The number is down after cases spiked above 160 on both days over the weekend
Provincial public health officials reported 135 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing Ontario’s total to 37,739.
The number is down after cases spiked above 160 on both days over the weekend.
“Locally, 28 of Ontario’s 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 18 of them reporting no new cases at all,” Health Minister Christine Elliott tweeted.
Thirty-five cases were in Peel Region, 26 were in Toronto, 21 were in Windsor-Essex and 20 were in Ottawa.
One more person has died since yesterday. The provincial death toll now stands at 2,752.
The number of patients in hospital has gone up to 115, with 37 in intensive care and 34 in intensive care on ventilators.
Premier Doug Ford is expected to announce later today whether not more jurisdictions in the province will move to stage 3 of the reopening plan.
Most of Ontario entered stage 3 on July 17. Toronto, the surrounding area and parts of Southern Ontario remain in stage 2.
Toronto Public Health has reported an increase of 107 cases since Friday, bringing the city’s total to 15,144.
There are now111 people in hospital, with 26 in intensive care
To date, 13,498 people have recovered from COVID-19, up by 121 since Friday.
Since the outbreak began, 1,137 have died from COVID-19 in Toronto.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated.