New COVID-19 cases in Peel Region again falls below 400
Peel Region has 390 new cases of COVID-19 today (Dec. 14).
The numbers released by the Provincial government show that Peel’s number have again dipped below 400, a good sign as the Region has been one of the hardest hit locations for the virus in the country.
Overall, Ontario is showing 1,900 cases today with Toronto showing the most with 544. York Region, which is now in a similar lockdown position to that of Peel and Toronto records 191 new cases today. Other areas with significant numbers include Hamilton with 132 and Windsor with 114. Halton Region is recording 54 new cases.
Provincially numbers also show that 23 people in Ontario have died as a result of COVID-19 in the past day, 11 of those people lived in long-term care homes.
The number of patients being treated in hospitals now stands at 857 with 244 receiving treatment in Intensive Care Units.
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