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Lowest number of new COVID cases in three months

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario continues to trend downward with 161 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed today, down from the 175 that were reported one day earlier. This marks the lowest number of new cases since March 29. In a tweet Health Minister Christine Elliott said, “For the eight time in the past nine days, Ontario is reporting fewer than 200 cases,” “With 214 more resolved, there are 53 fewer active cases in the province as the persistent decrease in active cases continues.” The number of deaths was also the lowest in months with 3 dying of the virus.Nearly 22,000 tests were processed over the past 24 hours, down slightly from the more than 23,000 test that were completed one day prior. Elliott said virus-related hospitalizations are continuing to decline with 21 fewer patients receiving care in hospitals.

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