The number of active COVID-19 cases has dropped in Ottawa to 139, down from 155, while three kids are among the newly reported cases in the city.
According to OPH’s Sunday report, Ottawa has recorded a total of 2,629 cases since the start of the pandemic — that’s six new cases.
The most number of cases overall continues to be reported in the 20-29 cohort with 416 cases, followed by 50-59 year olds representing 354 of Ottawa’s total cases.
Three new cases on Sunday were reported among children 0-9 years old, while two cases were seen among people aged 50-59 and one new case in the 60-69 cohort.
With the province reporting a total of 40,046 cases, that means Ottawa represents about 6.6 per cent of all cases in Ontario.
The number of deaths remains unchanged and sits at 264.
There are 11 people currently hospitalized with the virus, with two in the ICU.
Ottawa has resolved 2,226 of COVID-19 cases, or almost 85 per cent of all cases.
OPH is reporting 12 ongoing outbreaks in healthcare and childcare establishments. A full list can be consulted on OPH’s COVID-19 daily dashboard.
Thirteen per cent of positive cases will receive their test results back within 24 hours, while 58 per cent will get their results back within 48 hours.