Ontario reports 375 new COVID-19 cases over past two days
TORONTO -- Ontario is reporting 375 new cases of COVID-19 over the past two days.
There were also 238 cases newly marked as resolved on Sunday and Monday in the provincewide report.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says there were 185 new cases in the past 24 hours, with 190 recorded the day before.
The province is reporting two days worth of data today because of the holiday weekend.
The total number of cases in Ontario now stands at 43,536, which includes 2,813 deaths and 39,196 cases marked as resolved.
According to Peel Public Health’s website, 73 new cases were recorded on Sept. 6. Of the new cases, 54 were reported in Brampton and 18 were found in Mississauga.
The province was able to complete nearly 45,000 tests over the past two days.
The Canadian Press
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