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.