Just 21 new COVID-19 cases in Peel Region, 10 in Mississauga and 10 in Brampton
The Region of Peel is reporting 21 new COVID-19 cases as of Tuesday (June 22).
Of Tuesday's new cases, 10 are in Brampton, while 10 are in Mississauga, and just one is in Caledon.
This brings the total for the Region to 111,141 cases. Of these, 110,039 have recovered, while 296 are still pending, 3,194 have been hospitalized, and 806 ave died.
As of Tuesday, 59.6 per cent of cases are in Brampton, 36.2 per cent are in Mississauga, and just four per cent are in Caledon.
The median age for cases in Peel is 36, and residents in their 20's continue to make up most of the cases at 24.6 per cent, followed by those in their 30's--who make up 17.3 per cent of cases, those in their 40's--who make up 14.4 per cent, and those in their 50's--who make up 13.8 per cent.
The Province is reporting 296 new cases on Tuesday, as well as 60 new deaths--however, the majority of these deaths have been attributed to a backlog and should have been included in previous days' totals.
This is the second consecutive day Ontario has seen fewer than 300 new cases.
Additionally, the Province is reporting another 199,535 vaccinations. As of Tuesday, two-thirds of all Ontarians have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, including more than three-quarters of adults, and nearly one-quarter of adults has been fully immunized.
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