Guelph’s public health unit reported three new COVID-19 cases in the city on Tuesday as the total number of cases during the pandemic reached 5,145.
Latest data shows Guelph has 30 active cases, with three recoveries reported.
The total number of resolved cases stands at 5,070, while the city’s number of 45 deaths has remained unchanged for several weeks.
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A new case was reported in Wellington County on Tuesday, with its total cases rising to 2,138.
Active cases are 39 with five recoveries reported. The county death toll related to the new coronavirus is 38.
Across Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph, there is one case being treated in hospital.
There are 15 confirmed cases among nine public and Catholic schools in Guelph and Wellington Counties, including three at Waverley Drive Public Schools where the outbreak remains.
The University of Guelph said none of the cases were connected to the campus.
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Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health said 86.5% of eligible residents – those turning 12 in 2021 or later – are considered fully immunized, while 88.7% have been vaccinated. one dose of vaccine.
In Guelph, 91.8% of eligible residents were fully immunized and 94% partially immunized, while in Wellington County 79.2% were fully immunized and 81% received a single dose.
So far this week, about 900 shots of the vaccine have been given, including about 150 of the first, about 250 of the second and 500 of the third.
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Public Health is releasing COVID-19 vaccination rates in local middle schools and elementary schools.
As of Tuesday, 81.1% of eligible students on the Upper Grand School Board were fully immunized, while 83.6% had received two doses on the Wellington Catholic School Board.
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