One more COVID-19 death in Niagara Region but ongoing cases drop to 232


Published November 10, 2021 at 1:48 pm

As recoveries start to outpace new infections, Niagara Region is continuing to see its ongoing COVID-19 cases start to dip with 232 on record today (November 10).

While the region reported 19 new cases today, the resolved cases hit 33, finally pushing the numbers down a little.

However, sadly, there was another death in a Niagara hospital last night, pushing the death toll to 439. Since Niagara has seen 18,423 cases since March 2020, that’s a death rate of 2.38 per cent.

At the moment, 12 people are in Niagara hospitals, three of them in the ICU.

St. Catharines continues to lead the caseload with 63 ongoing, followed by Fort Erie with 43 and Niagara Falls with 42. Lincoln and Welland trail them with 24 and 23 cases respectively.

The seven remaining municipalities run between a low of three cases in both Pelham and West Lincoln up to eight cases in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

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