Health officials announce 365 new coronavirus cases in Ontario

Sep 20 2020, 3:40 pm

Health officials reported 365 confirmed new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday morning, a slight drop from the surge in numbers seen on Friday and Saturday.

There is one new reported death and 191 resolved cases since the previous report.

The Government of Ontario is also reporting 113 cases in Toronto, 108 in Peel, and 38 in York.

Friday saw 401 coronavirus cases reported while Saturday saw 407 new cases, marking the highest numbers seen since the start of June.

Health Minister Christine Elliott tweeted that Ontario had once again set a record number for tests completed, noting that the province is continuing to “expand lab capacity.”

She added that of the 365 new cases, 69% included people under the age of 40.

To date, there has been a total of 46,849 cases, with 40,368 cases resolved and 2,827 reported deaths.

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