Region of Waterloo Public Health posted an increase of 61 COVID-19 cases on its dashboard Sunday afternoon.
This brings the new total up to 3,019 cases for the region since March.
The total of 61 cases that were added today had one removed earlier this week.
The number of active cases has increased to 341 from 336 since yesterday.
Here are some other updates from the Region's COVID summary dashboard on Sunday:
- 2,555 resolved cases (84 per cent).
- 123 deaths have been linked to the virus. The latest since November 15.
- 21 cases are currently hospitalized.
There are 24 active outbreaks in the region:
- Luther Village in the Park - Sunshine Centre (two cases in residents, one staff member)
- Chartwell Westmount Long Term Care - Williamsburg Unit (one case in staff)
- Congregate setting 8 (two case)
- Congregate setting 7 (20 cases)
- Congregate setting 6 (two cases)
- Congregate setting 5 (one case)
- Trades and related services workplace 3 (three cases)
- Food and beverage services 4 (two cases)
- Sports and fitness facility - hockey related (six cases)
- General office setting 3 (three cases)
- Manufacturing and industrial workplace 2 (three cases)
- Construction 3 (six cases)
- Construction 2 (two cases)
- Sports and fitness facility - racquet sports-related (15 cases)
- Trades and related services 2 (two cases)
- Food processing workplace 3 (five cases)
- Algarve Restaurant (40 cases)
- Manufacturing and industrial workplace 3 (nine cases)
- Cambridge Memorial Hospital - Wing B (Level 4, Medicine B Unit)
- Sports and fitness - dance-related (two cases)
- Manufacturing and industrial workplace 4 (three cases)
- Manufacturing and industrial workplace 5 (three cases)
- Food and beverage services 5 (four cases)
- Blessed Sacrament Catholic School (two cases)
The outbreak at Pinehaven long-term care has ended.
Here's the rest of the provincial COVID-19 summary for Sunday:
- 103,912 total cases (1,534 new today)
- 87,508 cases are resolved (84 per cent)
- 3,486 related deaths (14 new today)
- 484 hospitalized (147 in the ICU)