TORONTO – The number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario stays over 100 for the fifth consecutive day, health officials declared on Monday morning.
The 114 new contaminations push the province’s total number of cases to 42,309, including deaths and recoveries.
On Sunday, Ontario health officials recorded 112 new cases of COVID-19 and 148 new contaminations on Saturday, which was the most noteworthy number of new diseases since July 24. The region logged in excess of 100 new cases for the majority of the previous week, except for Wednesday when 88 infections were included.
In the last 24-hour period, the province added one more death related to the novel coronavirus and 73 more resolved cases.
The majority of the new cases recorded on Monday are in people between the ages of 20 and 39. Forty-seven of the new infections are in that age group, which now has 13,276 cumulatively. Another 32 infections were reported in people between the ages of 40 and 59, bringing the total for that age group to 12,590.
As well, 21 more cases were recorded in people 19 years of age and younger, followed by 10 new cases in people between the ages of 60 and 79. Three new cases were added in people 80 years of age and older, though that age group represents the majority of the province’s fatalities as a result of COVID-19 (1,924).
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News source: CTV News