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Fewer COVID-19 cases; final vaccine clinic in Picton

APRIL 25 – Public Health reports 17 new and 20 active high-risk setting COVID-19 cases in the region.

It now records average hospitalizations in the two counties of people with COVID-19. For this reporting week, there were two hospitalizations among the four hospitals in Picton, Belleville, Trenton and Bancroft. None required intensive care.

One outbreak has been declared at a Belleville retirement home.

A COVID-19 vaccination clinic – by appointment only – is to be held April 25 from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. is to be the final one held at the Prince Edward Community Centre. Appointments can be booked online or calling the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1.833.943.3900. Participating pharmacies are also expected to continue vaccinations.

APRIL 18 – Public Health reports 21 new and 19 active high-risk setting COVID-19 cases in the region. All outbreaks have been resolved.

It now records average hospitalizations in the two counties of people with COVID-19. For this reporting week, there were 6 hospitalizations among the four hospitals in Picton, Belleville, Trenton and Bancroft. For the same period there was a 1.0 average requiring intensive care.

A COVID-19 vaccination clinic – by appointment only – to be held April 25 from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. is to be the final one held at the Prince Edward Community Centre. Appointments can be booked online or calling the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1.833.943.3900. Participating pharmacies are also expected to continue vaccinations.

APRIL 11 – Hastings Prince Edward Public Health reports 22 new and 25 active, high-risk setting cases in the region. Two outbreaks continue – one at Hallowell House in Picton, the other in a Belleville congregate living facility.

It now records average hospitalizations in the two counties of people with COVID-19. For the week ending April 8, there were 8.4 hospitalizations among the four hospitals in Picton, Belleville, Trenton and Bancroft. For the same period there was a .3 average requiring intensive care.

APRIL 4 – Hastings and Prince Edward Public Health is showing one more death in the region, related to the COVID-19 virus – now 115 deaths over the three years of the pandemic.

The public health weekly report records 39 new and 37 active high-risk setting cases, and three outbreaks ongoing, including one at Hallowell House in Picton and two in Belleville.

It now records average hospitalizations in the two counties of people with COVID-19. For the week ending April 1, there were 19.3 hospitalizations among the four hospitals in Picton, Belleville, Trenton and Bancroft. For the same period there was a 1.1 average requiring intensive care.

 

 

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