11 new cases of COVID-19 in KFL&A region over the weekend
The KFL&A Public Health unit is reporting 11 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend.
Two variants of concern from previously confirmed cases were also identified.
The number of known active cases in the region remains at 39.
No one is in the hospital with the virus.
On the vacciantion front, nearly 86 per cent of the eligible population have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Over 79 per cent are fully vaccinated.
11 new COVID-19 cases in #KFLA since Sept. 10:— KFLA Public Health (@KFLAPH) September 13, 2021
F 10 to 17, close contact (CC)
F 18 to 29, CC
2 F 18 to 29, under investigation (UI)
F 40s, UI
M 10 to 17 CC
M 18 to 29, CC
3 M 18 to 29, CC
M 60s, UI
11 cases have resolved
39 active cases.
2 VOCs confirmed in prev. reported cases. pic.twitter.com/6IntY5Iop0
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The City of Pembroke is outlining its proof of vaccination policy for it's recreational facilities.
A female bystander is being credited with saving a life in the Village of Cardinal.
A Kingston man is facing impairment charges after he was alleged to have driven towards a police cruiser.
The Limestone District School Board (LDSB) has been notified of a positive COVID-19 case at Loyalist Collegiate & Vocational Institute (LCVI) by the KFL&A Public Health Unit.
The Renfrew County and District Health Unit is reporting two new cases of COVID-19.
Seven new cases of COVID-19 are being reported in the KFL&A region.
Ontario Provincial Police say they are investigating a fatal motorcycle collision that happened in the County of Renfrew.
Ontario Provincial Police responded to a fatal farm tractor rollover on Saturday.