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COVID-19 Today: A look at the numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario

In York Region, the second largest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases are aged 20 to 34
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Newmarket (reported at Wednesday, May 13, 5 p.m.)

Institutional Outbreaks

The Nitty Gritty

  • 121 cases (66 per cent) acquired by outbreak
  • 18 cases community transmission
  • 21 cases close contact
  • 2 cases workplace outbreak
  • 108 cases females (59 per cent)
  • 58 cases age 80+
  • 34 cases age 65 to 79
  • 33 cases age 55 to 64
  • 24 cases age 35 to 44
  • 16 (one more) cases age 45 to 54
  • 14 cases age 20 to 34
  • 5 cases age 5 to 19

York Region (reported at Wednesday, May 13, 5 p.m.)

Institutional Outbreaks

  • 33 institutional outbreaks; 19 closed
  • 107 (3 more) individuals have died of outbreak-acquired COVID-19
  • 478 (5 more) residents/patients
  • 413 (5 more) health-care workers

The Nitty Gritty

  • 667 cases (9 more) , or 34 per cent, acquired by institutional outbreak
  • 24 (1 more) cases, or 1 per cent, workplace outbreak
  • 563 cases (5 more), or 29 per cent, close contact
  • 378 cases (1 more), or 19 per cent, community transmission
  • 144 (1 more) cases travel
  • 140 cases under investigation
  • 21 cases unknown
  • 350 cases (7 more) age 80+, or 18 per cent
  • 344 cases (8 more) age 20 to 34, or 18 per cent
  • 340 cases (4 more) age 55 to 64, or 18 per cent
  • 330 cases age 45 to 54, or 17 per cent
  • 65 cases (3 more) age 5 to 19, or 3 per cent

Ontario (reported at 10:30 a.m. today):

  • 21,494 confirmed cases of COVID-19
  • 358 new confirmed cases today
  • 40 more deaths, totalling 1,798
  • 1,026 cases are hospitalized; 184 in intensive care units; 141 on ventilators
  • 16,205 resolved, 75.4 per cent of cases
  • 17,429 more tests completed, with 17,578 awaiting results

Institutional Outbreaks

  • 254 outbreaks reported at long-term care homes
  • 110 (10 more) outbreaks at retirement homes
  • 76 (3 more) outbreaks at hospitals
  • 815 long-term care homes deaths
  • 142 deaths at retirement homes
  • 52 deaths at hospitals
  • 2,997 cases are long-term care residents; 312 hospital patients
  • 3,607 cases are health-care workers

The Nitty Gritty

  • 57.2 per cent are females
  • 43. per cent are aged 60 +
  • 6.8 per cent acquired by travel
  • 23 per cent close contact
  • 36.3 per cent community transmission
  • 33.9 per cent under investigation

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