91 new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara on Sunday
Niagara Region Public Health have confirmed 91 new cases of COVID-19.
This number is different than the 121 reported by the province because of when their data cutoff is.
Ontario's Ministry of Health collects data until 3pm the day the before the numbers are posted, whereas Niagara Public Health's numbers are updated until noon when they go live.
Today's data from the region also shows 90 more resolved cases, and seven more deaths.
So far, 261 people in Niagara have died.
Right now Niagara has 50 active outbreaks, and 1,509 active cases of COVID-19.
563 of Niagara's active cases are in St. Catharines.
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