What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov. 23 – CBC

Key updates on COVID-19 in the region

Nov 23, 2021

What’s the latest?

Ontario and, without official notice, Quebec have opened COVID-19 vaccination appointments for children age five to 11.

How to book a COVID-19 vaccine for your child in Ottawa
Quebec Premier François Legault has a joint news conference today with Health Minister Christian Dubé at 5 p.m. ET. That province has also expanded its third dose eligibility to people age 70 to 74 as of Tuesday.

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) reported 31 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday and one more death. The city has 316 known active cases, another noticeable decline from from where it was last week.

The federal Liberal government starts its third term today with an early afternoon speech from the throne delivered by Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon. It’s expected to lay out the government’s vision for the pandemic’s late stages.

How many cases are there?

As of Tuesday, Ottawa has had 31,716 confirmed cases of COVID-19. There are 316 known active cases, while 30,785 cases are considered resolved and 615 people have died from the illness.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/covid19-ottawa-coronavirus-symptoms-information-november-23-2021-1.6258947

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