Ontario reports 335 new cases of COVID-19
Ontario's Ministry of Health is reporting 335 new cases of COVID-19.
102 new cases are in Toronto, with 79 in Peel, and 65 in Ottawa.
69% of today’s cases are in people under the age of 40.
88 people in Ontario are hospitalized with COVID-19, with 24 in ICU, and 9 in ICU on ventilators.
35,436 tests were completed in the last day, however, 48,079 are still under investigation.
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