Here are the COVID-19 statistics for the Eastern Health Unit (EOHU) jurisdiction as of Monday, June 14.
|Active cases||Patients in hospital||Patients in intensive care|
|Outbreaks in long-term care facilities and other group living institutions||Individuals who have received one vaccine dose||Deaths due to COVID-19|
COVID-19 statistics for the province of Ontario for Monday, June 14.
|Active cases||Increase in cases from the previous day||Patients in hospital||Hospital patients in intensive care||Hospital patients in intensive care on ventilators|
COVID-19 vaccinations across Ontario as of Monday, June 14.
|One dose||Two doses|
As of Monday, June 14, there had been 8,961 deaths due to COVID-19 across Ontario, which was an increase of four deaths from June 13.
Step one of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen program began on June 11, rather than June 14 as originally scheduled. The first step emphasizes outdoor activities, including limits on patio seating at restaurants and bars. Provincial parks and other overnight campgrounds are now open.
Police checkpoints entering Ontario at the boundary with Québec will end at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, June 16.
The province will remain in each step for at least 21 days to evaluate any impacts on key public health and health system indicators. If at the end of the 21 days, the following vaccination thresholds have been met, along with positive trends in other key public health and health system indicators, then the province will move to the next step:
- Step 1: 60 per cent of adults vaccinated with one dose.
- Step 2: 70 per cent of adults vaccinated with one dose and 20 per cent vaccinated with two doses.
- Step 3: 70 to 80 per cent of adults vaccinated with one dose and 25 per cent vaccinated with two doses.
The previous colour-coded regional green, yellow, orange, and red levels of measures have been discontinued in Ontario. The new approach of gradual reopening based on low cases and high vaccination rates will apply to the entire province instead of having different rules for different regions.
Regulations and rules are still being developed for the resumption of outdoor and indoor youth sports.
For complete details on step one of Roadmap to Reopen in Ontario, go to https://thereview.ca/2021/06/07/ontario-to-move-to-step-one-of-roadmap-to-reopen-on-june-11/ .
Appointment booking is available directly through the provincial booking system at www.Ontario.ca/bookvaccine. Individuals who require assistance with booking can call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488.
The EOHU is contacting people who received their first vaccine dose before the provincial booking system was established to assist them with making appointments for their second dose. Individuals aged 70 and older are also able to reschedule their second dose appointment for earlier than originally scheduled.
Appointments can be made by an individual or with the help of someone. If you know someone who is part of an eligible group, please encourage them to get vaccinated. Those needing assistance with booking or getting to their COVID-19 vaccine appointment should visit the EOHU website to access local supports.
Across the EOHU territory, seven more COVID-19 vaccination clinics have been added between June 20 and June 28.
Across Ontario, the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine has been accelerated from 12 weeks to eight weeks. Using AstraZeneca in combination with other vaccines is also possible.