There were 864 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Ontario on Thursday, most of which are presented in people who are not fully vaccinated or whose vaccine status is unclear.
Vaccination status is known in 798 cases known today:
There were 533, or 67 per cent, of those who were not vaccinated.
56, or seven per cent, had a single dose.
209, or 26 percent, had two doses.
The province’s raw data on the vaccination status of cases does not include breakdowns by age. That, and the important caveats to note is that the population of vaccinated and non-vaccinated people in Ontario varies greatly in both size and demographics.
Additional cases include 162 in Toronto, 122 in Peel, 78 in York, 64 in Ottawa, 53 in Hamilton, 50 in Windsor, 39 in London and 31 in the Halton area.
Here are some other important epidemiological indicators and statistics Daily Provincial Update of the Ministry of Health:
Tests have been completed in the last 24 hours: 34,365.
Regional Test Positive Rate: 2.4 per cent.
Active cases: 6,129.
Covid related diseases in the ICU: 191, 120 Ventilator required for breathing.
Deaths: Three, pushing the official number to 9,632.
Vaccines: 21,283,180 doses have been given so far. About 85 percent of Ontarians aged 12 years or older now receive at least one dose of the vaccine, while 78.5 percent have received two doses.