95 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario, but overall trend is down this last week

COVID-19 stats in Ontario Ontario COVID-19 cases above 100 for the seventh day

Ontario added 95 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday to the province’s overall tally.

Total all time cases now sits at 40,289, with 36,590 marked as resolved. The COVID-19 death toll is at 2,787, in the province, with 49 currently hospitalized, 20 in the ICU, with 10 of those on a ventilator.

One new death was reported in the province, with none the day before. Five COVID-19 deaths have been reported in the last 7 days.

Wednesday cases numbers up from Tuesday’s 33 cases, but down from the 115 cases reported Monday. Previous to that blip, the province’s new cases have been under 100 since Aug 3.

The death toll in the province has risen to 2,787 as one new death was reported.

Where are the COVID-19 cases coming from in Ontario?

New cases are coming from Toronto with 19 more cases reported there. Peel Region has 16 new cases. Ottawa reported 13 new cases.

Yesterday, Niagara logged one new COVID-19 cases against an all-time total of 902 COVID-19 cases in the region, with 798 resolved.