Ontario reports 401 new COVID-19 cases, highest daily increase since early June
TORONTO -- Ontario is reporting 401 new cases of COVID-19 today, a daily increase not seen since early June.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says Toronto is reporting 130 new cases, with 82 in Peel Region and 61 in Ottawa.
According to Peel Public Health’s website, 78 new cases were reported in the region on Sept. 17. The site says that 52 cases were found in Brampton, 25 in Mississauga and one in Caledon.
Elliott says nearly 70 per cent of the new cases in Ontario are in people under the age of 40.
The total number of cases in Ontario now stands at 46,077, which includes 2,825 deaths and 40,600 cases classified as resolved.
There were also 176 cases newly marked as resolved over the past 24 hours.
The province says it processed 35,826 tests over the previous day.
- Ontario reports 491 new COVID-19 cases, highest daily increase in months
- Ontario reporting 1,248 new COVID-19 cases and highest single-day deaths since June
- Ontario reports 834 new cases of COVID-19, 186 new cases in Peel
- Ontario reports 315 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths in past 24 hours
- Ontario reporting 827 new cases of COVID-19 today, 169 new cases in Peel
- House of the week: $4.5 mil Mississauga Road home with gorgeous outdoor features
- Canada's Wonderland reopening for thrill-seekers on July 7
- Frustration mounts as Mississauga residents told second vaccine dose only available in Muskoka, Simcoe
- Hamilton Police announce arrest of Oliver Karafa and Yun Lu Li in Hungary
- More Mississauga, Brampton and Ontario residents now eligible for earlier second dose of vaccine