Slight dip in new COVID cases announced by Ontario health officials after a two-day run of 400+

327 recoveries since yesterday's update, 19 more lives lost

There were over 100 fewer cases of COVID-19 added to the provincial case count today, after two days straight of numbers at over 400.

Public Health Ontario confirmed 338 cases were added to the provincial caseload overnight, the result of over 17,500 tests run. Yesterday, 446 cases were added, and 404 the day before.

Province-wide, the caseload has surpassed 29,000, however, over 78 percent of those are listed as recoveries. Health officials add there were 327 more people recovered since yesterday’s update, while another 19 lives were lost.