58 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Ontario according to provincial health officials, and three of the new cases are in Simcoe Muskoka.
The three cases are travel-related.
A male in his 50s who is self-isolating and had been in the U.S. A male in his 20s who is self-isolating and had been in England, and a male in his 40s who is in hospital after having been in Ecuador.
Ontario’s case count including deaths and recoveries has climbed to 377.
The release includes one more patient who has made a full recovery, raising Ontario’s total to six.
Many of the other new cases are linked to travel and five other cases are attributed to close contact with a previously confirmed patient.
All information concerning the remaining 41 cases, including location of the patient, gender, age and cause of transmission and status, was not provided.
More than 7,200 other people across the province are still awaiting test results.