Twenty residents have died due to complications related to COVID-19, and 105 have been hospitalized at some point in their illness.
Algoma Public Health: 39 cases, rate of 34.1 per 100,000 population.There are five known active cases.
According to LincolnHealth spokesperson John Martins, the hospital performed 409 tests from October 5-11 with no positives.
The health ministry's data once again confirms that people who have underlying health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure or cancer are at greater risk of dying due to COVID-19 than patients these comorbidities.
You can also see the progression of deaths, active cases and people tested either as a total, rate or moving average.
Health officials say the flu shot is especially important this year, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are 5,884 active, lab-confirmed cases in Ontario, including 231 patients now hospitalized with the coronavirus.
Additionally, there have been 89 cases of COVID-19 in B.C. of people who reside outside of Canada. A total of 182 Pierce County residents have died.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 549 new cases of the virus, including 10 new cases on Vancouver Island, in a live news conference Tuesday.
During her latest briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic, Henry noted an increase in exposures at recreational youth sporting events, including soccer and hockey, which has led to the closure of some facilities.
Approximately 8,974 people who contracted the virus are now considered recovered in B.C., according to Henry. The per cent positivity rate for the province is now at 2.6 per cent. There have been 143 deaths so far from COVID-19 in Maine.
Statewide, 104,271 people have recovered from the virus as of October 9. The statewide case rate is 43.2 per 10,000 people. While this has meant an increase in the overall number of confirmed positive cases, the active cases and percentage positive remain stable.