Niagara's COVID-19 death toll now sits at 458.
Another person has died of COVID-19 in Niagara.
Public Health has confirmed one death, along with 289 new cases.
The COVID-19 death toll in the region is now at 458.
Niagara Health reports 148 patients with the virus, 99 of which are being treated primarily for COVID-19.
In the ICU, there are 29 patients with COVID-19, thirteen of which are unvaccinated.
Throughout Niagara, there are 5,047 active cases, including 1,502 in St. Catharines and 1,085 in Niagara Falls.
Two new outbreaks have been declared, including one at Pioneer Elder Care - St. Helena in St. Catharines, bringing the active outbreak count to 59.
More than 947,000 vaccinations have been administered to Niagara residents.
About 86 percent of residents aged five and older have one dose and 80.8 percent have two.
A full breakdown can be found here.