Interestingly enough, we are seeing the case numbers rise again. 203 new cases of COVID-19 were reported this morning, it’s the largest number that Ontario has seen in weeks, and accounting for just over half of Canadas total for new cases, sitting just over 400 (as reported from Dr. Howard Njoo, Canada’s Deputy Chief Public Health Office).
Alberta on the other hand has seen its total active cases rise to over 1000 (1109), a number that hasn’t been seen since May 12. British Columbia cautions rise, as they warn of an “explosive growth” as cases increase.
“Just when I think I’m out, they keep pulling me back in”
In Ontario, 37% of all new cases are people aged 39 years old or younger. For once, Toronto isn’t the ones leading that pack in numbers, Peel region takes the reigns with a whopping 57 new cases, Ottawa with 43, then Toronto with 30 and Windsor-Essex with 24.
Here’s an updated breakdown of cases:
- Total Cases: 111.5K
- Recovered Cases: 97.7K
- Deaths: 8.9K
- Total Cases: 37 942
- 120 hospitalized
- 36 intensive care
- 23 on ventilators
- Resolved Cases: 33605
- Deaths: 2785
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