Number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario jumps again, 634 new cases, after declining numbers for two days straight

Number of recoveries continues to outpace active cases

After two days straight of declining numbers, we’re seeing another bump in COVID-19 cases in Ontario.

Public Health Ontario is reporting 634 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the total number of cases (including recoveries and deaths) to 12,879.

Health officials are confirming 874 more recoveries today, meaning slightly more than half of all people have recovered at 51.9 percent.

Meanwhile, the province lost another 91 people since yesterday’s update, 713 people to date.