UPDATE: There is one more confirmed case and two more COVID-19-related deaths as of this evening, now bringing the province's total to 425 with eight resolved and five deaths.
ONTARIO - There were 48 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 today in Ontario.
The latest numbers brings the province's total to 425. Two more COVID-19-related deaths were also reported this evening after a woman from York and a man from Toronto died, both of whom were in their 70s.
A majority of the cases are still pending and they range from 20 to 70 years-old. All of the confirmed cases are in self-isolation.
Ontario now has 8,361 cases under investigation with eight resolved and five deaths.
17,634 people have tested negative for the virus.
All of the cases are from people who have recently travelled or have been in close contact with someone who has the virus.
Most of the cases are from Toronto or the GTA and there is one from Waterloo and another from Hamilton.
You can go here to see the latest numbers online.