ONTARIO SEES CONTINUING RISE IN COVID-19 CASES, MORE OUTBREAKS IN HOSPITALS

Oct 22, 2020

By Bob Komsic

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Another 841 cases of COVID-19 are being reported in Ontario as the 7-day average is climbing again.
That average sits around 761; still below most recent peak of 781 earlier this month, but steadily rising the last four days.
There are almost nine more deaths; the second straight day that many have died from the virus.
40 have died of COVID-19 in Ontario the last week.
Of the new cases, 335 are in Toronto, 162 in Peel Region, 106 in York Region and 72 in Ottawa.
Meanwhile, another Toronto hospital has declared an outbreak.
The Scarborough Health Network which has six infected patients in one unit at its general hospital.
St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health Centre, and the Centre for Addiciton and Mental Health (CAMH) are the others that have declared outbreaks among staff or patients.
An official outbreak is defined as two healthcare related cases within 14 days.
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