58 new COVID-19 instances in Ottawa, some Elgin Road eating places shut

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There are 575 lively instances in Ottawa, 16 of them hospitalized and three in intensive care.

There are additionally 20 ongoing outbreaks in Ottawa health-care establishments and 19 in colleges and child-care centres.

Public Well being Ontario, in the meantime, reported three new instances Sunday within the Jap Ontario Well being Unit; one new case in Hastings Prince Edward Public Well being; and three new instances via Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Well being. Renfrew County and District Well being Unit reported no new instances Sunday, whereas Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Well being Unit reported a lower of 1, from 379 instances to 378.

Total, the Ontario authorities reported 491 new instances of COVID-19 Sunday — the very best every day whole within the province since early Might — and two new deaths, bringing the provincial whole to 49,831 constructive instances and a pair of,839 deaths.

Moreover, there are 112 sufferers hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ontario, 28 in intensive care and 16 on ventilators.

The scenario was worse in Quebec, which reported 896 new instances on Sunday, together with 14 new instances within the Outaouais. There have been 71,901 instances in Quebec, and 1,251 within the Outaouais. Quebec additionally reported two new deaths on Sunday, for a complete of 5,825.

Two-hundred and sixteen persons are hospitalized within the province, 41 in intensive care.


58 New instances
four,063 Complete instances
1 New deaths
281 Complete deaths
575 Energetic instances
16 Hospitalized
three In ICU
three,207 Circumstances resolved

491 New instances
49,831 Complete instances
2 New deaths
2,839 Complete deaths
112 Hospitalized
28 In ICU
42,796 Circumstances resolved


OTTAWA -- September 27, 2020 -- Some Elgin Street patios were still open, Sunday, September 27, 2020.  ASHLEY FRASER, POSTMEDIA
Some Elgin Road patios have been nonetheless open, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020. ASHLEY FRASER, POSTMEDIA Photograph by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia