Ontario reports 447 COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths

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Ontario reported 447 cases of COVID-19 and four deaths on Monday.

The reported positivity rate is 2.8 per cent, with the province completing 13,588 tests in the last day.

Here are the COVID-19 numbers for our region

Hamilton

  • 21,043 total cases — up 11 from Sunday
  • 19,963 resolved cases
  • 225 active cases
  • 44 in hospital
  • 396 deaths

Halton

  • 17,845 total cases — up 10 from Sunday
  • 17,492 resolved cases
  • 124 active cases
  • 12 in hospital
  • 229 deaths

Niagara

  • 16,056 total cases — up six from Sunday
  • 15,310 resolved cases
  • 335 active cases
  • 411 deaths
  • 30 in hospital

Brant

  • 3,368 total cases  — up two from Sunday
  • 3,302 resolved cases
  • 46 active cases
  • 20 deaths
  • 3 in hospital

Haldimand-Norfolk

  • 2,684 total cases
  • 2,601 resolved cases
  • 30 active cases
  • 47 deaths

Hospitals across the province are reporting 384 people admitted with COVID-19. There are 409 patients in intensive care units because of COVID-19 related illnesses with 268 of them on ventilators.

The province administered 135,574 COVID-19 vaccines on Sunday. Nearly 1.9 million n  people have received both required vaccine doses.

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Another 670 cases have been marked as resolved.