Hamilton recorded 145 new COVID-19 instances and 4 new outbreaks Saturday.
In the meantime, town’s test positivity rate — the proportion of checks coming again optimistic within the final seven days — hit one other record-high of 12.6 per cent, up from 12.2 per cent Friday. The earlier report of 11.3 per cent was reported April 28.
There are 41 lively outbreaks throughout town.
The 4 outbreaks reported Saturday embrace Fortinos on Higher Centennial Parkway South with 4 workers instances, Buyers Drug Mart on Freeway 8 with two workers instances and Go Scorching Water on Ottawa Avenue North with two workers instances.
One other new outbreak is at Freshfhiit Athletic on Higher James Avenue, the place one workers member and one patron/attendee have examined optimistic for novel coronavirus.
The supply of the instances on the west Mountain fitness center is unclear.
All gyms in Ontario have been closed since April 7 amid the stay-at-home order.
Town’s largest outbreak on the Rebecca Towers residence constructing, positioned at 235 Rebecca St., grew by seven instances Saturday.
A complete of 75 folks have examined optimistic on the 165-unit, 17-storey highrise, the place tenants on Friday criticized public health for not informing them earlier of the outbreak that has additionally left one particular person useless.
Public well being added one other dying to an outbreak within the surgical unit at Jurvanski Hopsital, the place two folks have died and 10 have been contaminated since April 30.
In the meantime, town’s seven day common of latest instances is 150, a slight drop from the 155 reported Friday.