How many cases of coronavirus are there in Hamilton?

News Jul 03, 2020 by Joanna Frketich The Hamilton Spectator

This is a rapidly evolving situation. The information in this article was last updated at 6:14 a.m. July 3.

How many cases?

Hamilton had 842 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, which is the same number as Tuesday, when the case numbers were last reported.

Ontario has 35,370 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, which is an increase of 302 from Tuesday.

COVID-19 is out in the Hamilton community with community-acquired cases now accounting for 28 per cent of cases, which adds up to 237 people.

How many have recovered?

In Hamilton, 89 per cent of those infected have now recovered with 746 cases resolved. Across Ontario, 30,730 confirmed cases are now resolved.

How many have been hospitalized?

There have been 141 people reported hospitalized in Hamilton with COVID-19. Of those remaining in hospital, one is at Hamilton Health Sciences and three are at St. Joseph's.

How many have died?

Hamilton has had 44 deaths.

The latest is an 87-year-old woman who died in hospital June 23 in Hamilton's deadliest outbreak at the Rosslyn Retirement Residence.

Sixteen have now have died in the outbreak at the retirement home on King Street East. An 86-year-old man died in hospital June 20. A 68-year-old man died in hospital June 8. An 88-year-old woman died in hospital June 5. An 86-year-old woman and an 87-year-old woman both died June 3. A 95-year-old man died in hospital May 30, a 93-year-old man died May 29, an 85-year-old man died May 25, a 95-year-old woman died May 23, a 70-year-old resident died in hospital May 14, an 84-year-old man died in hospital May 18, and an 86-year-old man and an 80-year-old man died in hospital May 19.An 84-year-old man died May 20 and a 79-year-old woman died May 22.

Nine people have died in an outbreak at Cardinal Retirement Residence, including an 82-year-old man who died May 9, an 80-year-old who died April 5, a 71-year-old who died April 9, an 88-year-old resident who died April 10 and a 94-year-old woman who died April 12. A 96-year-old woman died April 17 and a 74-year-old man and 96-year-old woman both died April 19. An 81-year-old man died May 4.

Four have died in the outbreak at Heritage Green Nursing Home in Stoney Creek, including an 80-year-old woman who died March 24, an 88-year-old woman who died March 30 and a 100-year-old woman who died April 3. A 92-year-old man died at the nursing home on April 18.

Two have died at Emmanuel House Hospice including a 67-year-old man who died April 15 and an 86-year-old woman who died April 17.

Two residents of Dundurn Place Care Centre on Mary Street died. A 62-year-old man died April 25 and an 81-year-old man died April 26.

An 83-year-old man died May 4 in the outbreak in the 3 West Palliative Care Unit at St. Peter's Hospital.

A 64-year-old man from the community died May 27 in hospital.

Ten have died from the community, including an 87-year-old woman who lived in the community and died Wednesday, May 27 in hospital, a 60-year-old man whose death was reported May 16, an 81-year-old woman who died May 11, an 89-year-old man who died at Juravinski Hospital April 4 after becoming ill March 28. An 88-year-old woman died April 8, a 62-year-old woman died at St. Joseph's Healthcare April 13 and a 74-year-old man died in hospital April 15. An 82-year-old man died April 28 in hospital. On May 3, an 82-year-old man died in hospital.

Where are the outbreaks?

There are no ongoing outbreak in Hamilton.

The biggest is now over. The outbreak at Rosslyn Retirement Residence on King Street East, which has 64 residents and 22 staff infected, was officially declared over May 29. The home has been evacuated and all residents except for two have been hospitalized. The two who did not go to hospital made their own arrangements. The home remains closed until it meets requirements set out by public health and the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority.

Across Ontario, there are outbreaks in 56 long-term care homes.

What to do if you have symptoms or have been exposed?

Symptoms for COVID-19 now include any combination of the following: difficulty breathing, fever, cough, muscle aches, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, headache, hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and a loss of sense of smell and taste.

For seniors symptoms can also include chills, falls, delirium, acute functional decline, decreased blood pressure or increased heart rate.

Tests are given to anyone who fears they have been exposed even if they have no symptoms.

Go to www.ontario.ca/coronavirus to complete a self-assessment. Contact your family doctor or public health at 905-974-9848, 905-546-2424 ext. 7970, phscovid19@hamilton.ca or hamilton.ca/coronavirus.

Assessment and testing centres are open at the West End Clinic and King Campus urgent care centres by referral from public health or family doctors only. Only those who are sick and meet certain criteria will be tested.

Hamilton has a “drive-thru” COVID-19 testing centre at the Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena.

How many cases of coronavirus are there in Hamilton?

News Jul 03, 2020 by Joanna Frketich The Hamilton Spectator

This is a rapidly evolving situation. The information in this article was last updated at 6:14 a.m. July 3.

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How many cases?

Hamilton had 842 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, which is the same number as Tuesday, when the case numbers were last reported.

Ontario has 35,370 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, which is an increase of 302 from Tuesday.

COVID-19 is out in the Hamilton community with community-acquired cases now accounting for 28 per cent of cases, which adds up to 237 people.

How many have recovered?

In Hamilton, 89 per cent of those infected have now recovered with 746 cases resolved. Across Ontario, 30,730 confirmed cases are now resolved.

How many have been hospitalized?

There have been 141 people reported hospitalized in Hamilton with COVID-19. Of those remaining in hospital, one is at Hamilton Health Sciences and three are at St. Joseph's.

How many have died?

Hamilton has had 44 deaths.

The latest is an 87-year-old woman who died in hospital June 23 in Hamilton's deadliest outbreak at the Rosslyn Retirement Residence.

Sixteen have now have died in the outbreak at the retirement home on King Street East. An 86-year-old man died in hospital June 20. A 68-year-old man died in hospital June 8. An 88-year-old woman died in hospital June 5. An 86-year-old woman and an 87-year-old woman both died June 3. A 95-year-old man died in hospital May 30, a 93-year-old man died May 29, an 85-year-old man died May 25, a 95-year-old woman died May 23, a 70-year-old resident died in hospital May 14, an 84-year-old man died in hospital May 18, and an 86-year-old man and an 80-year-old man died in hospital May 19.An 84-year-old man died May 20 and a 79-year-old woman died May 22.

Nine people have died in an outbreak at Cardinal Retirement Residence, including an 82-year-old man who died May 9, an 80-year-old who died April 5, a 71-year-old who died April 9, an 88-year-old resident who died April 10 and a 94-year-old woman who died April 12. A 96-year-old woman died April 17 and a 74-year-old man and 96-year-old woman both died April 19. An 81-year-old man died May 4.

Four have died in the outbreak at Heritage Green Nursing Home in Stoney Creek, including an 80-year-old woman who died March 24, an 88-year-old woman who died March 30 and a 100-year-old woman who died April 3. A 92-year-old man died at the nursing home on April 18.

Two have died at Emmanuel House Hospice including a 67-year-old man who died April 15 and an 86-year-old woman who died April 17.

Two residents of Dundurn Place Care Centre on Mary Street died. A 62-year-old man died April 25 and an 81-year-old man died April 26.

An 83-year-old man died May 4 in the outbreak in the 3 West Palliative Care Unit at St. Peter's Hospital.

A 64-year-old man from the community died May 27 in hospital.

Ten have died from the community, including an 87-year-old woman who lived in the community and died Wednesday, May 27 in hospital, a 60-year-old man whose death was reported May 16, an 81-year-old woman who died May 11, an 89-year-old man who died at Juravinski Hospital April 4 after becoming ill March 28. An 88-year-old woman died April 8, a 62-year-old woman died at St. Joseph's Healthcare April 13 and a 74-year-old man died in hospital April 15. An 82-year-old man died April 28 in hospital. On May 3, an 82-year-old man died in hospital.

Where are the outbreaks?

There are no ongoing outbreak in Hamilton.

The biggest is now over. The outbreak at Rosslyn Retirement Residence on King Street East, which has 64 residents and 22 staff infected, was officially declared over May 29. The home has been evacuated and all residents except for two have been hospitalized. The two who did not go to hospital made their own arrangements. The home remains closed until it meets requirements set out by public health and the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority.

Across Ontario, there are outbreaks in 56 long-term care homes.

What to do if you have symptoms or have been exposed?

Symptoms for COVID-19 now include any combination of the following: difficulty breathing, fever, cough, muscle aches, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, headache, hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and a loss of sense of smell and taste.

For seniors symptoms can also include chills, falls, delirium, acute functional decline, decreased blood pressure or increased heart rate.

Tests are given to anyone who fears they have been exposed even if they have no symptoms.

Go to www.ontario.ca/coronavirus to complete a self-assessment. Contact your family doctor or public health at 905-974-9848, 905-546-2424 ext. 7970, phscovid19@hamilton.ca or hamilton.ca/coronavirus.

Assessment and testing centres are open at the West End Clinic and King Campus urgent care centres by referral from public health or family doctors only. Only those who are sick and meet certain criteria will be tested.

Hamilton has a “drive-thru” COVID-19 testing centre at the Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena.

How many cases of coronavirus are there in Hamilton?

News Jul 03, 2020 by Joanna Frketich The Hamilton Spectator

This is a rapidly evolving situation. The information in this article was last updated at 6:14 a.m. July 3.

Related Content

How many cases?

Hamilton had 842 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, which is the same number as Tuesday, when the case numbers were last reported.

Ontario has 35,370 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, which is an increase of 302 from Tuesday.

COVID-19 is out in the Hamilton community with community-acquired cases now accounting for 28 per cent of cases, which adds up to 237 people.

How many have recovered?

In Hamilton, 89 per cent of those infected have now recovered with 746 cases resolved. Across Ontario, 30,730 confirmed cases are now resolved.

How many have been hospitalized?

There have been 141 people reported hospitalized in Hamilton with COVID-19. Of those remaining in hospital, one is at Hamilton Health Sciences and three are at St. Joseph's.

How many have died?

Hamilton has had 44 deaths.

The latest is an 87-year-old woman who died in hospital June 23 in Hamilton's deadliest outbreak at the Rosslyn Retirement Residence.

Sixteen have now have died in the outbreak at the retirement home on King Street East. An 86-year-old man died in hospital June 20. A 68-year-old man died in hospital June 8. An 88-year-old woman died in hospital June 5. An 86-year-old woman and an 87-year-old woman both died June 3. A 95-year-old man died in hospital May 30, a 93-year-old man died May 29, an 85-year-old man died May 25, a 95-year-old woman died May 23, a 70-year-old resident died in hospital May 14, an 84-year-old man died in hospital May 18, and an 86-year-old man and an 80-year-old man died in hospital May 19.An 84-year-old man died May 20 and a 79-year-old woman died May 22.

Nine people have died in an outbreak at Cardinal Retirement Residence, including an 82-year-old man who died May 9, an 80-year-old who died April 5, a 71-year-old who died April 9, an 88-year-old resident who died April 10 and a 94-year-old woman who died April 12. A 96-year-old woman died April 17 and a 74-year-old man and 96-year-old woman both died April 19. An 81-year-old man died May 4.

Four have died in the outbreak at Heritage Green Nursing Home in Stoney Creek, including an 80-year-old woman who died March 24, an 88-year-old woman who died March 30 and a 100-year-old woman who died April 3. A 92-year-old man died at the nursing home on April 18.

Two have died at Emmanuel House Hospice including a 67-year-old man who died April 15 and an 86-year-old woman who died April 17.

Two residents of Dundurn Place Care Centre on Mary Street died. A 62-year-old man died April 25 and an 81-year-old man died April 26.

An 83-year-old man died May 4 in the outbreak in the 3 West Palliative Care Unit at St. Peter's Hospital.

A 64-year-old man from the community died May 27 in hospital.

Ten have died from the community, including an 87-year-old woman who lived in the community and died Wednesday, May 27 in hospital, a 60-year-old man whose death was reported May 16, an 81-year-old woman who died May 11, an 89-year-old man who died at Juravinski Hospital April 4 after becoming ill March 28. An 88-year-old woman died April 8, a 62-year-old woman died at St. Joseph's Healthcare April 13 and a 74-year-old man died in hospital April 15. An 82-year-old man died April 28 in hospital. On May 3, an 82-year-old man died in hospital.

Where are the outbreaks?

There are no ongoing outbreak in Hamilton.

The biggest is now over. The outbreak at Rosslyn Retirement Residence on King Street East, which has 64 residents and 22 staff infected, was officially declared over May 29. The home has been evacuated and all residents except for two have been hospitalized. The two who did not go to hospital made their own arrangements. The home remains closed until it meets requirements set out by public health and the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority.

Across Ontario, there are outbreaks in 56 long-term care homes.

What to do if you have symptoms or have been exposed?

Symptoms for COVID-19 now include any combination of the following: difficulty breathing, fever, cough, muscle aches, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, headache, hoarse voice, difficulty swallowing, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and a loss of sense of smell and taste.

For seniors symptoms can also include chills, falls, delirium, acute functional decline, decreased blood pressure or increased heart rate.

Tests are given to anyone who fears they have been exposed even if they have no symptoms.

Go to www.ontario.ca/coronavirus to complete a self-assessment. Contact your family doctor or public health at 905-974-9848, 905-546-2424 ext. 7970, phscovid19@hamilton.ca or hamilton.ca/coronavirus.

Assessment and testing centres are open at the West End Clinic and King Campus urgent care centres by referral from public health or family doctors only. Only those who are sick and meet certain criteria will be tested.

Hamilton has a “drive-thru” COVID-19 testing centre at the Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena.