809 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario; 16 in Niagara

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Ontario's Ministry of Health has confirmed 809 new cases of COVID-19.

With the 809 new cases, 700 more cases are considered resolved, and there are seven more COVID-19 related deaths.

44,298 tests were completed in the last day, with 56,138 still under investigation.

To see the full data from the province, click here.

Locally, Niagara Region Public Health have confirmed 16 new cases.

Currently, Niagara has 108 active cases of the virus, and 11 active outbreaks. 

Most of Niagara's active cases are in Niagara Falls, and St. Catharines.

To see the full data from Niagara Region Public Health, click here. 

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