For the third day in a row, Ontario’s COVID-19 case count rose by less than 100

Majority of Ontario's public health units reporting no new cases at all

There were just 86 new cases of COVID-19 reported by Public Health Ontario on Wednesday, meaning for a three-day streak of numbers below 100.

On Tuesday, public health officials confirmed 88 new cases were added on the Holiday Monday and 91 on Tuesday. Ontario previously saw a two-day streak of numbers below 100 on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.

Public health officials also reported on Wednesday there were no lives lost in connection to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, while 146 people recovered.

Health Units in Ottawa, Peel, York, Toronto, and Chatham-Kent all reported double-digit additions to their individual caseloads, but Public Health Minister Christine Elliott indicated 22 of Ontario’s 34 public health units reported no new cases whatsoever on Wednesday.