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No new COVID-19 cases; active cases drop to one

JAN. 31: No new cases, and just one active COVID-19 case is reported by Hastings Prince Edward Public Health.

The dashboard report also shows one person in hospital and the one-case “outbreak” at Trent Valley Lodge in Trenton still active.

JAN. 30: No new COVID-19 cases reported today for Hastings Prince Edward counties and now just two active cases – one in Quinte West and one in Belleville.

JAN. 29: No new COVID-19 cases were reported for Hastings and Prince Edward counties and with recoveries, active cases drop to five. One person is in hospital. The one-case outbreak at Crown Ridge is not yet declared over. There are four cases in Quinte West and one case in Belleville.

There have been 723 vaccines administered.

JAN. 28: One new COVID-19 case was recorded Thursday in Quinte West, but with recoveries, active cases have dropped to six.

There are five cases in Quinte West and one in Belleville.

One person is in hospital. The one-case outbreak at Crown Ridge long-term care in Trenton is still active.

JAN 27 – No new COVID-19 cases were reported for Hastings Prince Edward Jan. 27 and with recoveries, the active cases have dropped to 11.

There are currently seven cases in Quinte West and four in Belleville.

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health reports 483 vaccinations have been administered.

JAN. 26: There are no new cases of COVID-19 reported today for Hastings Prince Edward counties – and with recoveries, active cases have dropped to 13.

There are currently seven cases in Quinte West, five in Belleville and one in Prince Edward County.

The number of vaccines administered remains at 393.

JAN. 24: One new COVID-19 case was reported today in Belleville. With recoveries, there are currently 20 active cases in Hastings Prince Edward.

There are 10 cases in Quinte West, eight in Belleville and two in Prince Edward County.

JAN. 23: For the second consecutive day, there were no COVID-19 cases reported for Hastings Prince Edward region.

There are now 21 active cases, and two outbreaks (one case each) at long-term care facilities.

 

JAN. 22: There were no new COVID-19 cases reported in Hastings Prince Edward Friday and the vaccination number has been increased to 348.

There are currently 12 cases in Quinte West, eight in Belleville, one in Prince Edward, and one not recorded on the dashboard.

JAN 21: Two new COVID-19 cases – in Quinte West and Belleville – were logged by Hastings Prince Edward Public Health.

There are 25 active cases – 12 in Quinte West, 11 in Belleville, one in Prince Edward County (and one still not recorded). One person is hospitalized.

There have now been 365 cases since the pandemic began last March.

JAN 20: Three new COVID-19 cases were reported to the Hastings Prince Edward Health dashboard – one in Quinte West and two in Belleville.

With one recovery, there are now 26 active cases – 14 in Belleville, 10 in Quinte West and one in Prince Edward County.

JAN 19: Three new COVID-19 cases were recorded Tuesday, Jan. 19 on the Hastings Prince Edward Public Health dashboard – one in each of Centre Hastings, Quinte West and Belleville.

With recoveries, there are now 25 active cases – 13 in Belleville, nine in Quinte West and one each in Centre Hastings and Prince Edward County (and one not recorded).

The dashboard noted yesterday that 79 vaccines have been administered. That number has not changed.

JAN 18: Two new COVID-19 cases were reported by Hastings Prince Edward Public Health on Monday, Jan. 18 – both in Quinte West.

There are now 28 active cases (358 total cases) – 16 in Belleville, eight in Quinte West, two in Centre Hastings, one in Prince Edward County and one not noted.

The dashboard also indicates 79 vaccines have been administered.

 

JAN 17: Seven new cases of COVID-19 were recorded by Prince Edward Public Health Sunday – three in Quinte West, two in Belleville and one in Prince Edward County, and one not visible on the map.

There are 28 active cases in the region, 356 total cases since spring.

Two outbreaks (both with one case) continue at Crown Ridge Long-Term Care n Quinte West, and Hastings Manor in Belleville.

JAN 16 – Hastings Prince Edward Public Health is advising of potential low risk exposure to COVID-19 at Tim Hortons in Wellington Saturday. The restaurant has closed temporarily to sanitize.

Dr. Piotr Oglaza, Medical Officer of Health is advising customers who visited there on Jan. 8, 10, 12 or 13 (including drive through customers) that they may have had a low-risk exposure.  HPEPH is contacting all high-risk contacts related to the case. They will be instructed to self-isolate immediately and to get tested.

Anybody who visited the restaurant is asked to monitor for symptoms and seek testing if symptoms develop.

“While the risk to customers is relatively low, promptly identifying cases of COVID-19 is critical to slow the spread in our area,” said Oglaza. “To avoid spreading illness to others, all individuals who visited Tim Hortons on these dates must monitor for symptoms and seek testing if symptoms develop – even if symptoms are very mild.”

The HPEPH dashboard indicates seven new cases Jan. 16 – five in Belleville and two in Quinte West. There are now 27 cases in the region – 19 in Belleville, five in Centre Hastings, three in Quinte West.

JAN. 15: Four new COVID-19 cases were reported Friday, Jan. 15 – two in each of Centre Hastings and Belleville. With three cases resolved, there are currently 23 active cases.

Pandemic case total is now 342.

JAN 14: One new COVID-19 case was reported in Hastings Prince Edward, with one recovery, leaving the active cases at 22.

The new case is in Quinte West.

JAN 13: Three new COVID-19 cases were reported Jan. 13 – all in Belleville, but with recoveries, the region’s case load drops to 22.

Active cases include 16 in Belleville, four in Centre Hastings, and one each in Quinte West and Prince Edward County.

Three people are in hospital, one in ICU. It is not known if these cases are people from the region, or if they have been moved from other hospitals.

JAN 12: As the province declares a second state-of-emergency due to rising COVID-19 numbers, and issues a stay-at-home order in effect Thursday, the Hastings Prince Edward region recorded just one new case Tuesday. With recoveries, total cases dropped to 23, from 27 yesterday.

JAN 11: No new COVID-19 cases were reported today on the Hastings Prince Edward Public Health dashboard. The region remained at 27 active cases and 334 total cases.

Three people are in hospital and one person is in ICU. The outbreak of one case at Hastings Manor remains.

JAN 10: There are five new cases of COVID-19 today. There are currently 28 active cases. as five cases have resolved since yesterday.

There are four new cases in Belleville and one in Quinte West. Three people are in hospital. One person is in ICU.

Of the 28 cases, 16 are in Belleville, five in Quinte West, five in Centre Hastings and two in Prince Edward County.

JAN 9: HPEPH reported 4 new COVID-19 cases on Jan. 9. With recoveries, the active cases rise by one to 28.

One new case was in Centre Hastings and three were in Belleville, one at Hastings Manor. An outbreak is declared at a nursing home even though there is just one case.

There are two people in hospital. Active cases include five cases at Centre Hastings and at Quinte West; 15 in Belleville and three in Prince Edward County.

JAN 8: Six new COVID-19 cases from Jan. 7 and 8 were posted today by Prince Edward Public Health – three in Belleville and three in Centre Hastings. There were also six recoveries, maintaining the case load at 27 in the region.

There are now 27 active cases and two people in hospital. There are 13 cases in Belleville, six in Quinte West, five in Centre Hastings, and three in Prince Edward County.

Case total since March has reached 325, with 293 recoveries.

JAN. 7: Three new COVID-19 cases in Belleville were recorded Thursday, Jan. 7.

The Hastings Prince Edward Health dashboard shows 14 active cases in Belleville, eight in Quinte West, three in Prince Edward County and two in Centre Hastings.

There are two people hospitalized. Total cases over the pandemic are at 319, with 287 recoveries and the five deaths reported in the spring.

JAN 6: Three new COVID-19 cases were reported by the Hastings Prince Edward Public Health dashboard – one in Prince Edward County and two in Belleville.

There are now two cases in PEC, 12 in Quinte West, 15 in Belleville, three in Centre Hastings and one in North Hastings. Two people are hospitalized. There have been 316 cases in the region since March.

JAN 5: Seven new COVID-19 cases were reported – two each in Belleville, Quinte West and Centre Hastings and one in Prince Edward County.

JAN 4: Hastings Prince Edward Public Health recorded 10 new COVID-19 cases on its dashboard, and one recovery, Monday, Jan. 4 bringing the total active cases to 36 (though just 35 show on the map). Most of the transmissions are from close contact.

Three new cases were posted in Belleville, four in Quinte West, two in Centre Hastings and one in North Hastings.

The Dec. 21 outbreak at Wellington Legion has been declared over. One active case in Prince Edward County remains, along with one in Deseronto, 17 in Belleville, 12 in Quinte West, two in Centre Hastings and two in North Hastings.

JAN 3: No new COVID-19 cases were reported in the region Sunday. There are 27 active cases – 14 in Belleville, nine in Quinte West, and one in each of Prince Edward County, Deseronto and North Hastings. One case is not showing on the map.

JAN 2: 2021 opens with 15 new COVID-19 cases reported in Hastings Prince Edward County – 11 on Dec. 31 and four on Jan. 1.

The HPEH active map shows seven in Quinte West, five in Belleville and two in Prince Edward County (one not noted on map).

There are now 15 cases each in Quinte West and Belleville; one in both North Hastings and Deseronto and two in the County. The seven day case rate jumps to 21.4 per 100,000 population.

The case total reaches 296 with 256 recovered and five deaths in the spring.

More than 5,800 new infections and nearly 100 deaths were reported in Ontario over the past two days – most in Toronto (700), followed by Peel (395).

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