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48 new COVID-19 cases in Ottawa, while local active case number continues to drop

The City of Ottawa has now administered 23,883 of the 25,350 COVID-19 vaccines it's received.

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is reporting 48 new cases of COVID-19 in the city, as the number of active cases in the community continues to fall.

The public health unit knows of 869 active cases, as of Monday, January 25. That number was up to 1,232 the previous Monday.

OPH says is not reporting any new deaths, meaning Ottawa's pandemic death toll remains at 419.

There are still 34 people in local hospitals with COVID-19 -- eight of whom are in intensive care.

According to OPH, 34 healthcare institutions continue to deal with outbreaks of the novel coronavirus, as well as six childcare centres. Health officials are also monitoring seven community outbreaks, all linked to workplaces.

There have been 12,977 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa since March of 2020, of which 11,689 have been resolved.

The City of Ottawa has administered 23,883 of the 25,350 COVID-19 vaccines it's received, to date.

Ontario is reporting 1,958 new cases of COVID-19, Monday, including 11 in the Eastern Ontario Health Unit, two in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark, and none in Renfrew County.

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