One new COVID-19 case in Leeds, Grenville, and Lanark
One new case of COVID-19 is being reported in the Leeds, Grenville, and Lanark.
The lone case was added from the previous days.
Known active cases in the region saw a slight decrease, it's now at 18.
The majority of the known active cases are in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville.
A total of 14 are in the area.
Three are marked in Lanark. One is marked as Out of Region/Unknown.
Two people are in the hospital with the virus. Both of them are in the intensive care unit. One of them is on a ventilator.
On the latest vaccine report, the Leeds, Grenville, and Lanark District Health Unit said that 96.6 per cent of the eligible population (Those aged 12 and over) have one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 91.3 per cent have two doses.
Active cases today: 18 – total of 1906; 1828 recovered. 2 in hosp/ICU, 1 on vent. On the map: 2 in Lanark East; 1 in Lanark West; 11 in Leeds/Grenville (L/G) Central; 2 in L/G East; 1 in L/G West, 1 unknown/out of region. Full report https://t.co/GL5hgsUNtx pic.twitter.com/O2GkL9O7W7— LGL Health Unit (@LGLHealthUnit) October 6, 2021