260 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Ontario Tuesday morning, 103 people have recovered, ten more have died

Number of recoveries continues to swell, but has not outpaced new cases

The number of people recovering from COVID-19 continues to grow, as the province releases its latest caseload stats.

Public Health Ontario is reporting 534 people are listed as “resolved” in that they’ve had no adverse test results or symptoms 14 days after becoming ill. This is an increase of 103 people over Monday’s numbers.

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Meanwhile, Public Health Ontario added 260 new cases to its provincial tally. This brings the total number of cases to 1,966. This includes 33 people who have died, an increase of ten over Monday.