of November 9, there were 16 patients from Saskatchewan in Ontario, 16 of whom are in the ICU.
There are 414 more resolved cases in the province.
The number of active cases went up to 4,053.
There were 33,364 tests completed the day prior to this report.
The province reported a positivity rate of 1.8 per cent.
So far in Ontario, 22,652,266 vaccines have been administered.
According to the province, 11,544,508 people have at least one dose and 11,107,758 people are fully vaccinated or have received both doses.
|Vaccination Status||In Hospital – Non ICU||In ICU|
|Age Group||At least one dose||Second dose||% with one dose||% fully vaccinated|