For the second day in a row, Ontario has reported less than 200 new cases of the novel coronavirus. Specifically, health officials in the province said that 164 new cases were recorded. But the Ministry of Health included 80 cases from 2020 “due to a data review and clean-up,” increasing the total to 244 cases.
The rolling seven-day average continuous a decline as it now stands at 203, compared to 278 a week ago. The Ministry of Health processed 28,755 tests in the last 24-hour period, creating a positivity rate of 1.1 per cent. Hospitals in Ontario currently occupy 202 people receiving treatment for the virus.
The data and numbers used are found in the Ontario Ministry of Health’s COVID-10 Daily Epidemiology Summary. As a result, certain numbers of cases can differ in different regions because local units report their numbers at different times.
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