Ontario reports 476 new coronavirus cases, 48 more deaths

Apr 25 2020, 8:20 am

Ontario confirmed 476 more test-positive COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the province’s total case count to 13,995.

Over the last day, 48 more people also died from the virus. Ontario’s coronavirus death toll now sits at 811.

A little more than half of Ontario’s cases are considered resolved, with 7,509 people who have already recovered from their infections.

Slightly more women than men have been diagnosed with coronavirus infections, and middle aged people 40 to 59 years old continue to be the largest age cohort among test-positive patients.

Ontario covid data

In the last day, 19 more long-term care homes have reported coronavirus outbreaks. There are now 162 long-term care outbreaks in the province. A total of 470 residents/patients of long-term care facilities have died so far because of the virus.

Premier Doug Ford is making an announcement today about the coronavirus at 1 pm.