Ontario Ministry of Health reports 91 new cases of COVID-19 today, 88 cases yesterday
Ontario's Ministry of Health is reporting 91 new cases of COVID-19.
Yesterday the website didn't update at 10:30am, but Health Minister Christine Elliott says there were 88 new cases.
Combined over the same two days, there are 242 more resolved cases, with over 42,000 tests processed.
78 patients remain in hospitals with COVID-19.
See today's data below.
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