27 new COVID-19 circumstances within the London space on Monday


Recent developments:

What is the situation like in the London area?

The Middlesex-London Health Unit reported 27 more cases of COVID-19 for the area and no deaths on Monday.

The last daily count is the lowest since March 23rd. 190 new cases and three deaths were reported over the weekend. The seven-day moving average is now 83.

So far in May in Middlesex-London there have been 831 cases of COVID-19 and 10 deaths. The health unit reported 83 recoveries with 863 ongoing cases in the area on Monday.

The London Health Sciences Center is currently caring for 89 patients with COVID-19 in local hospitals, 44 of them in critical care. 31 patients were referred from other health regions, including seven in acute care and 24 in intensive care units.

There are six employees who tested positive for the virus and are isolating.

COVID-19 in the region and beyond

Southwestern Public Health reports 58 new cases of COVID-19 and one death on Monday. There are 138 ongoing cases in Elgin-Oxford, including 34 in Woodstock, 20 in St. Thomas and 30 in Tillsonburg.

Huron Perth Public Health recorded 32 new cases and no deaths. There are 70 active cases in the region, up from 29 a week ago. There are 36 active cases in Huron County, 20 in Stratford, 12 in Perth County, and two in St. Mary’s.

There are now 2,716 new COVID-19 cases and 19 more deaths in Ontario on Monday.

As of Sunday, 1,632 people were treated for COVID-19 in hospitals across the province, including 828 in intensive care units and 547 who need a ventilator to breathe.