5 new COVID cases in Niagara with no patients being treated in hospital
Niagara is reporting five new COVID-19 cases today, marking the highest number of cases the region has reported since July 31st.
For the last three days, only one new case, was reported each day.
66% of all cases in Niagara have been linked to another confirmed case, while 27% are from community transmission.
70% of residents have received one dose of a COVID vaccine, while 61% have received both doses.
For the first time since September of 2020, there are no patients being treated in hospital in Niagara for the virus.
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