Peterborough Public Well being reported two new COVID-19 deaths, 54 new lab-confirmed instances and a brand new outbreak over the previous week, in accordance with information launched Wednesday afternoon.
In its weekly replace, the well being unit’s neighborhood threat index for COVID-19 remained at ‘reasonable threat’ for the third week in a row with the next threat components:
Different information reported by the well being unit’s weekly COVID-19 tracker website reported for the jurisdiction of Peterborough, Peterborough County, Curve Lake First Nation and Hiawatha First Nation, as of 4 p.m. Wednesday:
Deaths: 127 for the reason that pandemic was declared in 2020 — two extra deaths for the reason that Nov. 16 replace.
New PCR-confirmed instances: 54 for the reason that Nov. 16 replace.
Energetic PCR lab-confirmed instances: 340 — up from 339 reported on Nov. 16 and 386 reported on Nov. 9. The province and well being unit notice the variety of lively instances being reported is an “underestimation” on account of modifications to PCR testing availability efficient Dec. 31, 2021.
Hospitalizations: 504 — cumulative hospitalized instances for the reason that pandemic started — two extra for the reason that Nov. 16 replace. The Peterborough Regional Well being Centre as of Tuesday, Nov. 22 reported seven inpatients, up from six reported on Nov. 15. A document of 53 inpatients was reported on Oct. 18. There have been 53 instances in an intensive care unit for the reason that pandemic was declared — unchanged since Nov. 9. The hospital reviews one affected person switch associated to provincial directives thus far in 2022.
Cumulative lab-confirmed instances: 10,253 for the reason that pandemic started.
Resolved instances: The 9,786 cumulative resolved instances make up roughly 95.4 per cent of all lab-confirmed instances for the reason that pandemic was declared.
The well being unit solely reviews “high-risk” outbreaks. There are 4 lively outbreaks reported on Wednesday afternoon. One new outbreak was declared for the reason that Nov. 16 replace:
- Fairhaven long-term care (Riverside 3 space) in Peterborough: Declared Nov. 21
Different lively outbreaks:
- Congregate dwelling facility (No. 55) in Peterborough County: Declared Nov. 15
- Peterborough Retirement Residence: Declared Nov. 7
- Fairhaven long-term care in Peterborough. Declared Oct. 26 within the Riverside 2 space
Outbreaks declared over for the reason that Nov. 16 replace:
- St. Joseph’s at Fleming long-term care in Peterborough: Creekside A and B – declared Oct. 21 and lifted on Nov. 18.
The well being unit has reported 214 outbreaks for the reason that pandemic was declared.
The well being unit reviews that 397,086 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered. Over the previous six months 37,263 booster doses have been administered. Twenty-six per cent of eligible residents have acquired a booster dose within the final six months.
- All residents: 85 per cent have one dose; 82 per cent have two doses
- Adults (age 70+): 100 per cent have first and second doses
- Adults (age 18-69): 89 per cent have one dose; 87 per cent have two doses
- Adults (age18+): 92 per cent have one dose; 90 per cent have two doses
- Youth (age 12-17): 80 per cent have one dose; 75 per cent have two doses
- Kids (age 5-11): 48 per cent have one dose; 36 per cent have two doses
- Kids (beneath 5): Eight per cent have one dose; three per cent have two doses
The well being unit is internet hosting vaccination clinics at Peterborough Sq. at 340 George St. N. (models 36 and 37). Free two-hour parking shall be obtainable for purchasers. No walk-ins — all appointments should be booked on-line or by calling 1-833-943-3900.
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