Ontario reports fewer than 750 new COVID-19 cases as positivity rate drops
Ontario is reporting another day with fewer than 750 new COVID-19 cases.
Health officials are confirming 733 cases today after nearly 31,800 tests were processed.
Although today's number is up from yesterday's 699 cases, this is the third day in a row where new daily cases have been below 1,000.
Today's update also includes 25 new deaths linked to COVID-19.
The seven day daily case average now stands at 978 compared to yesterday's 1,030 and the positivity rate has dropped to 2.8 percent.
What happened at council last night? Liquor on the beaches. Continuing to waive some business licence fees and patio permit fees next year. Canada Games Park construction is on schedule. Merriton Centennial Arena Upgrades.
This week, Professional Dog Trainer Eric Straetmans & partner Melissa Riley, Owners of Eric Straetman's Beyond The Leash K9 Training in Mississauga.