Brockville – The Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit is reporting 14*** new cases (7 in past 24hrs, 7 added to previous dates) and 85* active cases in this morning’s Covid-19 report.
There are 6 new recoveries. A total of 1,210 recovered cases. (Recovered cases do not include deaths).
The total case count is now 1,349.
There are currently 10 hospitalized, 4 in ICU, 2 on ventilator.
14*** – new cases
85* – active cases
6 – newly recovered
10 – currently hospitalized
0 – New Deaths
4 – Active in ICU
2 – Active Ventilated
Total Cases – 1,349
Total Deaths – 54
Total Resolved – 1,210
Active **Community-based Cases Only:
UCLG East – 33 case(s)
Lanark East – 25 case(s)
Lanark West – 12 case(s)
UCLG West – 8 case(s)
UCLG Central – 3 case(s)
Unknown – 1
Total community active – 82** cases
Active Retirement & long-term care cases – 2
Active Outbreaks at:
Rideau Ferry Country Home
Kemptville District Hospital LTC Unit
Total Community & Long Term Care Cases – 85
Active School Outbreaks: 0
For clarification of any case information, please email the Health Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more detailed information visit the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit COVID-19 Case Summary Dashboard:
*Active cases can be recovering at home or admitted to a hospital depending on symptom severity.
**Community-based cases are community and health care workers but NOT retirement and long-term care facility cases.
***Past 24hrs will not include data from Saturday or some Stat holidays due to reporting timelines. 24hrs comprises the 24 hours up to 4:00pm the previous day. It will not include cases added retrospectively to dates prior to the past 24 hours. A ‘new’ case can be added outside of the past 24hrs due to data cleaning, or a case investigation, and then this ‘new’ case would show up in ‘Case Incidence, but would not show up as a new case in the past 24hrs.
Although reporting the number of cases in the past 24hrs appears straightforward, it is complicated because of how case investigations are done. As case investigations occur, new information may become available that adds or removes a case from our geographi area (for example, a case that is initially identified as living in LGL but actually lives in another public health unit area). As well. the health uinit receive new cases throughout the day, so if they receive a new case after the cut-off time to produce the report, that case can appear to be ‘missing’ when in fact it just came through after the report cut-off.