Ontario is reporting more than 4,300 new cases of COVID-19 over the past two days.
The 4,301 new infections bring Ontario’s COVID-19 case total to 169,411, including deaths and recoveries.
Health officials say 81 deaths related to the novel coronavirus occurred in the last 48-hour period, pushing the province’s death toll to 4,359. At least 39 of those who died were residents of a long-term care facility.
As well, 4,150 more cases are now considered to be resolved by the Ministry of Health. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 145,173 people have fully recovered after contracting COVID-19.
Ontario logged a record 2,447 cases on Thursday and 2,408 on Wednesday.
The number of tests completed over the last two days was not made available by the province.
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News source: CTV News