Canada COVID-19: Ontario reports 821 new cases, 78 new cases in Ottawa
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What you need to know, at a glance
- Ontario reported 821 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday: 326 in Toronto, 136 in Peel and 64 in York, the province’s four COVID-19 hot spots
- There were three new deaths reported.
- Tuesday’s total was up 16 per cent from the 704 cases reported Monday
- Ontario now has 65,896 confirmed cases since the pandemic began
- The province conducted more than 24,000 tests on Monday, a significant drop from the more than 31,000 tests completed the day before
- “I’m not cancelling Halloween,” Premier Doug Ford says. “What we’re highly recommending is that you don’t go door-to-door in the hot spot areas.”
- Ottawa reported 78 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, pushing the number of active cases in the city to 745
- There has been one new death, raising the total number of deaths to 304.
- There have been 6,116 total cases in Ottawa since the pandemic began, with 5,117 considered resolved.
- 46 COVID-19 patients are in hospital, six of them in intensive care
- The agency reported two new outbreaks in long-term care and retirement homes, bfor a total of 53, while there were two new outbreaks in schools and child care facilities, for a total of 53
- The Eastern Ontario Health Unit reported 12 new cases in its catchment area
- The region had 153 active cases as of Tuesday with five people in hospital and one person in ICU
- There have been 13 deaths in the region
- Regional medical officer of health, Dr. Paul Roumeliotis, reiterated his calls to cancel trick-or-treating, saying the region is “teetering” on verge of becoming one of the province’s hot spots
- Quebec reported 877 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday morning
- The total number of of cases in Quebec now stands at 95,216
- The province recorded five deaths in the last 24-hour period for which there is data and reported an additional seven deaths from the period Oct. 13 and 18. Total number of deaths now 6,055
- 49 new cases reported in the Outaouais, bringing the total to 2,111
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has added his voice to those of health officials who’ve urged Canadian families to forego door-to-door Halloween activities next week.
- Nationally, Canada’s total number of COVID-19 cases surpassed 200,000 on Monday and now stands at 201,437, with 9,778 deaths.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday he’s trusting Ontarians to follow the recommendations of local public health officials by forgoing trick-or-treating this year.
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“I don’t think the guidelines could be any clearer,” Ford said Tuesday afternoon at his daily media briefing.
“I’m not cancelling Halloween. What we’re highly recommending is that you don’t go door-to-door in the hot spot areas.”
Ontario reported 821 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 326 in Toronto, 136 in Peel and 64 in York, three of the province’s “hot spots.” Ottawa Public Health reported 78 new cases in the city, the province’s fourth designated COVID-19 hot spot.
Asked how the province would enforce compliance if, for example, parents in Ottawa choose to drive their kids outside the city limits to trick-or-treat, Ford said it would be a matter of trust.
“If you want to load your kids in the car and drive 30 miles — we don’t have enough police. We can’t be checking every single car. If someone does that or if they have a house party then they’re being reckless and being careless. The only way we’re going to get through this is by following the guidelines that have been proven here and around the world.”
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford, when asked about comments by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that appeared to criticize provinces on their testing and contact tracing ability, said he believes “we’re kicking everyone’s butt” on testing. He also said as a province, Ontario has faced “every hurdle” from acquiring enough personal protective equipment to testing, and did so together.
The call to avoid trick-or-treating has been backed by medical officers of health in Ottawa and Eastern Ontario, doctors Vera Etches and Paul Roumeliotis, respectively.
Meanwhile, Ford also defended his government’s decision to allow dance studios to open inside the four hot zones, even while gyms and fitness clubs are prevented from having indoor classes.
The difference, he said, is that the dance studios have the same children coming in for lessons, almost like the cohort system used by the Ministry of Education for its COVID-19 safety.
“It’s not too much different from schools,” Ford said.
The risk, he said, is much less than at fitness centre like the Hamilton spin studio where an outbreak exposed “thousands” to the virus.
“I think we’re comparing apples and oranges there.”
Ontario reported 821 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 326 in Toronto, 136 in Peel and 64 in York, three of the province’s “hot zones.”
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There were three new deaths, bringing the province’s total death toll to 3,053.
The newest tally represents a 16 per per cent jump from the 704 cases reported Monday.
The province tested more than 24,000 people on Monday, Health Minister Christine Elliott announced on Twitter Tuesday morning, a drop from the more than 31,000 tests completed the day before.
The drop in testing was of some concern by the government, Ford said, and officials are looking into the matter.
Some 274 COVID-19 patients are in Ontario hospitals with 72 in intensive care and 45 on ventilators.
Across the province, 87 long-term care homes are in outbreak, with 197 active cases among LTC residents and 249 positive cases among staff.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also said his family will follow Etches’s suggestion and the Trudeau children will not be trick-or-treating door-to-door this year.
“We know that it’s not easy, and it’s frustrating,” Trudeau said Tuesday. “Unfortunately all of us are having to make sacrifices of different types, particularly kids.”
Trudeau said his family may follow a friend’s suggestion and have an Easter-style candy hunt in their house and yard.
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“I think families will be creative in how they respond to giving their kids as fun a holiday as we can while always listening to public health officials and respecting local guidelines,” he said.
Canada’s COVID-19 death toll has continued its climb over the last few days, nearing 10,000 in Canada as severe illness caused by the pandemic rises and hospitalizations ramp up, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer said Tuesday.
The total number of deaths reached 9,778 on Monday.
Canada has now seen 201,437 cases, including close to 22,000 active ones currently, according to numbers compiled Monday evening.
Tam said Tuesday 3,289 new cases were reported, 27 per cent of which came from Quebec with 25 per cent from Ontario.
Ottawa Public Health reported 78 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the number of active cases in Ottawa to 745.
There has been one new death reported, raising the total number of deaths to 304.
There have been 6,116 total cases in Ottawa since the pandemic began, with 5,117 considered resolved.
There are 46 COVID-19 cases in Ottawa hospitals with six of them in intensive care.
OPH is reporting 53 ongoing outbreaks in long-term care and retirement homes, two more than the day before, and 23 outbreaks in schools and child care facilities, also up by two from the day before.
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“This decision was not taken lightly, but the health and safety of our exhibitors, partners, visitors, and contractors is our top priority. Additional factors leading to the show’s postponement included the ability to provide a quality audience to the exhibitors and adequate time to produce a successful show,” organizers said in a press release. But boat lovers can still get their winter fix: A version of the show will be available online. More details at
The Eastern Ontario Health Unit reported 12 new cases in its catchment area, which includes the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, Prescott-Russell and the city of Cornwall.
The region now has 153 active cases as of Tuesday afternoon with five people in hospital and one person in intensive care. The number of deaths remains at 13.
The region’s medical officer of health, Dr. Paul Roumeliotis, reiterated his calls to cancel trick-or-treating, saying the region is “teetering” on the verge of becoming one of the province’s COVID-19 hot spots.
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“The problem is when you’re clustering a lot of people and you’re moving from home to home to home, you can’t control that. That’s the issue,” Roumeliotis told CTV Ottawa.
“Yes, you’re outside and if you do it carefully you can probably get away with it. But if you cluster a lot of kids running around, especially with elderly individuals handing out … that’s really the bottom line.
“I think we should be prudent, particularly in my area where we’re teetering and among the five top area in Ontario in terms of numbers, I think we should be prudent, just for this year.”
The situation is better in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, which remains in yellow status with just nine active cases. The region has had 172 cases in total and no COVID-19 deaths.
Quebec reported 877 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday morning. The province also announced that 90 cases that had previous been reported had been reclassified as negative results. Consequently, the total of cases in Quebec now stands at 95,216.
The province recorded five deaths in the last 24-hour period for which there is data and reported an additional seven deaths from the period Oct. 13-18. One death that had previously been attributed to the virus was reclassified, the provincial death toll is now 6,055.
The number of hospitalizations climbed by 33 to 565 — the highest point since mid-June. Of the patients in hospital due to the virus, 100 are in intensive care, an increase of eight.
There were 49 cases reported in the Outaouais, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 2,111 since the pandemic began. There have been 35 deaths.
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