The Province confirmed 129 cases of COVID-19 with three new deaths and 32,534 resolved cases.
ONTARIO - 129 cases of COVID-19 are being reported today.
The total number of cases in Ontario is at 36,723.
Three new deaths were also reported and there are 32,534 resolved cases in the province. 1,729 of the deaths reported are from residents living in long-term care homes and eight of the deaths reported are from healthcare workers in long-term care homes.
There have been 1,691,419 tests completed and 16,174 cases are currently under investigation.
116 patients are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 and 29 patients are in ICU. Also, 19 patients in ICU are on a ventilator with the virus.
You can see the latest numbers from today's report here.
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