One new case of COVID-19 in Niagara: NRPH
Niagara Region Public Health have confirmed one new case of COVID-19.
To date, Niagara has had 909 cases of COVID-19.
Of the 909, 807 are considered resolved, and 64 patients have died.
Currently, Niagara has 38 active cases, and six active outbreaks.
Two of the six outbreaks are at health care facilities: R. H. Lawson Eventide Home in Niagara Falls, and Garden City Manor in St. Catharines.
The other four outbreaks are considered 'community outbreaks'.
Most of Niagara's active cases are in Lincoln, with Niagara on the Lake not far behind.
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