The number of new COVID-19 cases across Ontario dropped back below the 200 mark on Wednesday, with 163 additions to the province-wide caseload.
Another 229 recoveries were confirmed by Public Health Ontario since yesterday, along with another 12 lives lost.
On Tuesday, the province reported 216 new cases of COVID, only the second time in the past eleven days it had surpassed that 200 benchmark. It confirmed 206 cases on Saturday.
In one day, the province ran over 23,000 tests, and has exceeded its daily testing target for weeks now.