435 cases of COVID in Ontario Saturday
Ontario is reporting 435 cases of COVID-19 Saturday.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says more than 43,200 tests were completed.
There are 131 new cases in Toronto with 110 in Peel and 45 in Ottawa.
64% of today’s cases are in people under the age of 40.
43,238 tests were completed in the last day, with 68,040 still under investigation.
Niagara's latest numbers will be released at noon.
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