Public Health Ontario says 379 more cases have been added to the provincial caseload, bringing the total to 4,347. This includes 178 more people who have recovered from the disease.
In total, 1,802 people have come out the other end of COVID-19, representing 38.4 percent of those who contract it. The number of people who have died as a result of COVID-19 rose by 21 people since yesterday’s update, for a total of 153. That is about 3 percent of all cases.
As for who is catching COVID-19, Public Health Ontario says there are slightly more women than men represented in its case count, at 52.7 percent compared to 46.8. The majority of cases are reported among those in the age range of 40-59.