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Kingston’s total COVID-19 cases remain at 55, 44 cases now resolved

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The majority of Kingston’s COVID-19 cases have been resolved, according to new numbers from KFL&A Public Health’s website.

As of Monday, the region’s total stands at 55, the same number it was Sunday.

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Over the weekend, two new cases were identified in the Kingston region. Before that, COVID-19 case numbers hadn’t grown for almost a week, standing at 53.

In addition to Kingston’s recent plateau, most of the region’s cases — 44 as of Monday — are now resolved.

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There is currently one person hospitalized, and a total of 13 health-care workers in the region have caught the disease, although its unclear how many of them are now virus-free.

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