Ontario reported 190 new COVID cases Wednesday morning, which represents a 0.6 per cent increase over the day prior when the province recorded 184 new infections. “While a slight uptick over yesterday, there’s still plenty of good news, including a considerable increase in resolved cases, with 353 more today,” Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott said in a tweet. Recoveries have exceeded new cases for nine straight days.
For the fourth day in a row, Ontario is reporting fewer than 200 cases, with 190 new cases of #COVID19 or a 0.6% increase. While a slight uptick over yesterday, there’s still plenty of good news, including a considerable increase in resolved cases, with 353 more today. Today’s report brings the province’s total number of cases to 32,744, including 27,784 resolved cases and 2,550 deaths, 12 of which occurred since Tuesday.
Of the 34 public health units across Ontario, only five regions reported more than five new cases of COVID-19.
The majority of the new cases were reported in Toronto, Peel and Windsor, all of which remain in Stage 1 of the province’s plan to reopen.