What is the current situation for Greater London?
For the first time since July 30, the Middlesex-London Health Unit reported a death from COVID-19 – and announced on Saturday that a woman had died in her 60s. The health department says she isn’t vaccinated or affiliated with a nursing home. A total of 232 people have died in the region since the pandemic began.
The MLHU reported 17 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. There were 20 new cases on Saturday, 21 on Sunday. The health department said 64 percent of the positive cases were people who were not vaccinated, just over 24 percent had a dose of a vaccine, while nearly 12 percent were fully vaccinated.
There are now 115 active cases in Middlesex-London, more than twice as many as in the region in early August.
According to data from the MLHU, the seven-day average for daily cases is up to 16.
Over the weekend, 648 people were tested for COVID-19 at the Carling Heights Community Center.
Eight patients are being treated with COVID-19-related diseases, according to the London Health Sciences Center (LHSC). There are five or fewer patients in the intensive care unit.
Less than five LHSC employees have currently tested positive and are in quarantine.
Here are the pop-up vaccination clinics
There are two pop-up vaccination clinics open from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ET Monday – one at Ealing Public School at 840 Hamilton Rd. And one at Kensal Park Public School at 328 Springbank Dr.
On Tuesday from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. there will be a clinic in the Nicolas Wilson Public School in 927 Osgoode Dr.
A full list of this week’s pop-up walk-in clinics can be found on the MLHU website here.
Many pop-up clinics are coming this week, including the first Doses Till Dark clinics on Richmond Row next Friday / Saturday. If you still need your first or second dose, go to a clinic near you and #GetVaxxed!
– @ MLHealthUnit
COVID-19 updates across the region
Southwestern Public Health reported 12 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths on Monday. There are currently 28 known ongoing cases in Elgin-Oxford.
Huron Perth Public Heath reported two new COVID-19 cases and no deaths on Monday. 15 active cases are known in the region.