three new COVID-19 instances in Larger London on Monday, no deaths


Recent developments:

  • The province is scheduled to enter phase 1 of the reopening from Friday.
  • Ontario reports 525 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths on Monday.
  • There are 22 patients with COVID-related illnesses in London hospitals, including nine in intensive care.

What is the current situation for Greater London?

Three new COVID-19 cases were reported by the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) on Monday. It is the lowest number of cases for the region since mid-November.

No deaths were reported on Monday. The health department reported 32 cases over the weekend as well as the death of a man in the 80s.

There have been a total of 123 cases of COVID-19 and two deaths so far this month. The 7-day moving average for daily cases has dropped to 17, its lowest level since March 10th.

According to MLHU, 27 people have recovered from the virus and there are now 108 active cases in the region.

The London Health Sciences Center is treating 22 patients with COVID-19, including nine in intensive care.

There are fewer than five employees who tested positive for the virus and are isolating themselves.

COVID-19 in the region and beyond

Southwestern Public Health reports eight COVID-19 cases and no deaths on Monday. There are 30 ongoing cases at Elgin-Oxford.

Huron Perth Public Health reported three new cases of the virus and no deaths. There are 31 active cases in the region.

Meanwhile, Ontario reports 525 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 additional deaths on Monday.

The province is expected to begin the initial stages of its reopening plans starting Friday three days ahead of schedule.

Phase 1 allows for outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people, terrace dining for up to four people per table, and non-essential retail stores with a capacity of 15 percent.