The COVID-19 picture in Ottawa remains stable as the temperature rises – CBC

Individual trend levels range from low to very high

Apr 11, 2023

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Ottawa Public Health (OPH) said in its latest overview the city’s COVID-19 picture is generally stable at levels ranging from low to very high.

Overall, indicators have remained stable or have dropped for nearly three months.

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.


Data from the research team shows the average coronavirus wastewater level was stable for nearly a week as of the last update April 5. In that last update, the average jumped to its highest point in nearly three months.

OPH considers this level to be very high.

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