Niagara Region Public Health confirm one new case of COVID-19
Niagara Region Public Health have confirmed one new case of COVID-19.
Of the 930 cases in Niagara to date, 838 have been resolved, and 64 patients have died.
Currently, Niagara has 28 active cases of COVID-19, and one active outbreak.
The remaining outbreak is considered a 'community outbreak'.
Most of Niagara's active cases are in Lincoln.
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