Ontario reports less than 100 new cases of COVID-19
Ontario reported a slight increase in new COVID-19 cases today as health officials added missing data from Toronto.
However, Ontario Health says that even with the addition of Thursday’s missing information from Toronto Public Health, the number of new infections remains under 100.
Ninety-two new COVID-19 cases were confirmed on Friday, Health Minister Christine Elliott said one new death was also reported.
The province also processed over 30-thousand tests yesterday.
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