Ontario sees 70 new cases of COVID-19, one death



For the fifth consecutive day, Ontario is reporting fewer than 100 cases of COVID-19.

In Ottawa, the 13 new cases reported by Ottawa Public Health bring the cumulative total of all laboratory-confirmed cases to 2,623 since the first case was confirmed on March 11.

The number of active cases continues to decline with another 148 marked as resolved, Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott said in a tweet.

Fifty-five patients are also hospitalized with the virus - 26 of which are in the ICU, with 12 being on a ventilator.

"Officials listed 86 brand new COVID-19 instances on Wednesday", 91 on Tuesday, also 88 on Monday, as well as the current revelation, the rolling five-day typical of new cases has dropped to 90. Eighteen in all have reported zero new cases.

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Notably, Windsor-Essex only reported four new cases on Saturday and three on Friday.

There are 12 active institutional outbreaks in Ottawa.

There were no additional COVID-19-related deaths confirmed in the province on Friday.

The tests generated a positivity rate of 0.28 per cent.

In a statement Saturday, Canada's chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam said that an average of 48,360 people were tested daily over the past week, with one per cent testing positive.

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The city has contacted the parents of all the children attending that day camp to inform them of the situation.

Peel Public Health, with 17 cases.

The number of known active cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa has fallen for a third straight day.

Saturday's numbers bring the country's total COVID-19 infections and fatalities to 119,187 and 8,976, respectively.

The total number of tests completed in a day is 27,771.

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"Across the country, jurisdictions are announcing plans for reopening schools, which take into account the local context and epidemiology of COVID-19", read her statement.

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