New COVID-19 caseloads in Ontario stays below 400

The number of individual tests completed in Ontario set a record for the third day in a row

There were 387 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario in the last 24 hours, not including the 68 cases on the list that were the result of what is being described as “a laboratory-to-public health reporting delay.”

Numbers from Saturday include 35 more deaths for a provincial total of 2,407.

The province continues to make headway in the area of testing. 23,105 individual tests were conducted Friday, the third day in a row a new record was set.

There are 673 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, down from 749 on Thursday, and of those patients, 117 of them are in Intensive Care Units and 97 of them are on ventilators.

23,947 or 80 per cent of the 30,202 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario since the start of the pandemic are now considered resolved.