508 cases, 6 deaths in final update of the week

By Greg Fry	
		COVID-19 update		508 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. 25 in Northern Health

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Across the state, the number of newly reported coronavirus cases increased by 2,306 on Friday, according to the Ohio Department of Health, and deaths are up 82.

There is a data discrepancy between Island Health and the province, based on the timing of COVID-19 results. Those examples refer to two karaoke bars that Richmond RCMP shut down last weekend, as well as a trivia night held at Port Moody's St. James's Well, which led to to 24 cases and a secondary outbreak at a childcare centre.

People without internet access, or a valid health card number, can still call their public health office for access to their immunization records.

The Cleveland Department of Public Health reports that 5,344 patients have been released from isolation.

Erie County, which has nearly seven times as many people as Warren County, has had 8,668 full vaccinations and 15,698 more partial vaccinations.

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Gustafson said there are 19 active outbreaks in healthcare facilities, which includes 13 in longterm care facilities and six in acute care facilities.

Another 20 cases are B.1.351, a variant first noted in South Africa, and so far just one case is known to be B.1.525. There is now a total of 213,400 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ireland.

A total of 91 active clusters have recorded new cases.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's tally on Friday reported 27,737,875 cases, up 67,437 from the previous day.

Fifty-four percent of the cases involve women. As of today, there have been 42 cases confirmed, and nine of those cases remain active.

"This is very good news, because with every individual that is protected by vaccination, we are all safer", Gustafson said.

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