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Public health officials want to act quickly to prevent this surge, as summer begins to affect older Londoners: “When we get to the hospital and deaths start to happen.”
Sunday’s count was second in the 24-day single-day record of new London-area cases set on April 16.
Some other local COVID-19 facts:
- A total of 974 cases have been reported so far in London and Middlesex County
- As of Sunday morning, 79 people were active
- Everything else is “fixed”, including recoveries and deaths
- There were 57 local deaths, most recently on June 10
- Local hospitals have not yet grown
- There have been five or fewer COVID-19 patients in London hospitals since June
- No new outbreaks were reported in long-term care homes or schools this weekend
The death toll in Ontario has now risen to 3,000, with 3,005 dying on Sunday, and 217 are currently hospitalized. More than 50 are in intensive care and 32 are on provincial ventilators.
Public health officials and politicians have urged Londoners not to travel outside their homes or be in close contact during Thanksgiving weekend.
That message was emphasized on Sunday in the summer, although it may be too late for those who have already traveled or held large family gatherings.
“IIt’s time to dump her and move on, “he said, adding that COVID-19 broadcasts” mainly “take place in an” unsupervised, unregulated social environment “.
Summer added: “It’s not necessarily happening in schools or offices.”
Holder said it was the first Thanksgiving he could remember celebrating without his daughter.
“I was really, really troubled and worried,” he said. “Over the next two weeks, sadly, I think London will be hit by a very significant increase. It looks like 20 short. I want to and I’m wrong.
“Trouble on the go, it’s like rolling the dice. You have no idea what you are going to get. . . This increases the risk. ”