Ontario reports 122 new cases of COVID-19, six new deaths related to coronavirus


TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 122 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths related to the coronavirus.

The total number of cases now stands at 41,935, which includes 2,809 deaths and 38,023 cases marked as resolved.

There were 83 cases newly marked as resolved in today’s report.

The province says 61 people are currently in hospital with the virus and 18 are in intensive care.

It says 12 people are on ventilators.

The province was able to complete 31,823 tests in the previous day.


  1. This virus is going to be just like influenza. It has already mutated into different strains. Some are worse than others. Spain has pointed out that they had COVID-19 as far back as March of 2019 (not 2020). Google that if you don’t believe it.

    Masks do work when they are worn properly. But many people are holding family parties without concern for loved ones. They feel fine. They must be fine. Share the “health”.

    Airlines brought this here. They are keeping it going. International and domestic flights, ignoring the social distancing rules, are landing daily with COVID-19 on board. Where’s the accountability?

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