LGL HU – Daily COVID-19 data
The following information is issued Monday through Friday by the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit. This page also includes information from the Provincial Ministry of Health, the Upper Canada District School Board, and Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario.
Daily COVID-19 Update: Friday, April 16, 2021
The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District health unit reports the number of active cases of COVID-19 dropped by 13 to 120.
They say 12 cases were added to the running total, with 6 of those added in the past 24 hours.
Of the active cases there are 25 in Lanark East and 9 in Lanark West. In Leeds-Grenville there are 48 in the east, 25 in the central and 11 in the west. The location is unknown for one case.
There are now 10 people in hospital, an increase of 2 from yesterday. 4 are in the ICU and 2 are on ventilators.
Since the pandemic began there have been 1,485 cases in Lanark, Leeds and Grenville. 1,308 recoveries and the death toll remained at 57.
There is one outbreak in long-term care. It is at Rideau Ferry Country Home.
There remain no outbreaks in schools as they continue to be off for the spring break and will transition to learning from home when school resumes next week.
You can visit the Surveillance Dashboard for more detailed information by clicking here. It includes the regional map.
The Upper Canada District School Board reports the following outbreak(s):
Cases reported at other local UCDSB school(s):
Almonte District High School
Caldwell St. Public School, Carleton Place
Kemptville Public School
South Branch Elementary, Kemptville
Thousand Islands SS, Brockville
Central Board Office, Brockville
The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario reports the following outbreak(s):
Cases reported at other local CDSBEO Schools:
St. Gregory Catholic School, Carleton Place
St. John Catholic High School, Perth
Holy Cross Catholic School, Kemptville
St. Mary Catholic High School, Brockville
When a case is detected, the school boards work closely with the health unit to take measures to prevent the spread of the virus to others.
Parents are reminded to use the online screening tool each day to ensure your child is healthy enough to go to school.