Ontario reports over 3,000 cases of COVID-19 for Tuesday, April 6

Public Health Ontario is reporting over 3-thousand new cases of COVID-19. 3,065 new cases. Today’s report includes 1,976 recoveries and eight new deaths. None of the people who passed away were residents of long-term-care facilities.

Meanwhile, Public Health Sudbury and Districts is reporting 27 new cases of COVID-19. Among the numbers there are also 18 recoveries. Among the case load, 12 cases have tested positive for variants of concerns.

Public Health Sudbury and district residents says that starting tomorrow, those 60 and older can begin booking appointments to get their COVID-19 vaccines. This change applies only to those public health jurisdictions that have signed on with the provincial booking system.

Elsewhere,

The North Bay Parry Sound district health unit is pushed back this weekend, with another 3,718 vaccines this weekend. Over 800 tests for COVID-19 were done. One case was deemed resolved. As of news time today, there are currently 11 active cases in the region, 8 in Nipissing and 3 in Parry Sound.