COVID-19

Province reports no new COVID deaths in previous two weeks

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting no new COVID deaths in the previous two weeks.

There were 16 new admissions to hospital during that period with two in critical care. The population is currently 22.1 per cent up to date on vaccinations.

Province reports seven new COVID deaths in two weeks

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting seven new COVID deaths in the previous two weeks.

There were 19 new hospitalizations Feb. 26-March 11 with four new admissions to critical care. The portion of the population considered fully vaccinated is now 22.3 per cent.

Province reports four new COVID deaths with 14 new hospitalizations in past two weeks

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting four new COVID deaths during the two-week period from Feb. 12 to Feb. 25.

There were 14 new hospitalizations during that timeframe with three new admissions to critical care. The portion of the population considered fully vaccinated is now at 22.5 per cent.

Province reports six COVID deaths with 21 hospitalizations in previous two weeks

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting six new COVID deaths from Jan. 29 to Feb. 11.

There were 21 new hospitalizations during that period with one new admission to critical care. Only 23.2 per cent of the population is up-to-date on COVID vaccinations. “Up-to-date” is defined the the percentage of the total population who have either received a booster or completed a primary series (2 doses) within the last 6 months.

Province reports seven COVID deaths with 14 hospitalizations in previous two weeks

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting seven new COVID deaths in the last two weeks.

There were 14 new hospitalizations from Jan. 15-28 with two new admissions to critical care. Only 23.7 per cent of the population is considered up to date on their COVID vaccinaitons.

Province reports two new COVID deaths, 25 new hospitalizations in first two weeks of 2023

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting two new COVID deaths for the first two weeks of 2023 from Jan. 1 to Jan. 14.

There were 25 new hospitalizations during that period with three new admissions to critical care. Only 24.2 per cent of the province’s population is up to date on COVID vaccinations. “Up to date” is defined as anyone who has received a booster shot or received their first two doses within the last six months.

Province reports four COVID deaths over two weeks, with 24.1 per cent ‘up-to-date’ on vaccinations

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting four COVID deaths over the past two weeks. There were 35 new hospitalizations during that time period with five of them in critical care.

The province also updated the way it reports COVID vaccination rates, with 24.1 per cent of the population “up-to-date.” Up to date is defined as the percentage of the total population that has received either a booster shot or completed a primary series (two doses) within the last six months.

Province reports six COVID deaths with 19 in hospital, two in ICU

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting six new COVID deaths in the past week.

There are currently 19 people in hospital with two of them in critical care. Last week, there were six COVID deaths with 11 in hospital and four in critical care.

Medical researchers concerned about low uptake for COVID booster shots

The province is reporting six new covid deaths this week. It has been a challenging season for illnesses, with multiple respiratory viruses making the rounds.

Now, a national group of medical researchers is taking a closer look at booster shot uptake, and are expressing concerns about how few people are rolling up their sleeves. NTV’s Jodi Cooke has this report.

Province reports six COVID deaths with 11 in hospital, four in ICU

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting six new COVID deaths in the past week.

There are 11 people in critical hospital with four of them in critical care. The number of deaths has increased since from one last week, while the number of people in hospital has decreased from 15 last week.

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