The Province of Ontario confirmed there are 119 new known COVID-19 cases on Monday morning, with one death.
Wednesday, July 15, saw 102 new cases, which was the lowest since March 25.
According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, 30 of Ontario’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 16 of them reporting no new cases. Windsor-Essex is reporting 40 new cases with another 28 in Ottawa.
Age seems to be playing a factor, according to the deputy premier, as “76 of today’s cases, or 64%, are under the age of 40.”
She also said that nearly 25,000 tests were processed over the reporting period. The province has now processed over two million tests since the pandemic started.
Today, Ontario is reporting 119 cases of #COVID19, a 0.3% increase. Locally, 30 of the province’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 16 of them reporting no new cases. Windsor-Essex is reporting 40 new cases with another 28 in Ottawa.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) July 27, 2020
In long-term care homes, there was a drop by one in total cases among residents, leaving 5,884 still active, with no new deaths reported.
Of 38,799 total cases in Ontario 34,461 are considered resolved, with 102 added since Sunday. There has also been a total of 2,764 deaths in the province.
On Friday seven more regions entered Stage 3, which means people can go to bars, dine-in at restaurants, attend gyms and see live shows.
At this time, Toronto, Peel and Windsor-Essex remain in Stage 2 of the province’s reopening.