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One new COVID-19 case is only active in HPE

JUNE 28 – A first new COVID-19 case in 12 days was reported in Central Hastings. With recoveries it however, is the only active case in Hastings Prince Edward counties.

There are now 112,366 (75 per cent) residents who have received their first vaccine and 42,255 (28 per cent) who are fully vaccinated.

JUNE 27: No new COVID-19 cases; two remain active.

There have been 111,593 Hastings Prince Edward residents given first-dose vaccinations (75 per cent) and 38,208 (26 per cent) second doses.

JUNE 24 – 26: No new COVID-19 cases; active cases remain at two.

JUNE 23: No new COVID-19 cases reported and two active cases in Hastings Prince Edward – one each in Belleville and Quinte West.

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health reports 74 per cent of the population has received a first vaccine; 22 per cent are fully vaccinated.

JUNE 21: No new COVID-19 cases and two recoveries drop active cases in Hastings and Prince Edward counties to three.

There are also now no people hospitalized in relation to cases.

There have been 109,599 residents vaccinated with first doses (71 per cent) and 28,745 fully vaccinated (18 per cent).

JUNE 20: No new COVID-19 cases; five remain active.

JUNE 19 – No new COVID-19 cases; five remain active.

About 71 per cent (108,996) of Hastings Prince Edward residents have received a first vaccine and 26,191, or 16 per cent, has been fully vaccinated.

JUNE 18: No new COVID-19 cases and one recovery leaves five active cases in Hastings Prince Edward – three in Belleville and two in Quinte West.

Today, 71 per cent of HPE has received a first vaccination and 16 per cent is fully vaccinated.

JUNE 17: No new COVID-19 cases and six remain active – three in each of Belleville and Quinte West.

JUNE 16 – One new COVID-19 case reported in Quinte West, making six active cases – three each in Quinte West and Belleville.

Today 70 per cent of Hastings Prince Edward residents have received a first vaccine dose – or 107,824 residents and 14 per cent, or 23,089 residents have been fully vaccinated.

JUNE 15 – No new COVID-19 cases; five remain active (two in Quinte West and three in Belleville).

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health reports 107,173 residents have received their first vaccine dose (64 per cent); 20,762 are fully vaccinated (12 per cent).

JUNE 14: No new COVID-19 cases reported. There are now five active in Hastings Prince Edward – three in Belleville and two in Quinte West. One person is in hospital.

There are 106,396 residents who have received their first vaccine dose – or 63 per cent of HPE while 18,658, or 11 per cent have been fully vaccinated.

JUNE 12: Two new COVID-19 cases reported in Quinte West and Belleville, bringing active cses to four in Hastings Prince Edward – two in Quinte West and two in Belleville. One person is in hospital.

With 104,959 first doses, 62 per cent of HPE has been vaccinated, with 17,925 people, or 11 per cent, fully vaccinated.

JUNE 11: No new COVID-19 cases, and the two active cases remain. There is one person in hospital.

There have now been 121,554 people vaccinated – 104,159, or 62 per cent in HPE – with first doses and 17,395, or 10 per cent fully vaccinated.

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health expects to receive a steady supply of mRNA vaccine over the coming weeks for individuals who are eligible for a first or second dose to book an appointment as soon as possible.

“While HPEPH will strive to offer the same brand of mRNA for the second dose as was received for the first, this may not always be possible,” says Dr. Piotr Oglaza, Medical Officer of Health and CEO at HPEPH.”

All individuals will be advised of the vaccine they will receive at the time of their appointment. It is important to note that youth between the ages of 12 and 17 years of age at the time of their vaccine will only be offered Pfizer, as this is the only vaccine approved by Health Canada for this age group. In addition, the province has advised that “individuals who received a first dose of AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD and who do not wish to receive AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD for a second dose will be provided the option to receive an mRNA vaccine product for their second dose”. Those who received AstraZeneca are eligible to receive a second dose of vaccine 12 weeks after the first.

Vaccinations are offered by appointment only. All available dates and times are at Ontario.ca/bookvaccine https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

JUNE 10 – A second COVID-19 case has been recorded in Belleville. Yesterday, the first new case in nine days was reported in Quinte West.

There are now two active cases. One person is in hospital, but none are in ICU or using a ventilator.

The Hastings Prince Edward Public Health dashboard reports 117,205 residents, 68 per cent, have had a first dose of vaccination, while 10 per cent has been fully vaccinated.

JUNE 8 – No new or active COVID-19 cases reported.
Hastings Prince Edward Public Health’s dashboard shows one person remains in hospital, one in ICU and one using a ventilator.

There have been 114,622 residents vaccinated. Sixty per cent, or 100,769 with a first dose and 13,853, or eight per cent fully vaccinated.

JUNE 7: COVID-19 active cases remain at zero in Hastings Prince Edward.

There are 110,737 HPE residents vaccinated – 59 per cent, or 98,657 with a first dose, and seven per cent, or 12,080 fully vaccinated.

JUNE 6: No new and no active COVID-19 cases were reported in Hastings Prince Edward today.

Four people remain in hospital, two in ICU and one using a ventilator (these numbers include people from out of region)

There are 109,319 residents vaccinated – 97,686 with the first dose (58 per cent), and 11,633 fully vaccinated (seven per cent.)

JUNE 5: No new cases recorded and with two recoveries, active cases in Hastings Prince Edward are down to two.

There are five people in hospital, two in ICU and one using a ventilator (not all HPE residents).

Today, 107,322 HPE residents have been vaccinted – 96,611, or 57 per cent having received their first dose and 10,711, or six per cent, fully vaccinated.

JUNE 4: No new COVID-19 cases recorded for the fourth straight day and with three recoveries, active cases in Hastings Prince Edward are at four.

Cases include three in Belleville and one in North Hastings. Five people are in hospital, two in ICU and one using a ventilator (not necessarily local residents).

About 56 per cent of the population – 94,819 people – have received their first vaccination. Six per cent, – 9,442 – have been fully vaccinated.

JUNE 3: No new active cases for a third consecutive day in Hastings Prince Edward. With four recoveries, there are now seven active cases – four in Belleville, two in North Hastings and one in Prince Edward County.

There are five people in hospital, two in ICU and one using a ventilator.

There are 93,138 residents who have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine – or 55 per cent of the HPE population. There are 8,758 fully vaccinated residents, or five per cent of the population.

JUNE 2: No new cases recorded for a second consecutive day. With five recoveries, the active case load in Hastings Prince Edward has dropped to 11.

The active cases include five in Belleville, three in North Hastings and one each in Prince Edward County, Quinte West and Centre Hastings.

There are five people in hospital, two in ICU and one using a ventilator.

JUNE 1: June begins with no new COVID-19 cases recorded by Prince Edward Public Health.

With nine recoveries, there are now 16 active cases including five in Belleville, four in North Hastings, three in Prince Edward County, two in Quinte West and one each in Centre Hastings and Deseronto. There are no active outbreaks.

Five people are in hospital, two in ICU and one using a ventilator.

There are now 89,180 Hastings Prince Edward residents – 53 per cent – who have received a first vaccination dose. Five per cent in HPE (7,924) are fully vaccinated. Click here to see the HPEPH dashboard

The Prince Edward Family Health Team (PEFHT) notes those people ages 80 or older who were booked by the family health team to receive a COVID-19 vaccine on March 5 and March 7 at Loyalist College should expect a telephone call starting next week to book your second dose.

The PEFHT will deliver these second doses at the Rotary Hall at the Picton Community Centre on June 21, 22 and 23.

If you already have an appointment booked for a second dose, please keep that appointment and let the family health team know about it when they call you.

For those vaccinated on March 16 in Picton: the team will call you in the coming weeks with an appointment for a second dose in early July.

To those people vaccinated with AstraZeneca on April 9, 14 or 21 by the Prince Edward Family Health team, the team will reach out to you by phone regarding your second dose as soon as we know when the doses will be available.

For youths aged 12 – 17: please book an appointment at HPEPH’s special youth clinics taking place between May 31 and June 12. To book an appointment, visit canadaehs.com/hpepublichealth/students.

 

 

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  1. Mark says:

    Good for you and your wife. Somewhat relieving,

  2. Dennis Fox says:

    Hey Mark – thank you! Both my wife and I just tried it again and both of us now have appointments on the 23rd! Don’t ask me – I don’t get it either!

  3. Mark says:

    Hmmm.I went on the site at 11am and there were 43 open spots June 22 at the Belleville Wellness Centre. Booked my 2nd vaccine for next Tuesday and it automatically cancelled my original 2nd dose appt on August 12.

  4. Dennis Fox says:

    Is the system working??? Once again, following the ministry advice for advance second dose bookings – I got on the the site right at 8am today -as they recommended, then waited an hour in the queue – only to be told that there are no appointments times available in the entire HPE health region!

    People are being encouraged to register for the vaccine, but I’m not sure if the system is working – I read that on Saturday only 800 vaccines were administered in HPE and that only 10% of the population are fully vaccinated. At this rate it wont be until Christmas when we can call it safe. I don’t think this is the way it was suppose to be. Does anyone know why it is so slow out here?

  5. Dennis Fox says:

    Both my wife and I spent some time online today, trying to book our second dose. I had AstraZeneca and have to wait a minimum of 12 weeks – meaning I can’t get my second shot until late July. Not great – I’ll live with it. My wife spent almost 1 1/2 hrs. online only to be told that the closest vaccine site for her would be in Cobourg – nothing was available in HPEC! Really?? Before she had the chance to think about it and enter yes – the site had cleared and now she has to restart again.

    Surely our system in PEC is better than this – can anyone provide info – is this typical of what is happening out here? My question is – what would a person do if they didn’t drive – Cobourg would be entirely impossible.?

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