The province is adding 138 more COVID-19 cases to its total on Saturday.
Twenty-eight of those come from Ottawa, and 33 come from Windsor-Essex.
Saturday’s update also comes with one death and 140 more resolved cases.
This brings the number of active cases down to 1,544.
A total of 38,543 cases have been reported since March.
Of those, 34,240 are considered ‘resolved’.
A total of 2,759 deaths have been linked to the virus.
Saturday’s update follows the completion of 29,904 tests.
Today, as Ontario reports 138 cases of #COVID19, a 0.4% increase, we’ve reached another milestone: having processed nearly 30,000 tests yesterday, we’ve now processed over 2M tests since the pandemic started. Testing will remain a critical part of our plan to defeat this virus.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) July 25, 2020
|Number of cases||38,543||N/A|
|Change from previous report (new cases)||138||0.4% increase|
|Change from previous report||140||0.4% increase|
|Subset of all cases that are reported to be long-term care residents||5,884||15.3|
|Subset of all cases that are reported as a health care worker associated with long-term care outbreaks||2,517||6.5|
|Total number of deaths||2,759||7.2|
|Deaths reported for residents in long-term care homes||1,791||64.9|
|Deaths reported for health care workers in long-term care homes||8||0.3|
|19 and under||2,113|
|80 and over||6,023|
|Total tests completed||2,018,813|
|Total tests completed in the previous day||29,904|
|Currently under investigation||26,078|
|Number of patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19||97|
|Number of patients currently in ICU||30|
|Number of patients currently in ICU on a ventilator with COVID-19||21|