Sumary of COVID-19: 1 death, 12 cases in London-Middlesex as province enters 1st stage of reopening plan:
- Hospitalizations – Outbreaks – Schools – Vaccinations and testing – Ontario – Elgin and Oxford – Huron and Perth – Sarnia and Lambton One death and 12 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in London-Middlesex, local health officials said Friday..
- The update comes as the province enters the first stage of its economic reopening plan and some pandemic restrictions are loosened, including for outdoor gatherings, outdoor dining and non-essential retail..
- Friday update brings the region pandemic case total to 12,412, of which 12,087 have resolved, an increase of 11 from the day before..
- The rolling seven-day case average for London-Middlesex (June 4 to June 10) is 13, compared to 23 the seven days previous..
- The region test positivity rate sits at 2.1 per cent as of the week of May 30 based on 5,363 tests, down from 3.3 per cent the week prior based on 6,111 tests..
- Ontario enters provincial COVID-19 reopening plan — Here what is allowed in Step 1 One individual is aged 19 or younger, six are in their 30s, two each are in their 40s and 50s, and one is in their 60s..
- 2:01 Delta variant spreading through Canada raises reopening concerns Previous Video Next Video The Alpha variant (B.1.1.7), first identified in the U.K., has accounted for the vast majority of local variant cases — 3,158..
- While projections presented Thursday suggested already sharply lower case counts and positivity rates will continue to fall in the immediate future, concern remained about the more transmissible and possibly more dangerous Delta variant….