COVID-19 kills 7 more New Brunswickers, death toll nears 600 – CBC

Province reports 33 COVID hospitalizations, Horizon and Vitalité report 146 people with COVID hospitalized

Nov 08, 2022

COVID-19 has killed seven more New Brunswickers, raising the pandemic death toll to nearly 600, the latest weekly figures show.

A person in their 50s, one in their 70s, two in their 80s, and three 90 or older died from COVID between Oct. 30 and Nov. 5, according to the province’s COVIDWatch report.

The virus has now claimed 599 lives since the beginning of the pandemic.

COVID deaths across Canada have decreased over the last few weeks, “however data may be subject to a reporting lag,” the report notes. “Global deaths have decreased since the previous week.”

New Brunswick reported seven COVID deaths last week and nine the previous week.

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