COVID-19 caseloads top 10,000 in Ontario

Nearly 49-hundred people have recovered from the virus

Ontario has topped the 10,000 (10,010) mark in COVID-19 cases, including deaths and recoveries. Health authorities said today the province recorded 36 more deaths from the virus for a total of 514 deaths.

What is also significant is 4,875 people in Ontario have recovered from the disease.

Health officials said the Saturday tally is “incomplete” due to lack of information from Toronto Public Health on cases and deaths entered after April 16.

The next update on local caseloads from the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit will come on Monday.