The Province is reporting under 100 cases for the seventh day in a row, which also saw two new deaths reported today and 36,279 resolved cases.
ONTARIO - There are 79 cases of COVID-19 in Ontario today.
The provincial total now stands at 40,046 cases. Today's report from the Province says 5,901 of the cases are reported to be from residents living in long-term care homes while 2,605 of the cases are from healthcare workers associated with long-term care outbreaks.
Two deaths were reported today, bringing the death toll in Ontario to 2,786, and there were 36,279 cases resolved. 1,799 of the deaths are reported to be from residents in long-term care homes and eight of the deaths are from healthcare workers in long-term care homes.
To date, there have been 2,400,212 tests completed and currently 17,540 under investigation.
There are 55 currently hospitalized with COVID-19, however approximately 40 hospitals did not submit their data to the Daily Bed Census for August 7th. Therefore, the Province says they anticipates the number of patients in hospital may increase when reporting compliance increases.
Right now there are 26 patients in ICU and 12 patients in ICU on a ventilator.
You can go here to see a complete breakdown of the latest numbers.