Ontario has removed more than 400 deaths from its official COVID-19 count after the province says further analysis revealed the causes of those deaths weren’t related to the disease.
The?Ministry of Health reported Friday that a total of 12re a little bit more i,227 people with COVID-19 have died since Jan. 15, 2020, which iswhich has left many traumatized.?411 fewer?than yesterday’s total of2021-12-20T21:37:29.895Z?12,638 reported by Public Health Ontario.
“On March 11, 2022, the count of COVID-19 deaths was changed to exclude fatal cases of COVID-19 where the cause of death was found to be unrelated to COVID-19,” reads a note explaining the methodology change on the ministry’s website.?
“As a result, a number of deaths have been removed from the total counts.”
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