OTTAWA – Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is confirming new cases of COVID-19 at Cité Parkway Retirement Residence and the Montfort Hospital’s intensive care unit, and virus has claimed another Ottawa resident.
OPH says 33 new cases of the virus have been confirmed in Ottawa today (April 14), and one more death. Those figures bring the overall totals to 619 confirmed positive cases and 12 dead in the city.
The number of people in hospital with COVID-19 is 42, while 16 are in intensive care.
Ottawa’s number of cases resolved is also growing now at 217, which makes up 35 per cent of all confirmed local cases.
The new institutional outbreaks add to what has become a growing list of Ottawa long-term care homes, retirement residences and hospitals including:
- The Ottawa Hospital’s (TOH) General Campus (5 West and BMT units)
- The Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus (A Five, B Five, and AMA units)
- Montfort Hospital (3C, Ancillary staff, ICU)
- The Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities – Settlers Ridge (facility wide)
- Maplewood Retiremenet Community (facility wide)
- Garden Terrace (facility wide)
- Promenade Retirement Residence (facility wide)
- Villa Marconi (facility wide)
- Manoir Marochel (facility wide)
- Carlingview Manor (facility wide)
- Madonna Care Community (facility wide)
- Montfort Long-Term Care Centre (facility wide)
- Waterford Retirement (facility wide)
- Cité Parkway Retirement Residence (facility wide)
Ontario reported 421 new COVID-19 cases Monday (April 13) and 17 new deaths.
That brings the province to a total of 7,470 cases, including 291 deaths and 3,357 cases that have been resolved.