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January 6: Daily COVID Update
kawarthaNOW.com, 6 Jan 2021
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January 6: Daily COVID Update

The health unit provides reports from Monday to Saturday, excluding statutory holidays. Confirmed positive: 595, including 285 in Kawartha Lakes, 275 in Northumberland, and 35 in Haliburton (increase of 11, including 9 in Kawartha Lakes and 2 in Northumberland) *Active cases: 72, including 34 in Kawartha Lakes, 32 in Northumberland, and 6 in Haliburton (net decrease of 7) Probable cases: 3, including 1 in Kawartha Lakes and 2 in Northumberland (increase of 1 in Kawartha Lakes) High-risk contacts: 147, including 45 in Kawartha Lakes, 68 in Northumberland, and 4 in Haliburton (net decrease of 14) **Hospitalizations (total to date): 25, including 16 in Kawartha Lakes, 8 in Northumberland, and 1 in Haliburton (no change) ***Deaths: 35 (no change) Resolved: 500, including 231 in Kawartha Lakes, 240 in Northumberland, 29 in Haliburton (increase of 18, including 8 in Kawartha Lakes and 10 in Northumberland) Institutional outbreaks: Christian Horizons group home in Northumberland, Hope St.Terrace long-term care home in Port Hope (no change) *The health unit states that total counts and counts for individual counties may fluctuate from previously reported counts as cases are transferred to or from the health unit based on case investigation details and routine data cleaning. **This total includes 30 high-risk contacts directly followed up through the Public Health Ontario contact tracing process that are missing the contacts’ county. **As of January 6, Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay reports 3 patients are hospitalized with COVID-19.