Five deaths from COVID-19 in Niagara hospitals last night


Published February 10, 2022 at 1:32 pm

There were five more COVID-19 deaths in Niagara hospitals last night, bringing the total fatality count to 506 in the region since the pandemic began.

With 131 new known cases today (January 10), it represents the 13th straight day that new daily cases in Niagara have been under 200, dating back to 203 on January 29.

The new cases are offset by the 127 resolved cases today, leaving the region with 2,065 ongoing cases that are known.

St Catharines continues to have the largest caseload with 681, dropping off considerably to Niagara Falls at 379 and Welland with 241. Lincoln, Fort Erie and Grimsby are the closest to double-digits that they’ve been since before Christmas showing 129, 111 and 107 known cases respectively.

On the bottom end are Thorold with 84 known cases, Pelham at 77, Niagara-on-the-Lake with 74 followed closely by Port Colborne at 72. Finishing up are West Lincoln with 56 and Wainfleet at just 17.

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