Daily COVID-19 update for Peterborough and the greater Kawarthas region – July 2, 2020

Cases and deaths as reported by regional health units: Peterborough Public Health; Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit; and Hastings Prince Edward Public Health

Daily COVID-19 update for Peterborough and the greater Kawarthas region - July 2, 2020

kawarthaNOW is providing a daily report of COVID-19 cases in the greater Kawarthas region.

Here’s today summary: there are 95 confirmed positive cases in the Peterborough area (91 resolved), 169 in the City of Kawartha Lakes (141 resolved), 21 in Northumberland County (20 resolved), 10 in Haliburton County (9 resolved), and 43 in Hastings County and Prince Edward County (37 resolved).

There are 4 new cases to report today, including 3 cases in Kawartha Lakes and 1 case in Haliburton. There are no new cases to report in Peterborough or Hastings County and Prince Edward County.

The outbreak at Fenelon Court Long Term Care Home in Fenelon Falls, declared on June 11 after one symptomatic resident tested positive for COVID-19, was declared over on July 1.

There has been a total of 39 deaths. The most recent death was reported on May 7 by Hastings Prince Edward Public Health.

Province-wide, there are 35,370 confirmed cases, an increase of 153 from yesterday’s report. A total of 30,730 cases are resolved, an increase of 204 from yesterday. There have been 2,680 deaths, an increase of 4 from yesterday, with 1,712 of the deaths being residents in long-term care homes, an increase of 2. A total of 1,457,703 tests have been completed, an increase of 24,322 from yesterday, with 13,922 tests under investigation, a decrease of 9,404. Note: the government did not issue a report on July 1; however, those numbers were released on July 2 and are also available below.

This report is based on data supplied by the province’s integrated Public Health Information System (iPHIS), as well as any additional information supplied by health units and hospitals. This information is at least 24 hours old, so it is not real-time data.

We publish the daily report, usually by late afternoon, with the most current information released by health units. Note that each health unit reports the information in a different way.

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Peterborough Public Health

Peterborough Public Health’s service area is the City and County of Peterborough and the Hiawatha and Curve Lake First Nations.

Confirmed positive: 95 (no change, last positive case was on June 20)
Active cases: 2 (no change)
Deaths: 2 (no change)
Resolved: 91 (no change)
Total tests completed: Over 17,000 (increase of 550)
Institutional outbreaks: None (no change)

 

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit’s service area is the City of Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland County, and Haliburton County.

Note: effective July 3, the health unit will no longer provide reports on the weekend.

Confirmed positive: 200, including 169 in Kawartha Lakes, 21 in Northumberland, 10 in Haliburton (increase of 4: 3 in Kawartha Lakes and 1 in Haliburton)
Probable cases: No longer reported
Hospitalizations: 13 (no change)
Deaths: 32 (no change)
Resolved: 170 (increase of 3)
Institutional outbreaks: None (decrease of 1)*

*The outbreak at Fenelon Court Long Term Care Home in Fenelon Falls, declared on June 11 after one symptomatic resident tested positive for COVID-19, was declared over on July 1.

Fenelon Court Long Term Care Home in Fenelon Falls (no change)

 

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health’s service area is Hastings County (including Bancroft) and Prince Edward County.

Confirmed positive: 43 (no change, last positive case reported on May 18)
Probable cases: 181 (no change)
Deaths: 5 (no change)
Hospitalized: 0 (no change)
Hospitalized and in ICU: 0 (no change)
Hospitalized and in ICU on ventilator: 0 (no change)
Recovered: 37 (increase of 1)
Total tests completed: 10,000 (increase of 742)
Institutional outbreaks: None (no change)

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Province of Ontario

July 2

Confirmed positive: 35,370 (increase of 153)
Resolved: 30,730 (increase of 204)
Hospitalized: 119 (decrease of 109)*
Hospitalized and in ICU: 40 (decrease of 3)
Hospitalized and in ICU on ventilator: 26 (decrease of 4)
Deaths: 2,680 (increase of 4)
Deaths of residents in long-term care homes: 1,712 (increase of 2, 63.9% of all deaths)
Total tests completed 1,457,703 (increase of 24,322)
Tests under investigation: 13,922 (decrease of 9,404)

*Note: more than 30 hospitals did not report information for June 30; therefore, this is likely an underestimate and will increase in tomorrow’s counts.

July 1

Confirmed positive: 35,217 (increase of 149)
Resolved: 30,526 (increase of 182)
Hospitalized: 209 (decrease of 4)
Hospitalized and in ICU: 43 (increase of 1)
Hospitalized and in ICU on ventilator: 30 (decrease of 4)
Deaths: 2,676 (increase of 4)
Deaths of residents in long-term care homes: 1,710 (no change, 63.9% of all deaths)
Total tests completed 1,433,381 (increase of 26,056)
Tests under investigation: 23,326 (increase of 4,008)

New COVID-19 cases in Ontario from June 1 - July 1, 2020. The red line is the number of new cases reported daily, and the dotted green line is a five-day moving average of new cases. (Graphic: kawarthaNOW.com)
New COVID-19 cases in Ontario from June 1 – July 1, 2020. The red line is the number of new cases reported daily, and the dotted green line is a five-day moving average of new cases. (Graphic: kawarthaNOW.com)
COVID-19 tests completed in Ontario from  June 1 - July 1, 2020. The red line is the number of tests completed daily, and the dotted green line is a five-day moving average of tests completed. (Graphic: kawarthaNOW.com)
COVID-19 tests completed in Ontario from June 1 – July 1, 2020. The red line is the number of tests completed daily, and the dotted green line is a five-day moving average of tests completed. (Graphic: kawarthaNOW.com)

 

For more information about COVID-19 in Ontario, visit covid-19.ontario.ca.

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