Mend Urgent Care workers wearing personal protective equipment perform drive-up COVID-19 testing for students and faculty on the first day of school at Woodbury University on August 24, 2020 in Burbank, California. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

One new COVID-19 case was reported in Middlesex-London on Tuesday, while no new cases were reported in Elgin and Oxford counties.

The new case brings the total for the region to 739, with 673 resolved and 57 deaths, leaving nine active cases.

The region has seen multiple days with no cases and only single-digit increases in cases since Aug. 15.

The vast majority of the total, 682 cases have been in the City of London, while just over 25 per cent of the total, 191 cases, have been related to long-term care or retirement homes.

It has now been nearly two weeks since any new cases were reported by Southwestern Public Health, with the last reported on Aug. 24.

The total in Elgin and Oxford counties holds at 254 cases, with 247 resolved and five deaths, leaving just two ongoing cases.

There were no new cases reported in nearby regions, here is where the case totals stand based on the most recent publicly available data:

  • Huron-Perth – none new, none active, 120 total, 115 resolved, five deaths
  • Haldimand-Norfolk – none new, 23 active, 481 total cases, 428 resolved, 32 deaths
  • Grey-Bruce – none new, two active, 129 total, 127 resolved, no deaths
  • Sarnia-Lambton – none new, two active, 341 total, 314 resolved, 25 deaths

Across the province, 375 new COVID-19 cases were reported over two days. Until recently daily case totals have not approached the 200 mark since July 24.