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Lowest Number of new COVID cases in two months

Ontario recorded 243 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, the lowest number of new infections since late March. The news comes after the ministry of health reported more than 400 cases on both Saturday and Sunday, though those numbers were skewed due to delays in lab reporting. There were 24 deaths reported  yesterday.

In total, out of 30,860 confirmed cases of COVID 24,492 have been  resolved representing 79.4%–a percentage that continues to creep up.

There are currently 603 patients in hospital, down from the 635 reported a day earlier. Of those 603 patients, 118 are being treated an intensive care unit, and 81 are on respirators.

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