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COVID-19: The week in review (November 23-27) – TVO

by ahnationtalk on November 27, 202016 Views

Nov 27, 2020

  • Per today’s government report, there are 1,855 new cases in Ontario, for a total of
    111,216 since the pandemic began; 541 people are in hospital, 151 of them in intensive care and 101 on ventilators. To date, 3,595 people have died.
  • According to data from the Ministry of Long-Term Care, there are 106 outbreaks in long-term-care facilities, 516 confirmed active cases of positive residents, and 422 confirmed active cases of positive staff. To date, there have been 2,202 confirmed resident deaths and eight confirmed staff deaths.
  • As of November 27, in publicly funded schools, there are 99 new school-related student cases (for a total of 2,769), 23 new school-related staff cases (for a total of 614), and no new cases in “individuals not identified” (for a total of 1,087); 671 schools have a reported case, and six are currently closed.

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