138 new cases of COVID-19 reported by the Ontario government on Sunday

16 Ontario Public Health Units reported no new cases at all

There was a slight uptick in new COVID-19 cases in the province with 138 reported Sunday, up from 121 new cases the day before.

Health Minister Christine Elliot said 27 of the new cases are in Windsor-Essex where targeted testing of migrant farm workers continues.

“30 of Ontario’s 34 PHUs are reporting five or fewer new cases, with 16 of them reporting no new cases at all,” Elliott tweeted on Sunday. “Having processed nearly 24,000 tests yesterday, our positivity rate remains at all-time lows.”

Elliot said there are now 45 fewer active cases in the province after 183 more cases were considered resolved.

The provincial death toll from COVID-19 jumped by two.

The number of lab-confirmed cases of the virus in Ontario is 35,794.

There have been 2,689 deaths and 31,266 recoveries.