COVID-19 remains steady 3 years after pandemic began – CBC

Ottawa’s key numbers are stable or dropping

Mar 14, 2023

The latest
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) says COVID-19 indicators are generally stable at moderate to high levels, which has remained consistent for most of 2023.

Experts recommend people wear masks indoors and, in Ontario, in the days after having COVID symptoms. Staying home when sick and staying up to date with COVID vaccines can also help protect vulnerable people.

Non-COVID respiratory virus levels are generally low and/or seasonal.


Data from the research team shows the average coronavirus wastewater level is slowly dropping this month as of the most recent data on March 12.

The average is at its lowest point of 2023. OPH still considers this level to be high.

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