The Victoria Day long weekend saw the London region’s COVID-19 hospitalizations increase by six and the death toll rise by three.
A man in his 70s who was linked to a long-term care home is the latest person to succumbed to the virus, the Middlesex London Health Unit confirmed on Friday.
The health unit reported 21 lab confirmed cases since Wednesday, for a total of 11,821 since the start of the pandemic.
The Middlesex London Health Unit confirmed on Thursday a man in his 80s and a woman in her 60s have succumbed to the virus.
The London Health Sciences Centre reported 33 patients with COVID-19 in its care on Wednesday, down three from the previous day.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in London were unchanged from Monday with 36 patients admitted with the virus.
The London Health Sciences Centre said on Monday it has 36 inpatients in its care being treated for COVID-19, up two since Friday.
There are two active outbreaks of COVID-19 at congregate living settings, down from three on Friday.
A man in his 70s with no link to a long-term care or retirement home succumbed to the virus, the health unit said on Friday.
The health unit reported 48 lab confirmed cases since Wednesday, for a total of 11,754 since the start of the pandemic.