N.B. reports 2 more COVID-19 deaths, 75 new cases – New Brunswick

New Brunswick introduced that two individuals have died in Zone 1 (Moncton area) attributable to COVID-19. This brings the full variety of COVID-19-related deaths within the province to 68.

The individuals who died embrace an individual of their 80s and one other of their 90s.

The province additionally reported 75 new instances of COVID-19 Monday and 65 recoveries. The variety of energetic instances is 767.

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Of the brand new instances, 48 or 64 per cent are unvaccinated, 5 or seven per cent are partially vaccinated and 22 or 29 per cent are absolutely vaccinated.

There are 49 individuals hospitalized as a result of virus, with 21 in an intensive care unit. Nobody beneath the age of 19 is at the moment hospitalized.

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Of these at the moment in hospital, 38 are unvaccinated, three are partially vaccinated and eight are absolutely vaccinated.

As of Monday, 80.6 per cent of eligible New Brunswickers are absolutely vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 and 89.5 per cent have obtained their first dose of a vaccine.

Confirmed instances in colleges and child-care services

The Division of Schooling and Early Childhood Growth mentioned it’s working with public well being to develop “new approaches” to deal with the latest impression COVID-19 has had on colleges, together with wider use of fast testing.

The division can have extra data to share on this within the coming days.


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Constructive instances have been confirmed in colleges and child-care services in zones 1 (Moncton area), 2 (Saint John area), 3 (Fredericton area), 4 (Edmundston area), 5 (Campbellton area) and 6 (Bathurst area) since Friday, Oct. 1.

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Public well being supplied a listing of the faculties affected:

  • Zone 1 (Moncton area) – A case was confirmed on the following colleges: École l’Odyssée; Queen Elizabeth College; Forest Glen College; Hillsborough Elementary, all situated in Moncton and École Notre-Dame. A brand new case or instances have been confirmed on the following beforehand impacted colleges: Beaverbrook College; Edith Cavell College; Birchmount College; Harrison Trimble Excessive College, Moncton Excessive College; all situated in Moncton and Riverview East College. A case or instances have additionally been confirmed on the following early studying and child-care services: Nation Children Day Care in Riverview; Le Garoussi in Moncton; Garderie Univers d’enfants II in Moncton; Institut Apprenti-Sage in Dieppe; and Membership Ste-Thérèse 2 in Dieppe.
  • Zone 2 (Saint John area) – A case was confirmed on the following colleges: Fairvale Elementary College in Rothesay; and Simonds Excessive College and Forest Hill College, each situated in Saint John. A brand new case has been confirmed at Sussex Elementary College, which was beforehand impacted. A case or instances have additionally been confirmed on the following early studying and child-care services: Janie’s Child Zone in Quispamsis; and Garderie au Bourgeonnet and Garderie à petits pas, each situated in Saint John.
  • Zone 3 (Fredericton area) – A case was confirmed at École Arc-en-Ciel in Oromocto. A brand new case or instances have been confirmed on the following beforehand impacted colleges: Donald Fraser Memorial College in Plaster Rock and Townsview College in Woodstock.
  • Zone 4 (Edmundston area) – A brand new case or instances have been confirmed on the following colleges, which had been beforehand impacted: École Mgr-Martin in Saint-Quentin, École Marie-Gaétane in Kedgwick and École Élémentaire Sacré-Cœur in Grand Falls. A case or instances have been confirmed on the following early studying and child-care services: CPE Les Poussins in Clair; Garderie les Ribambelles en folies in Saint-Léonard and Garderie les Ptits amis de Amy in Grand Falls. A brand new case has additionally been confirmed at Centre Éducatif Les petits pas in Saint-Quentin, which was beforehand impacted.
  • Zone 5 (Campbellton area) – A case was confirmed at École aux Quatre Vents in Dalhousie. A brand new constructive case was confirmed at Dalhousie Regional Excessive College, which was beforehand impacted. A brand new case has additionally been confirmed at Garderie Dragon Day Care in Atholville which was beforehand impacted.
  • Zone 6 (Bathurst area) – A case was confirmed at École François-Xavier Daigle in Allardville.

Since Sept. 7, 74 colleges and 40 early studying and child-care services have had confirmed instances of COVID-19.





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