COVID-19: Middlesex-London Health Unit reports 33 cases Wednesday
|globalnews.ca 15 Sep 2021 at 14:29|
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The Middlesex-London Health Unit reported 33 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the highest daily case count since Aug. 21, .
In total, the MLHU is reporting 13,697 cases (an increase of 35, the discrepancy likely due to data cleanup) with 194 active (an increase of 14), 13,266 recoveries (an increase of 21) and 237 deaths.
The most recent death was reported Sept. 14 and involved a man in his 60s who was not vaccinated and the death was not associated with a long-term care or retirement home.
The number of cases involving a variant of concern climbed by four, all Delta, to 4,123.
The breakdown of known variant cases is as follows:
There are also two cases listed using the old code numbers, one described as B.1.617 and another listed as B.1.617.3.
Further information can be found on the health unit’s .
London Health Sciences Centre says it is caring for seven inpatients with COVID-19. Five or fewer patients are in adult intensive care.
Five or fewer inpatients with COVID-19 are in Children’s Hospital, with none in pediatric critical care.
Five or fewer staff are currently positive with COVID-19, the organization reported.
St. Joseph’s Health Care London (SJHCL) is reporting one non-outbreak case involving a health-care worker.