COVID-19 hospitalizations in London dropped to a low not seen since before the Omicron wave on Tuesday.
The London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) confirmed it has 26 inpatients in its care being treated for COVID-19, up two since Friday.
The London Health Sciences Centre confirmed 24 inpatients with the virus are currently in its care, an increase of one since Thursday.
There was no change in the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in the London region on Thursday.
Part of the change means the health unit will provide weekly COVID-19 updates every Wednesday, down from three updates a week, starting June 1.
The London Health Sciences Centre reported 23 patients with COVID-19 in its care on Wednesday, down ten from the previous day.
There has not been a rise in the COVID-19 death toll in the London area in nearly one week.
Lambton Public Health reported just over a dozen new cases of COVID-19 since Friday.
The London Health Sciences Centre confirmed 40 inpatients with the virus are currently in its care, an increase of five since Thursday.
In its update Friday, Lambton Public Health reported the daily average number of cases over seven days is six, down from nine a week ago.