As of Tuesday, June 30, there were 22 active cases of COVID-19 throughout the jurisdiction of the Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU). There have been 163 confirmed cases throughout the territory so far and there are now 141 resolved cases.
Among residents of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell as of June 30 there were 15 active cases of COVID-19 and 97 resolved cases. There were four active cases and 25 resolved cases among residents of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry as of June 30. There were three active cases of COVID-19 and 19 resolved cases among the population of the City of Cornwall on June 30.
There were two COVID-19 patients from the territory of the EOHU in hospital on Tuesday, and one of those patients was in intensive care. That total had remained unchanged from the previous week.
The number of deaths due to COVID-19 within the EOHU’s jurisdiction has fortunately not increased for approximately one month. As of June 30, the number of deaths remained at 11.
No new outbreaks of COVID-19 in long-term care facilities or other group living institutions in the EOHU territory have been reported during the past week either.
The EOHU, in partnership with the five hospitals within its territory, and paramedic services in Prescott-Russell and Cornwall-Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, operates six public COVID-19 testing and assessment centres. They are in Hawkesbury, Alexandria, Casselman, Rockland, Cornwall, and Winchester. As of June 30, 15,234 people had been tested at all six facilities. Home testing for people who cannot visit one of the facilities is also being provided by paramedics.
A full list of COVID-19 symptoms is available at covid-19.ontario.ca.
There had been 35,068 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across the province of Ontario as of Tuesday, June 30. That same day, 86.5 per cent of the 35,068 cases were listed by the Ministry of Health as resolved.
There were 213 COVID-19 patients in hospital across Ontario on June 30, 42 patients were in intensive care, and 34 patients were on ventilators.
As of Wednesday, there had been 2,672 deaths due to COVID-19 across Ontario.