After just four COVID-19 cases yesterday, Niagara Region sees 31 new ones today

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Published November 2, 2021 at 1:10 pm

The Delta variant of COVID-19 isn’t through with Niagara Region just yet.

After a weekend that saw 39 new cases and then a drop to just four yesterday, there were 31 new cases discovered today (November 2). And it’s all Delta.

With only 16 cases resolved resolved, the ongoing cases bumped up to 176 in Niagara.

On the positive, there are only four patients in Niagara hospitals, though three are in the ICU. Their vaccination status is unknown as Niagara doesn’t reveal that unless there’s six or more hospitalized.

Three municipalities remain in the double-digit caseloads as St. Catharines has 51 cases, Niagara Falls reports 37 and Fort Erie is posting 35.

The remaining nine municipalities run from a low of three cases in Grimsby up to nine cases in Thorold.

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