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COVID-19: HKPR reports death in Haliburton County, 8 new hospitalized cases over past week – Peterborough

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit reported a demise and 31 new circumstances of COVID-19 over the previous week as whole energetic circumstances noticed a slight improve, based on knowledge launched on Wednesday afternoon.

The well being unit’s COVID-19 dashboard — now up to date every Wednesday — reported the next knowledge for the well being unit’s jurisdiction of the City of Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland County and Haliburton County as of two:15 p.m. Wednesday:

Lively lab-confirmed circumstances: 33 — up from 29 reported on June 15 and 60 reported on June 8. The 31 new circumstances embody 14 every within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes and Northumberland County and three in Haliburton County. Among the many 33 energetic circumstances, there are 17 within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes (six extra), 13 in Northumberland County (yet one more) and three in Haliburton County (three much less).

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The province and well being unit notice that attributable to restrictions in provincial testing, the variety of energetic circumstances is an “underestimate” of precise group unfold.

Deaths: 112 lab-confirmed deaths and 13 possible deaths for the reason that pandemic was declared — one new demise since June 15. There have been 48 lab-confirmed COVID-19-related deaths within the well being unit’s jurisdiction in 2022 up to now: 26 within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes (unchanged), 17 in Northumberland County (unchanged) and 5 in Haliburton County (yet one more with a demise within the Municipality of Dysart et al).

From March 2020 to December 2021, there have been 63 lab-confirmed deaths and 13 possible deaths reported. On March 11, 2022, 4 circumstances beforehand reported within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes have been faraway from the well being unit’s database to align with modifications in provincial reporting.

Hospitalized circumstances: 150 reported thus far in 2022 — eight new admissions since June 15 — with 70 within the Metropolis of Kawartha Lakes (4 extra), 69 in Northumberland County (two extra) and 11 in Haliburton County (two extra). There have been 29 intensive care unit admissions in 2022 — unchanged since June 15. Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay reported five inpatients as of midday Wednesday. Of the 5 circumstances, two cite COVID-19 as the first explanation for admission.

The well being unit notes there are “slight delays” in reporting case admittance, ICU admission and hospital discharges.

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Cumulative circumstances: 5,681 lab-confirmed circumstances in 2022 and 9,461 whole circumstances for the reason that pandemic was first declared. Kawartha Lakes has led 2022 totals with 2,790 circumstances. In Northumberland County, Cobourg leads municipalities with 659 circumstances this yr.

Vaccination knowledge launched this week:

  • Eligible residents (age 5 and older): 85.7 per cent with one dose, 83.2 per cent with two doses.
  • Adults (age 18 and older): 88.9 per cent with one dose, 87.4 per cent with two doses, 62.2 per cent with three doses.
  • Doses administered: 159,179 first doses (62 extra since June 15); 154,203 second doses (up by 92) and 102,173 third doses (up by 150).

Vaccination: The well being unit continues to host vaccine clinics throughout its jurisdiction. Go to the health unit’s website for an active list.

The well being unit solely reviews outbreaks at “high-risk settings.” No new outbreaks have been reported over the previous seven days.

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There’s one energetic outbreak as of Wednesday afternoon:

  • Extendicare Haliburton long-term care residence in Haliburton: Declared June 1.

Outbreaks deemed over, since June 15:

  • Rosewood Estates Retirement House in Cobourg: Declared Could 30 and lifted on June 17.

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