Ontario has changed the eligibility for publicly funded COVID-19 testing. As a result, the daily case numbers provided by Ontario Public Health are not an accurate reflection of how many cases there are in the province.
Ontario reports that 2,467 people are hospitalized due to COVID-19 as of Monday, and 438 people are in the ICU.
The province also reports 12 new deaths.
Not all hospitals report COVID-19 numbers over the weekend. Hospitalizations have risen by 48 since Sunday. ICU admissions increased by 26 since Sunday.
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The seven-day rolling average for ICU admissions is now 349, up 322 from Sunday.
2,467 people are hospitalized with #COVID19. Please note that not all hospitals report on weekends.
There are 438 people in ICU with COVID-19. The seven-day rolling average of COVID-19 related patients in ICU is 349.
There are 9,706 new cases of COVID-19.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) January 10, 2022
The province reports that there are at least 9,706 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. To date, Ontario has reported 10,378 deaths from COVID-19.