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Most new COVID-19 in Ottawa cases among kids under nine years old, 20-year-olds

According to OPH's COVID-19 on Monday, there are also no new deaths.
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With 25 new COVID-19 cases reported in Ottawa, Ottawa’s daily new COVID-19 case count continues to hover in the lower double digits — a trend that has been consistent over the Labour Day long weekend.

This brings Ottawa’s total case count to 3,098. However, no new deaths have been reported, leaving the total tally so far to 267 as of Monday, according to Ottawa Public Health.

Ten people are currently in hospital, with one in the ICU. 

The number of cases that remain active are 211, which remains unchanged since Sunday.

Most new cases are being reporting among kids under the age of nine with four cases, and those between 20-29 also reporting four new cases.

This is followed by 10-19 year olds, 30-39 year olds, 40-49 year olds and 60-69 year olds, which are all reporting three new cases each.

Those in the 50-59 cohort are reporting two new cases as is the 70-79 cohort.

There is only one new case among the 90+.

There also continues to be 16 ongoing outbreaks in healthcare and childcare establishments — that’s two less than Sunday.

Ontario did not release a report for province-wide numbers Monday.

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