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Today in Ontario 135 new infected and 4 new deaths

TORONTO – July 21, 2021: Canada stood today at 1,424,503 positives for Covid-19, an increase of 470 more cases than in the previous 24 hours. The number of victims – nationwide – today reached 26,512 total deaths, 6 more than Tuesday. In Canada today the number of recovered people from the coronavirus stood at 1,393,366. Ontario today reached 548,609 overall positives, an increase of 135 new cases compared to Tuesday.

The total number of victims in Ontario has meanwhile increased to 9,300, with 4 more deaths than the previous day. The number of recovered people in the province rose to 537,975 or 151 more than the previous 24 hours. There are 144,922 cases so far registered in Ontario of the English variant of Covid, 1,474 of the South African variant, 5,027 of the Brazilian variant and 3,693 of the Indian variant.

Today there were 139 people still in hospital, 112 of them in intensive care and 70 connected to ventilators for assisted breathing. There are 5 retirement and long-term homes that continue to record cases of Covid-19. today there were 15,448 elderly patients infected in total since the beginning of the emergency and 3,978 total deaths so far recorded among guests of the same facilities.

Until today, 7,233 health workers were infected in the same nursing homes and 13 died.

The city of Toronto has recorded, since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 170,398 positives today, with an increase of 38 cases compared to Tuesday. Meanwhile, there were 3,598 total deaths in the city, with 3 new victims. 166,510 were found to be healed today. There were 39 people still in hospital, 14 in intensive care and 9 connected to ventilators for assisted breathing.

The York Region reached 52,745 total infections today, with 6 more positives than on Tuesday and 743 victims since the start of the pandemic, with no more deaths than the previous day. today, 51,953 people were recovered.

In the city of Vaughan, the total number of people tested positive for Covid-19 was 21,847 today, with 3 more new infection than in the previous 24 hours. 301 deaths, with no more new deaths recorded today.

In Woodbridge today there were 9,405 total cases of positivity since the Covid-19 pandemic started, 6,807 in Maple, 7,518 in Richmond Hill and 12,570 in Markham.

In the Peel Region today there were 111,681 coronavirus positives, 12 more than the last survey and 820 total victims, with no more deaths than on the last bulletin. There were 110,759 healings recorded in total, while 3,236 people were hospitalized.

In Mississauga, the total number of people who tested positive for the coronavirus was 40,503 today, 8 more than last Tuesday. Also in Mississauga were today 455 victims so far, with no more deaths recorded, while there were 40,012 people recovered from Covid-19.

In Brampton the total number of people positive for Covid-19 was today 66,536 with 7 new cases of contagion more than on Tuesday. 343 confirmed deaths, with no more victims since the last bulletin, while 66,131 were found to be healed today.

In Caledon, there were 4,441 registered infections today, with no more cases than on Tuesday, while 4,417 had recovered and 20 victims overall, with no more deaths confirmed.

In Hamilton the total number of positives today was 21,487 with 11 new cases of contagion more than in the last testing cycle, while the number of victims so far ascertained was 400, with no more new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours.

In Ottawa, 27,752 people were infected today, with 7 more new positives compared to the last survey, while 593 people died, with no more new deaths recorded since the last bulletin. The healed in the capital today were a total of 27,134.

In Quebec today there were 103 new registered cases for a total of 376,519 infected, with no more additional deaths per 11.235 total victims.

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