Ontario reports less than 3,000 COVID-19 cases for first time in a month
Ontario reported less than 3,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time in more than one month on Tuesday, alongside 25 deaths and continued low testing numbers.
Whenever the number is lower, they never want to put it in the headline...
When is #CP24 #BREAKING going to figure out that more important than the number is the positivity rate which is still close to 10%. Any explanation on why testing numbers continue to be so low ?
Lockdowns credited for the heavy lifting of seasonality and development of herd immunity in many regions by vaccine and natural infection.
With only 33000 tested though .. you shouldn’t leave this part out. 9.1%
This isn’t good news the positivity rate is at 9%. If you process less test you’re gonna get lower numbers. The positivity rate is the key factor here if you processed 45,000 tests you probably would’ve had almost 4000 cases.
Not to sound callous, but less than 9,000 people (mostly LTC, elderly) have died in a province of 15 million people. Is locking down the province really worth it? We're talking 0.06% of the population in 14 months.
Yeah it’s called spring. Happens every year. We’ll enjoy summer and watch cold and flu cases rise in the fall again and they’ll just call it something else again. 😂
This is irresponsible journalism. They only did 33k tests. Still over 9% positivity rate....nothing to celebrate @cp24
Out of curiosity, why don’t you ever report the daily number of vaccines being administered? That would be good to know.
Good. Open up. Rescind all "health orders" Get kids back to school and people back to work.
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