New COVID-19 cases in Ontario top 200 for the first time in six days

This is the highest since 266 cases were reported on June 13

The province reported 206 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.

This is the first time in a week the caseload count has climbed above 200.

The number of deaths jumped by 31 for a total of 2,595 deaths.

Ontario’s confirmed number of COVID-19 cases is 33,301. Of those, 85 per cent are considered resolved.

Health Minister Christine Elliot tweeted that 125 of today’s 206 new cases, or 61 per cent, are from Toronto and Peel Region.

Toronto, Peel and Windsor-Essex County are the only health units in Ontario that remain in Stage 1 of the province’s reopening plans.