Ontario is reporting 3,436 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. The provincial total now stands at 473,901.
Monday’s case number is lower than Sunday’s, which saw 3,732 new infections. On Saturday, 3,369 new cases were registered.
As of monday Report good, 985 cases were reported in Toronto, 714 in the Peel area, 351 in the York area, 271 in the Durham area and 194 in Hamilton.
All other local public health units reported fewer than 175 new cases in the provincial report.
The death toll in the state has risen to 8,118 as 16 more deaths were recorded.
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Meanwhile, 428,786 Ontario residents were reported to have recovered from COVID-19, about 90 percent of known cases. The cases settled since the previous days increased by 3,623. There were more resolved cases on Monday than new ones.
Ontario reported that 2,350 people have been hospitalized with COVID-19 (up to 15 from the previous day), with 806 patients (up to 16) in intensive care units and 588 patients in ICUs with ventilators (up from 22) Is at a high level with. .
The active cases in Ontario are now 36,997 – down from the previous day when it was at 37,200, and down from April 26 when it was 40,586. In January, the number of active cases at the peak of the second wave coronovirus was above 30,000.
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The government said that 33,179 tests were processed in the last 24 hours. There is currently a backlog of 15,119 trials awaiting results. A total of 14,231,121 trials have been completed since the onset of the epidemic.
Test positives were 9.7 percent on Monday. This figure is at 8.5 percent since Sunday, but is down from the previous week when it was 10.9 percent.
A total of 5,378,249 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been given until 8 pm on Sunday. This marked an increase of 53,880 vaccines on the last day. 375,905 people have been fully vaccinated with two doses.
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