COVID-19: Hamilton reporting 77 newly confirmed cases as province reports 1,890
Published December 9, 2020 at 3:35 pm
On Wednesday (Dec. 9), Hamilton is reporting 77 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the city’s total to 3,824.
There have been 102 deaths associated with the virus to date, locally, and approximately 80 per cent of all cases (3,067) have been resolved.
According Hamilton Public Health Services data shared on the City of Hamilton’s website, there is believed to be 628 active cases of the virus in the community and 22 active outbreaks at the moment.
Forty-nine people with COVID-19 are currently being treated for the virus in Hamilton hospitals.
According to data shared on the province of Ontario’s COVID-19 webpage, there are 69 confirmed cases among staff and students at 36 schools across the city as of Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Ontario is reporting 1,890 new cases of COVID-19 and 28 new deaths due to the virus.
The province’s Health Minister Christine Elliott says 517 cases are in Toronto, 471 in Peel Region and 187 in York Region.
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