Ontario reports 111 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deaths


TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 111 new cases of COVID-19 today, and 3 more deaths.

That brings the province to a total of 34,316 cases, including 2,644 deaths and 29,754 resolved cases.

That’s an increase of 226 resolved cases over the previous day, continuing a trend of those growing more quickly than active cases.

The number of people in hospital with COVID-19 fell from 270 to 256.

The numbers of people in intensive care and on ventilators — 61 and 41, respectively — fell to their lowest levels since the province started publicly reporting those figures at the beginning of April.

The province completed 30,780 tests in the previous day.

Health Minister Christine Elliott says 28 of Ontario’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer new cases.

She says 19 of the health units are reporting no new cases at all.


  1. How can the gov say this is so highly contagious when we have had thousands of people protesting in Ottawa and Toronto along with other cities and our numbers are going down. These protesters were walking shoulder to shoulder some wore masks but most did not and they were touching everybody and everything. Who knows if they washed their hands all day. Our numbers should be spiking through the roof, but they are going down. Something stinks here, but the gov would never lie to us

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