The province has confirmed 170 COVID-19 cases for Thursday morning, marking the ninth straight day cases have been above 100.
There has been one reported death today with a total of 142 cases resolved from the previous day.
According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, 28 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 14 reporting no new cases.
“There are 55 cases in Toronto today, with 28 in York, 22 in Peel and 12 in Ottawa,” she added.
Today, Ontario is reporting 170 cases of #COVID19 as the province completed nearly 25,000 tests. Locally, 28 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 14 reporting no new cases. There are 55 cases in Toronto today, with 28 in York, 22 in Peel and 12 in Ottawa.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) September 10, 2020
Also, 25,000 tests were processed from the previous day.
Elliot also noted that, “hospitalizations, ICU admissions and vented patients all continue to remain essentially stable.”
The cases follow more than a week that has seen daily totals stay over 100 including Wednesday’s 149, Tuesday’s 185, Monday’s 190 — the most cases since July 24 — Sunday’s 158, Saturday’s 169, Friday’s 148, Thursday’s 132, and Wednesday’s 133.
There has been a total of 43,855 coronavirus cases to date, with 39,474 resolved and 2,813 reported deaths.