COVID numbers remain stable in Ottawa – CBC

7 more COVID deaths since Friday, mostly outside of Ottawa

Mar 07, 2023

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After a concerning rise in trends around the end of 2022, Ottawa Public Health (OPH)’s tone started being more encouraging around the middle of January.

The situation has generally been alright since, with any increasing indicators balanced off by a drop or plateau.

OPH currently says COVID-19 indicators remain generally stable at moderate to very high levels.

Experts strongly 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 and flu vaccines can also help protect vulnerable people.

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


Data from the research team shows the average coronavirus wastewater level is stable as of the most recent data on March 2.

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