Ontario back over 300, for new cases of COVID-19
Health Officials are reporting 383 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, which comes after two straight days of new case totals below 300.
The new number is a little lower than the seven-day average of 387, but higher than the 14-day average of 375.
The number of tests completed in the province was up to 17,600, with the number of cases under investigation still at more than 11,800.
34 new deaths were reported, bringing the total in the province to 2,189.
The number of people in hospital came down by 14 to 833, while the number of people on ventilators is now below 100, at 94. That marks the first time that has happened since the middle of March.