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July 2nd Oakville COVID-19 Update

July 2nd Oakville COVID-19 Update
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Tyler Collins

Tyler Collins

Tyler Collins is the Oakville News publishing assistant and arts reporter. He started with the news in 2016 and now specializes in current and live events, film, theatre and entertainment. He comes from Campbellton, NB and has lived in Oakville more than 20 years. Proud Sheridan grad of Journalism and Performing Arts. Twitter: @MrTyCollins

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This is the July 2nd Oakville COVID-19 Update. The town of Oakville reports no changes to their COVID-19 figures for the second day in a row. Halton reports four new cases. Ontario updates data from both yesterday and June 30th, and releases 40% of provincial COVID-19 hospitalizations in one day. Quebec now accounts for nearly 90% of remaining active cases nationwide.

July 2nd Oakville COVID-19 Update

 

Status of COVID-19 Cases in Oakville

Plus or minus figures are tabulated from the last update which was July 1, 2020. Case information released on July 2, 2020 at 11:15 AM for the end of day of July 1, 2020.

  • Confirmed cases in Oakville is 251 – no change
  • Probable cases in Oakville is 26 – no change
  • Confirmed and probable cases total is 277 – no change
  • Total Deaths: 3 – no change
  • Recoveries: 261 (94.2% of all cases, see below note) – no change
  • Completed Cases (recoveries and deaths): 264 (95.3% of cases)
  • 1 Oakville Institution Outbreak – no change
  • No cases in OTMH (includes cases from outside Halton) – no change
  • 13 possible active cases –  no change

 

Note: Halton Region’s counted recoveries are combined into one number with probable, now resolved cases. This number includes some cases that were not recoveries from COVID-19.

 

Halton Region COVID-19 Update

  • Halton reports four new confirmed cases
  • Burlington resolves all institutional outbreaks; Oakville contains only one still in Halton
  • Halton Region’s case and contact follow up continues to surpass the provincial standard

 

Status of COVID-19 Cases in Halton

Plus or minus figures are tabulated from the last update which was July 1, 2020. Case information released on July 2, 2020 at 11:15 AM for the end of day of July 1, 2020.

  • 758 COVID-19 confirmed cases – plus 4
  • 81 probable cases in Halton – no change
  • 839 total cases (confirmed and probable) –  plus 3
  • 25 deaths (12 related to institutions – 48%) – no change
  • 760 recovered (90.6% of all cases, see note below) – plus 1
  • 785 cases resolved (recoveries and deaths – 93.6%)
  • 1 ongoing institution outbreak – minus 2
  • 2 people are still in Hospital – no change
  • 54 possible active cases – plus 2
  • Unknown confirmed active cases

 

Note: Halton Region’s counted recoveries are combined into one number with probable, now resolved cases. This number includes some cases that were not recoveries from COVID-19.

 

Ontario COVID-19 Update

 

Status of COVID-19 Cases in Ontario

Plus or minus figures are tabulated from the last update which was July 1, 2020. Information released as of July 2, 2020 at 11:30 AM for the end of day of July 1, 2020.

  • 35,370 confirmed cases – plus 153
  • 30,730 recovered cases, 86.9% of all cases – plus 204
  • 2,680 deaths, 7.6% of those confirmed cases –  plus 4
  • 33,410 resolved cases (deaths & recovered) or 94.5%
  • 24,322 tests performed
  • 13,922 cases under investigation
  • 119 people hospitalized – minus 80 (40% reduction)
  • 40 people in ICU – minus 3
  • 26 people requiring ventilators – minus 4

 

Summary of Institutional Outbreaks:

Long Term Care Homes, Retirement Homes, Hospitals

 

Canada COVID-19 Update

 

Status of COVID-19 Cases in Canada

Plus or minus figures are tabulated from the last update which was July 1, 2020. Information released as of July 2, 2020 at 11:30 AM for the end of day of July 1, 2020.

  • Total number of confirmed and suspected cases in Canada is 104,642
  • 222 new cases
  • 8,637 deaths
  • 68,217 recoveries
  • 76,854 resolved cases (73.4% of all cases)

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