Ontario records more than 400 COVID-19 cases for the third time in four days


Ontario recorded the most new cases of COVID-19 since May 8th, with 441 new cases confirmed in the province.

That's once again higher than both the seven-day and 14-day average.

According to our math, the number of cases in long-term care, was only 77, meaning 364 are in the community.

The number of tests was up a little to 11,200, but still below the provincial capacity of more than 19,000.

23 new deaths were recorded, with the total number of deaths over 2,000 at 2,021.

A couple bright spots, the number of people in hospital dropped by 23, to 961. And, there was no new outbreaks recorded in long-term care.