Ontario reports 134 new cases of COVID-19

La Santé publique du Québec a tenu un point de presse, jeudi matin, pour rassurer la population concernant l'épidémie de coronavirus. Les autorités rappellent qu'aucun cas n'a été confirmé en sols québécois. Quatre personnes ont subi des tests qui se sont révélés négatifs. Le risque qu'un voyageur importe le virus ici est jugé faible, tout comme le risque de transmission de la maladie advenant un éventuel cas positif, selon le directeur national de la Santé publique, Horacio Arruda.

After two days of new cases below the 100-mark, the province is reporting a slight uptick in new COVID-19 cases.

Ontario is reporting 134 new cases today, with 26 coming from Ottawa and 24 coming from Windsor-Essex.

Peel is reporting 20 new cases of the virus and Toronto is reporting 19 new cases.

There were 60 new cases reported among people ages 20 to 29 years old.

There were more than 30,000 tests for COVID-19 processed yesterday.

Three new deaths have been recorded.

There are currently 78 people in hosptial, down by six from yesterday's total. The number of people in ICU increased by two to 29. The number of people on ventilators is down by one to 15.