Ontario reports over 600 new coronavirus cases, 288 in Toronto

Sep 30 2020, 2:35 pm

The Government of Ontario is reporting 625 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday morning, with Toronto reporting the most across the region.

There are four new deaths and 457 resolved cases.

Out of the new cases, 288 were reported in Toronto.

Peel region reported 97, Ottawa with 64, and 41 in York Region.

According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, “62% of today’s cases are in people under the age of 40.”

Monday has the highest new daily case numbers to date. On April 24, 640 cases were confirmed, but at the time just over 12,000 tests were completed.

Sunday saw over 41,100 tests completed.

Ontario’s new coronavirus cases have increased significantly in the last few days with Monday having the highest daily case numbers to date with 700 reported and Tuesday with 554.

Last weekend’s daily case increases were notable with Friday’s 409, Saturday’s 435, and Sunday’s 491.

To date, there have been a total of 51,710 cases, with 43,907 resolved and 2,848 reported deaths.

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