Ontario’s COVID-19 new caseload stays above 200 for third straight day


Ontario reported 204 new COVID-19 instances and one new dying on Sunday, marking the third straight day new case development got here in above 200 instances.

“Domestically, 27 public well being models are reporting 5 or fewer instances, with 16 reporting no new instances,” Well being Minister Christine Elliott wrote on Twitter. “Toronto is reporting 63 instances with 47 in Ottawa and 35 in Peel.”

Ontario reported 232 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, 213 on Friday and 170 on Thursday.

Provincial labs processed 31,000 checks, indicating a positivity fee of about zero.65 per cent.

Elliott stated 64 per cent of latest instances are in individuals underneath the age of 40.