Ontario reports 211 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths


TORONTO — Ontario reported another 211 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total number of cases to 1,355.

It’s the largest single-day spike in cases so far.

The province says two more people died from the virus, bringing the death toll to 21.

Two of the deaths have not been confirmed by a lab to be from COVID-19.

Ontario continues to make progress on its backlog of tests and reported about 7,100 tests under investigation as of Sunday morning, compared to 8,700 on Saturday evening.

Medical officials are set to update the province on the fight against COVID-19 later Sunday afternoon.


  1. When are people going to get it,and keep their asses home unless they are the essential workers.
    Sad to say but, thinking canada will have to have stricter rules for a mandatory lock down.

  2. When giving out all the bad details can you try to balance it with data on all the people recovered please, if you have that information available thanks.

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