Province reports 640 new COVID-19 cases and 10 more deaths on Saturday

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Province reports 640 new COVID-19 cases and 10 more deaths on Saturday's Profile



On Saturday, 640 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Ontario, at least 485 of which were in people who are not fully vaccinated or their vaccination status is unknown.

Another 10 deaths were announced, bringing the death toll to 9,688. The province says four of the deaths occurred more than one month ago and were added to the cumulative count based on data cleaning.

The province now releases data about new cases and those in hospital who are vaccinated, partially vaccinated or unvaccinated.

There are 794 more resolved cases in the province.

The number of active cases went down to 5,583.

There were 33,303 tests completed the day prior to this report.

The province reported a positivity rate of 1.9 per cent.

So far in Ontario, 21,614,205 vaccines have been administered.

According to the province, 10,437,551 people are fully vaccinated or have received both doses.

Vaccination Status Cases
Unvaccinated 370
Partially Vaccinated 46
Fully Vaccinated 155
Unknown 69
Total 640
Vaccination Status In Hospital – Non ICU In ICU
Unvaccinated 133 102
Partially Vaccinated 9 11
Fully Vaccinated 43 17
Age Group At least one dose Second dose % at least one dose % fully vaccinated
12-17yrs 759,951 667,443 79.87% 70.14%
18-29yrs 1,952,855 1,725,609 79.53% 70.27%
30-39yrs 1,671,490 1,523,184 81.30% 74.08%
40-49yrs 1,575,375 1,475,734 83.95% 78.64%
50-59yrs 1,772,116 1,692,535 85.99% 82.12%
60-69yrs 1,663,376 1,614,487 92.66% 89.94%
70-79yrs 1,113,169 1,090,168 95.97% 93.99%
80+ 664,821 645,706 97.87% 95.06%
Adults 18+ 10,413,202 9,767,423 86.18% 80.83%
Ontario 12+ 11,173,153 10,434,866 85.72% 80.05%
Undisclosed 3,501 2,685
Summary of cases of COVID-19: Ontario, January 15, 2020 to September 24, 2021
Severity Number Percentage
Number of cases 583,275 N/A
Change from previous report (new cases) 640 0.1% increase
Resolved 567,994 97.4
Change from previous report 794 0.1% increase
Subset of all cases that are reported to be long-term care residents 15,580 2.7
Subset of all cases that are reported as a health care worker associated with long-term care outbreaks 7,344 1.3
Total number of deaths 9,698

4 deaths occurred more than one month ago and were added to the cumulative count based on data cleaning.

1.7
New deaths reported 6 <0.1% increase
Deaths reported for residents in long-term care homes 4,010 41.3
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 September 24, 2021
Variant Cases
Lineage B.1.1.7 (Alpha) 146,457
Lineage B.1.351 (Beta) 1,502
Lineage P.1 (Gamma) 5,229
Lineage B.1.617.2 (Delta) 18,014
Demographics – Ontario, January 15, 2020 to September 24, 2021
Case characteristics Number
Male 290,563
Female 288,606
0-4 16,291
5-11 29,270
12-19 52,070
20-39 220,186
40-59 163,912
60-79 75,669
80 and over 25,765
Testing – Ontario, January 15, 2020 to September 24, 2021
Testing Number
Total tests completed 17,923,493
Total tests completed in the previous day 33,303
Currently under investigation 17,275
Hospitalizations – Ontario, January 15, 2020 to September 24, 2021
Hospitalizations Number
Number of patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19 323
Total patients in ICU due to COVID-related critical illness 178
Number of patients currently in ICU, testing positive for COVID 153
Number of patients currently in ICU due to COVID, no longer testing positive for COVID 25
Total patients in ICU on a ventilator due to COVID-related critical illness 128
Number of patients currently in ICU on a ventilator with COVID-19 111
Patients in ICU due to COVID on a ventilator, no longer testing positive for COVID 17

 

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