Ontario reports 415 new COVID-19 cases, over half from reporting delay

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TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 415 new COVID-19 cases today, and 19 more deaths.

More than half of the new cases are from a previous reporting delay between a lab and public health.

The province says that there are 192 cases today plus another 223 that had been delayed.

The new cases bring the provincial total to 30,617, including 2,426 deaths and 24,252 cases that have been resolved.

Ontario completed 19,374 tests in the previous day — shy of its goal of doing 20,000 per day, though weekends often see fewer tests.

The number of people in hospital dropped from 673 to 635, while there was no change in the number of people in intensive care. Five fewer people are on ventilators today.

 

16 COMMENTS

  1. Why is cp24 reporting 243 new cases and you are not.
    Get Algoma public health to get there act together .
    Obviously this is all a game .
    I don’t believe them anymore.
    Those numbers control our destiny and there proven liars

  2. When are the 215+ That had a reporting delay from? This matters? And as far as 5 less people on ventillators…is that due to people dying? I ask this because the doctors are always saying your chances of survival after being put on a respirator are very slim. I just wonder why they need to list all this info as it really doesn’t help us. New cases used to, but combining them with cases that were reported late seems as if once again our Government is hiding something.

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