More than 200 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, two more deaths.
There are more than 13-hundred cases of COVID-19 infection in the province
The number of infected patients with COVID-19 in Ontario is 1,355. On Sunday morning, the health ministry confirmed 211 new cases of the virus. This is the largest single-day increase in cases since the province begin tracking the numbers.
No information was provided on the government’s website regarding ages, gender, location, or how the patients acquired COVID-19. This is the third straight day this has happened. The government website said “Information for all cases is pending.”
There have been two more deaths linked to the virus, bringing the total to 21 fatalities. Health authorities said that two of the cases have not been “lab confirmed.”
Eight people have recovered from COVID-19.