46 new instances of COVID-19 within the London space on Wednesday


Recent developments:

  • Ontario reports 1,095 new COVID-19 cases and 23 more deaths on Wednesday.
  • Hospital stays continue to decline across the province and locally.
  • 39 patients are being treated for COVID-19 in London hospitals, 15 of them in intensive care.

What is the current situation in the London area?

The Middlesex-London Health Unit reported 46 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths on Wednesday.

75 restores were reported, of which 439 were active in the region.

The seven-day average for the daily number of cases is 49, the lowest in almost a month.

The London Health Sciences Center claims to care for 39 patients with COVID-19, 15 of them in intensive care.

The number of patients outside the health regions continues to decline. There are five patients in acute care and fewer than five in intensive care units.

There are fewer than five employees who tested positive for the virus and are in quarantine.

COVID-19 in the region and beyond

Southwestern Public Health recorded five new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths on Wednesday. There are 81 ongoing cases in the area, including 28 in Woodstock and 14 in St. Thomas.

Huron Perth Public Health reported two other cases for the area, including one in Stratford and one in Huron East. There are 37 active cases in the health region.

Meanwhile, Ontario reported 1,095 new infections and 23 other deaths on Wednesday.

Currently 1,073 people with COVID-19 are being cared for in hospitals across the province. Of these, 672 are in intensive care units, including 469 who need a ventilator to breathe.