New COVID-19 circumstances in Ontario surpass 100 for second day in a row


For the second straight day, the variety of new COVID-19 infections in Ontario surpassed 100.

Ontario reported 124 new circumstances of the virus as we speak, down barely from the 134 reported at some point earlier.

With 89 new circumstances confirmed on Thursday, 76 on Wednesday, and 111 on Tuesday, the rolling five-day common of latest infections in Ontario now stands at 107, down from 160 one week in the past

Greater than 33,000 exams have been processed over the previous 24 hours, leading to a case positivity charge of zero.four per cent.

Practically 27,000 circumstances stay beneath investigation.

“Domestically, 28 of 34 public well being models are reporting 5 or fewer circumstances, with 16 of them reporting no new circumstances,” Ontario Well being Minister Christine Elliott stated in a tweet.

Peel Area noticed a notable spike in new circumstances with 33 reported over the previous 24 hours, greater than double the variety of new infections reported in Toronto (16).

Seventeen new circumstances have been reported in Ottawa and 16 have been confirmed in Windsor-Essex as we speak.

Folks beneath the age of 40 represented a little bit greater than 50 per cent of all new infections (66).

Two extra deaths have been reported on Saturday, bringing the full variety of virus-related deaths to 2,777.

The whole variety of lab-confirmed circumstances of COVID-19 in Ontario is now 39,333 however only one,319 are nonetheless thought of to be lively.

The variety of individuals hospitalized with the virus continues to drop within the province.

There are 73 individuals contaminated with COVID-19 receiving therapy in Ontario hospitals and of these, 27 are in intensive care and 12 are on ventilators.

The variety of lively outbreaks in long-term care properties rose to 35 on Saturday after one new outbreak was confirmed over the previous 24 hours.

New circumstances within the GTA:

Peel Area: 33

Toronto: 16:

York Area: 7

Halton: three

Durham: zero