COVID-19 case count is back down after adding more than 100 new cases over the weekend, according to the local public health unit.Ottawa Public Health reported 29 cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, following increases of 46 cases and 79 cases on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.There have now been 8,487 COVID-19 cases in Ottawa since the start of the pandemic.One additional person in Ottawa has died in relation to COVID-19, raising the total death toll of the pandemic to 375 as of Monday.Active COVID-19 cases in the city stand at 344, down from 374.
Active cases had dipped below 300 in Ottawa last week.[ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the latest coronavirus updates ]There are currently 24 people in hospital with COVID-19
COVID-19 have been detected at a window design and manufacturing facility in Vaughan.In a notice issued on its website, York Region Public Health said the cases are linked to a workplace outbreak at State Window Corp. on Hunter’s Valley Road.The local public health unit said that since the company is not open to the general public, the risk is considered low to York Region residents.York Region Public Health said it was first notified of a cluster of cases on Nov.
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