Ontario sets another record of new COVID-19 cases
Ontario has reported another 1,581 new cases of COVID-19. That is the largest one day jump since Thursday when the province reported 1,575. The total number of cases now sits at 92,761.
Over 73-percent of the new cases are in the hotspots of Peel, Toronto, York, and Ottawa.
The province completed 44,837 tests in the last 24-hours bringing the province’s positivity rate to roughly 3.5-percent. There is a backlog of 39,767 tests awaiting results.
Another 20 people have died bringing the death toll to 3,332 since the pandemic began.
Over 1,000 cases are considered resolved.