With 38 new COVID-19 cases, Niagara Region now sitting with 439 ongoing


Published December 14, 2021 at 4:43 pm

With 38 new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara Region today (November 14) and 34 cases resolved, the region is still sitting with 439 ongoing infected residents.

As far as December is going, 38 cases is right in the middle of the new case daily counts.

On the positive side, more than a quarter of the region’s kids have now had their first shots as the region is reporting that 26.9 per cent of kids aged five to 11 received dose one as of yesterday.

For adults, Niagara is sitting at 80 per cent first dose, 75 per cent fully vaxxed.

Active cases did drop a little in the two heaviest hit cities – St. Catharines and Niagara Falls – as they currently have 108 and 93 active cases respectively. From there, it’s a sizable drop to Fort Erie with 37, Welland contending with 35 and Grimsby sitting at 33.

Lincoln is next with 26 active cases followed by Thorold at 22 and both Niagara-on-the-Lake and West Lincoln at 21 apiece. After that, Pelham, Port Colborne and Wainfleet are at the bottom of the list with 15, 13 and six cases respectively.



80% of Niagara residents now have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

26.9% of youth aged 5-11 in Niagara have now received their first dose.

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