Key COVID-19 numbers in the Ottawa area today
Ottawa reports 25 more COVID-19 cases, with 19 more in the Outaouais
- Ottawa reported 25 more cases of COVID-19 Tuesday.
- Quebec reports 19 more cases in the Outaouais.
Today's Ottawa update
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) reported 25 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday and no deaths.
Numbers to watch
14: As of Sept. 3, the risk of COVID-19 infection for unvaccinated people, or those who received their first dose less than two weeks ago, is 14 times higher than the risk for fully vaccinated people.
1.26: The number of people infected by a single COVID-19 case, or R(t). The rate of spread is considered under control when the number is below one.
34.3: The overall weekly incidence rate, a rolling seven-day total of new COVID-19 cases expressed per 100,000 residents. It's back around levels last seen in early June.
9: The number of active COVID-19 outbreaks in Ottawa, mostly in child-care settings.
6: The number of Ottawa residents being treated for COVID-19 in an Ottawa hospital.
1: The number of those patients in an intensive care unit. Vaccines have helped keep hospital numbers from rising higher in the fourth wave.
9,676: The total number of suspected and confirmed variant cases in Ottawa. There is an average lag of three days in reporting these cases because of the work it needs in the laboratory.
536: The total number of confirmed delta variant cases in Ottawa.
259: The number of delta cases in Ottawa over the most recent 30 days with available data, up to Sept. 8.
303: The number of total variant cases in Ottawa over those 30 days.
Across the region
Quebec reported 19 more COVID-19 cases in the Outaouais in its Tuesday update.
Elsewhere in eastern Ontario:
- The Eastern Ontario Health Unit reports 11 more COVID-19 cases.
- The Belleville area's health unit reports six more cases. Twenty-five of its 29 active cases are unvaccinated people.
- Leeds, Grenville and Lanark reports four more cases.
- Renfrew County reports no more cases.
Quebec's vaccine passport for many non-essential public places is now in effect with a grace period until Wednesday.