Saturday marks a second day in a row of the daily COVID-19 case count being in the single digits.
Region of Waterloo Public Health is reporting four new cases of COVID-19 pm its information dashboard.
There have now been 1,680 cases of the virus reported since March, with 1,416 (84 per cent) considered resolved.
Active cases have dropped by five, with 144 cases considered active.
There has been no new COVID-19 related deaths in over a month, with that figure staying at 120 for another day.
Our region's hospitals have admitted one new COVID-19 patient, its first in a long time.
There are now ten outbreaks declared in the region, including three childcare centres. The latest addition is an outbreak at Kitchener Collegiate Institute.
Below is the provincial COVID-19 breakdown for Saturday:
- 49,340 total cases (435 new)
- 100 patients are currently hospitalized with the virus
- 42,507 resolved cases (86.2 per cent)
- 3.76 million tests have been completed
- 2,837 deaths (no new deaths)
Outbreak at KCI added to the dashboard with 2 cases.— Mark Pare (@MarkLPare) September 26, 2020
1 case in hospital (in ICU).
Edits to transmission type: 4 added to outbreak cases and 3 added to close contact; 3 less community transmission.
Ages: 1 LESS in 10-19, 2 in 20s, 1 each in 30s, 40s, 60s.
9 cases recovered. https://t.co/NOLmHW4XN0