Niagara Health understands the overwhelming concern with COVID-19 and its impact on the Niagara region and in response continues to make updates to the daily case update report.
Niagara Health reminds the community of the seriousness of this pandemic and encourages everyone to follow the directions of regional, provincial and federal healthcare experts. You can help limit the spread of COVID-19 by:
- Wearing a mask.
- Practising physical distancing.
- Cleaning your hands often.
- Staying home if you’re sick.
- Getting tested when appropriate.
Niagara Health: as of November 22, 9:45 a.m. *
|Status of COVID-19 Activity at Niagara Health||Number|
|Total patients tested||72,204|
|Total cases tested positive **||1,384|
|Total number of patients with COVID-19 admitted to date||157|
|Current number of admitted patients being treated for COVID-19||2|
* Results may differ from Niagara Region Public Health or the Ontario Ministry of Health due to timing of collection of the data.
**Confirmed cases only.
*** Niagara Health continues to report the deaths of patients who tested positive for COVID-19, however this does not mean COVID-19 was the cause of death.
Niagara Region Public Health publishes data on its website related to Niagara Health’s capacity.
You can find the latest data from Niagara Health, which is updated daily, and includes bed capacity, ICU capacity and ventilator use. Please note that this data also reflects activity at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital.