At 112, there are fewer COVID cases today compared to yesterday’s spike of 148

Caseload addition comes amid news global tally has exceeded 25 million

Public Health Ontario is confirming 112 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, a day following an addition not seen in over a month.

On Saturday, health officials confirmed 148 cases province-wide, amid a spate of cases above the 100 mark.

This comes following a report from Johns Hopkins University that states the global caseload has surpassed 25 million. Cases began to balloon in December of 2019 with the discovery of the virus, and a million cases were reported by mid-April.

By the end of June, that number increased to 10 million, and it has doubled in the six weeks that followed.