Ontario's COVID-19 Cases Spiked Today But Are Still Under 200

Modesto Morganelli
Luglio 20, 2020

The 164 new cases reported Sunday morning are down slightly from the cases added day earlier, but represent an increase over the relatively low numbers reported daily since July 10.

According to a tweet from Christine Elliott, the province's Minister of Health, 28 out of 34 public health units in Ontario reported five or fewer cases, with 15 of those reporting no new cases at all.

There were 101 patients being treated for COVID-19 symptoms across Ontario on Sunday.

Two outbreaks at long-term care/retirement facilities in Windsor-Essex County are now being reported as well.

There are now six outbreaks at agricultural workplaces in Kingsville and Leamington and one outbreak at a manufacturing workplace in Leamington.

There are also two outbreaks at long-term care or retirement homes in Windsor-Essex - Village of Aspen Lake in Windsor and Augustine Villas in Kingsville.

There have been 1,964 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex, including 1,303 people who have recovered and 556 who are self-isolating.

Additionally, 113 more cases are now considered to be resolved by the ministry of health, though that number has been lagging behind the number of active cases reported in recent days. One person is hospitalized, while 12 are in self-isolation.

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