On Wednesday, January 13, the day before the Ontario-wide stay-at-home order took effect, there were 629 active cases of COVID-19 across the jurisdiction of the Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU). There had been 649 active cases on Tuesday, January 12.
There were 22 COVID-19 patients from the EOHU’s territory in hospital as of January 13 and five of those patients were in intensive care.
The number of deaths resulting from COVID-19 across the area served by the EOHU remained at 38 as of January 13.
Long-term care outbreaks
As of Wednesday, January 13, COVID-19 outbreaks of two or more cases were in effect at the following long-term care and group living facilities under EOHU jurisdiction:
Caressant Care Nursing Home in Bourget
Foyer St-Viateur Nursing Home in Limoges
Lancaster Long-Term Care
Riverview Manor in Cornwall
Heartwood Long-Term Care in Cornwall
Heritage Heights in Cornwall
Cornwall Community Hospital—Inpatient Mental Health Unit
Sandfield Place Long-Term Care and Retirement Home in Cornwall
Glen Stor Dun Lodge in Cornwall
TSIIonKwa NonhSoTe Long-Term Care in Akwesasne
Woodland Villa in Long Sault
There were 2,961 new, active cases of COVID-19 across Ontario between January 12 and January 13. According to calculations based on statistics from the Ministry of Health, there were 29,636 active cases of COVID-19 across Ontario as of Wednesday.
There were 1,674 COVID-19 patients in hospital across Ontario as of January 13. Out of those patients, 385 were in intensive care, and 276 patients were on ventilators.
There had been 5,127 deaths due to COVID-19 across Ontario as of January 13.
COVID-19 cases across EOHU jurisdiction, January 13, 2021