The Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (MSICU) in Toronto, as of Wednesday night, has zero COVID-19 patients for the first time since Mar. 26 2020.
"This is the first time the MSICU at Toronto General does not have any COVID Patient. We are very grateful for the extraordinary MSICU team," the University Health Network (UHN) posted on their social media sites.
"Thank you for your hard work. I feel like I’m going to cry now. Today, we are COVID-free," emotionally commented a staff member on a video posted with the statement.
Toronto General Hospital also announced that their remaining 100 patients are no longer considered to be infectious, according to CP24.
"We have over 100 patients in the hospital who are not infectious with COVID but are being cared for because they have acute needs related to having been infected with COVID. These patients are either in the ICUs or on the medical units," commented a spokesperson for Toronto General.
At the height of the pandemic, around 900 people were in ICUs across the province of Ontario. On Wednesday, that number had fallen dramatically to 377 people.
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