131 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario: MoH
Ontario's Ministry of Health is reporting 131 new cases of COVID-19.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says today's number is an overestimation due to the data gap yesterday.
Yesterday, 11 public health units' data was not included in the total number of cases due to a glitch with the system.
28,073 COVID-19 tests were processed in the last day.
35 patients in Ontario are hospitalized with COVID-19.
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