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Health unit reports 32 new COVID cases in region — none in Orillia

Most of today's new cases are in southern Simcoe County, including New Tecumseth (6), Bradford (6), and Innisfil (5)

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit has reported 32 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths today (June 3). 

There are currently 304 cases in the region still active.

Since the start of the pandemic, the local health unit has confirmed 11,985 cases of COVID-19, with 11,013 of those cases recovered and 246 cases ending in death.

There are 25 people from Simcoe County and none from Muskoka District hospitalized with COVID-19.

The health unit has reported a total of 4,649 variant strain cases, with 193 of those still active. 

The health unit says 331,491  (54.8 per cent) of the total population of Simcoe-Muskoka residents have received their first dose of vaccination against COVID-19. Of those, 40,474  people 6.7 per cent of the population) have also received a second dose. 

For information on the ongoing outbreaks in the region, click here

The new cases reported in Simcoe County and Muskoka District today include (case transmission is under investigation unless otherwise specified). 

  • Collingwood (0): Zero new cases reported
  • Wasaga Beach (0): Zero new cases reported
  • Clearview (1): One person between the age of 45 and 64.
  • Springwater (0): Zero new cases.
  • Barrie (4): Three people between the ages of 18 and 34 and one person between the ages of 45 and 64. Two cases were community acquired.
  • Innisfil (5): One person under the age of 18, two people between 18 and 34, one person between 35 and 44years old and one person between 45 and 46. One is community acquired and four are from close contact.
  • Bradford (6): Three people under the age of 18, one person between 18 and 34 and two people between 45 and 64 years old. One is outbreak related, one was community acquired three were from close contact and 
  • Orillia (0): Zero new cases reported
  • Tiny (0): Zero new cases. 
  • Essa (1): One person between 45 and 64 years of age. The case is outbreak-related. 
  • New Tecumseth (6): Two people between the ages of 18 and 34, three people ages 46 to 64 and one person over the age of 80. Three were community acquired, two from close contact and one is outbreak related. 
  • Midland (0): Zero new cases. 
  • Tay (0): Zero new cases. 
  • Severn (0): Zero new cases. 
  • Penetanguishene (0): Zero new cases. 
  • Adjala-Tosorontio (1): One person between the ages of 45 and 64. The case was community acquired. 
  • Ramara (0): Zero new cases. 
  • Oro-Medonte (0): Zero new cases.

The health unit does sometimes remove a case or move them based on further investigation of location data. The chart below reflects updated totals for each municipality as reported by the health unit on June 3.

 

Municipality

Total cases**

Recoveries

Deaths

In Hospital

Last case reported

Weekly incidence rate***

 

% of pop. with one dose of vaccine

Barrie

4,005

3,650

118

7

June 2

50

 

50.6%

Bradford W-G

2,039

1,884

37

5

June 2

71

 

54.9%

New Tecumseth 

1,476

1,373

18

3

June 2

50

 

50.6%

Innisfil

1,186

1,081

16

5

June 2

78

 

51.6%

Orillia

297

259

8

2

June 1

24

 

60.8%

Collingwood

233

215

3

0

May 29

24

 

64.5%

Wasaga Beach

251

229

5

0

June 1

N/A

 

62.5%

Clearview

130

116

4

1

June 2

N/A

 

50.6%

Springwater

275

261

2

0

May 30

23

 

59.6%

Midland

196

181

6

0

May 29

N/A

 

62.1%

Oro-Medonte

203

190

5

0

June 1

0

 

65.9%

Adj-Tosorontio

203

187

1

1

June 2

N/A

 

43.7%

Essa

461

430

4

1

June 2

N/A

 

42.7%

Ramara

97

92

0

0

June 1

N/A

 

44.4%

Tiny

131

121

2

0

May 26

N/A

 

57.5%

Tay

112

105

2

0

May 28

N/A

 

63.7%

Penetanguishene

172

158

8

0

May 19

0

 

66.1%

Severn

76

71

2

0

June 1

N/A

 

44.4%

*Cumulative incidence rate is the number of cases per 100,000 people reported to date

**Total cases include the number of cases currently recovering at home as well as any that have recovered, died, or are in hospital

***Weekly incidence rate is the number of cases per 100,000 people reported for the week of May 23. Where municipalities have had low or no weekly increase, no rate is included