Ontario confirmed 133 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, a spike from the 112 cases confirmed on Tuesday.
Despite the jump, Minister of Health of Christine Elliott noted in a tweet that there are 137 more resolved cases, marking an overall decrease in the number of active cases in the province.
Ontario is reporting 133 cases of #COVID19—however, with 137 more resolved there is a decrease in the number of active cases. Yesterday, the province processed over 24,000 tests as we’ve now done over 3,000,000 #COVID19 tests and continue to lead the country in daily testing.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) September 2, 2020
No new deaths were reported, leaving the death toll at 2,812.
A total of 42,554 Ontarians have now contracted the virus with 90.5 per cent having recovered to date.
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