Ontario sees COVID-19 cases rise above 100 again
Ontario is reporting 125 cases of COVID-19 today, a slight uptick over recent days and largely the result of localized increases with 17 cases in Peel, 27 in Toronto and 28 in Windsor-Essex.
Health Minister Christine Elliott say , 27 of 34 public health units are still reporting five or fewer cases, with 16 of them reporting no new cases at all.
Yesterday, the province processed over 23,000 tests.
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