Ontario Community Newspapers
April 7, 2021: Daily COVID Update
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Description
Creator
kawarthaNOW, Publisher
Media Type
Text
Newspaper
Item Type
Articles
Description
On the same day Ontario declared its third state of emergency and a month-long stay-at-home order, the province is reporting 3,215 new COVID-19 cases, with the seven-day average of daily cases increasing by 126 to 2,988. There are 126 more confirmed cases of the B.1.1.7 UK variant, 1 more case of the B.1.351 South Africa variant, and 14 more cases of the P.1 Brazilian variant. There is another large increase in hospitalizations, with a small decrease in ICU admissions and an even smaller increase in ventilated patients. New cases in schools and child care settings have spiked
Publisher
kawarthaNOW
Place of Publication
Kawartha Lakes, ON
Date of Publication
7 Apr 2021
Date Of Event
07 Apr 2021
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Copyright Statement
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Contact
Kawartha Lakes Public Library
Email:lindsaylibrary@kawarthalakeslibrary.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:
190 Kent St W.
Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6
(705) 324-9411 extension 1268
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April 7, 2021: Daily COVID Update


On the same day Ontario declared its third state of emergency and a month-long stay-at-home order, the province is reporting 3,215 new COVID-19 cases, with the seven-day average of daily cases increasing by 126 to 2,988. There are 126 more confirmed cases of the B.1.1.7 UK variant, 1 more case of the B.1.351 South Africa variant, and 14 more cases of the P.1 Brazilian variant. There is another large increase in hospitalizations, with a small decrease in ICU admissions and an even smaller increase in ventilated patients. New cases in schools and child care settings have spiked