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Ontario COVID update: 1,024 people in hospital, 151 in ICU

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COVID-19 on Sunday, according to data released by the province.There are also 151 people in an Ontario ICU due to the virus.The figures represent a drop from the 1,392 people in hospital and 156 in intensive care Ontario reported Saturday.

The figures also show a week-on-week decline — Ontario reported 1,167 people in hospital and 207 in intensive care last Sunday.Data reported on Sunday is likely an underestimate as not all hospitals report on the weekend.

Ontario COVID update: 1,392 people in hospital, 156 in ICU Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario’s chief medical officer of health, said COVID-19 wastewater indicators are declining as part of a broader trend.

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