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Four deaths related to COVID-19; three outbreaks in PEC

JAN. 31 – Four more deaths have been related to the COVID-19 virus in this week’s report from Hastings Prince Edward Public Health, bringing the total to 107 since the pandemic began in March 2020.

Three of the five outbreaks are in Prince Edward County – at a congregate living facility, at Hallowell House and at MLP Residenced.

There are 103 new and 111 active high-risk setting cases in the region. Eight people are in hospital but none require intensive care.

 

JAN. 24: Hastings Prince Edward Public Health has recorded two more deaths related to COVID-19, bringing the total to 103.

There are 12 people in hospital related to the virus; none require intensive care.

There are 80 new and 94 active high-risk setting cases throughout the region with six outbreaks ongoing. The H.J. McFarland outbreak is no longer listed but an outbreak at MLP Residence was declared Jan. 23. The remainder of the outbreaks are in Belleville, Quinte West and central Hastings.

JAN. 17: COVID-19 new and active high-risk setting cases are at 116 and 146 respectively, as reported this week. There are 13 people in hospital; none require intensive care.

Eight outbreaks continue in high-risk settings – including H.J. McFarland Home in Picton, which began Dec. 21.

The dashboard continues to show 80 per cent of the Hastings Prince Edward population has received its primary series of vaccines. It also shows 26 per cent has received a vaccine dose within the last six months.

JAN. 11: Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) has recorded the grim milestone of 101 deaths related to COVID-19 since the pandemic began on March 11, 2020.

There were more deaths related to the virus in 2022 than any other year. At the end of January 2022, there had been 33 deaths recorded. At the end of January 2021, there were five deaths recorded.

The HPEPH dashboard records 120 new and 145 active high-risk setting cases. There are 10 people in hospital related to the virus. None require intensive care.

Six high-risk setting outbreaks continue, including at H.J. McFarland Memorial nursing home in Picton.

The dashboard now shows 80 per cent of the Hastings Prince Edward population has received its primary series of vaccines. It also shows 26 per cent has received a vaccine dose within the last six months.

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