News cases of COVID-19 in Ontario still dropping with 111 reported Tuesday

Ontario COVID-19 cases decreasing Ontario COVID-19 cases decreasing for four straight days

Ontario Health Minister reported 111 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday morning. Twenty-seven of 34 Public Health Units reported five or fewer cases.

That’s eight less than yesterday when 119 new infections were logged.

Today marked the forth day in a row that Ontario’s daily case count has been below 150.

In a post on Twitter Tuesday morning, Deputy Health Minister Christine Ellliot wrote: “Ontario reporting 111 cases of #COVID19, a 0.3% increase. Locally, 27 of the 34 PHUs are reporting 5 or fewer cases, with 16 of them reporting no new cases. Ottawa is reporting 25 cases with 22 more cases in Windsor-Essex. There are only 6 new cases reported in Toronto.”

She subsequently tweeted: “Hospitalizations remain under 100 as the number of patients in ICU and on ventilator are stable.”

Here are the numbers for Ontario that were reporting Tuesday morning at

  • 38,910 total cases
  • 34,567 resolved
  • 2,768 deaths
  • 96 hospitalized
  • 31 in ICU
  • 18 in ICU on a ventilator

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