Ontario reports 251 new COVID-19 cases, 11 more deaths


TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 251 new COVID-19 cases today, and 11 more deaths.

That brings the province to a total of 31,341 cases, including 2,475 deaths and 25,380 resolved cases — 551 more than the previous day.

The uptick in resolved cases means there are 300 fewer active cases over the previous day, and today marks the first day the percentage of resolved cases in the province is over 80.

Health Minister Christine Elliott says in a tweet that 59 of today’s new cases are related to an outbreak in southwestern Ontario and the “vast majority” of the others are in the Greater Toronto Area.

Most regions of the province outside of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area as well as some border communities are set to enter Stage 2 of reopening on Friday.

The number of people in hospital with COVID-19 continued to steadily decline, from 600 the previous day to 580 today — the lowest number since early April.


  1. Time to get a new script Ford, here’s a novel thought try stressing the positives for a change . I know it’s in fashion to only stress negatives to keep the fear & hype alive and well, but many of us are getting sick and tired of it.

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