Canada COVID-19

46% in Ontario’s hospital with COVID were admitted for other reasons

Province starting to differentiate between those admitted with covid and those tested positive

ONTARIO – Data indicates that 46 per cent of people currently in Ontario hospitals with covid were admitted for reasons other than the virus.

The Ontario government released the data and said it would start differentiating between those who were admitted for covid related illness and incidental admissions.

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“We are updating Ontario’s public reporting to distinguish patients hospitalized due to #COVID19 from those admitted for other reasons with COVID-19,” Health Minister Christine Elliott tweeted Tuesday.

There are currently 3,220 people in hospital with covid but almost half of them (46 per cent) were admitted for other reasons and subsequently tested positive for covid. 

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