Ontario is reporting a drop in daily COVID-19 cases a day after the province saw record-breaking numbers.
Minister of Health Christine Elliott tweeted Monday morning that there are 851 new cases, down from Sunday’s 1,042 cases.
Six more people have died, bringing the total death in Ontario to 3,099. The majority of those deaths (1,991) were people living in long-term care.
The most new cases are in Toronto (281), Peel Region (215), York Region (90) and Ottawa (76).
The province says it conducted nearly 28,700 tests in the previous day.
Ontario is reporting 851 cases of #COVID19. Locally, there are 281 new cases in Toronto, 215 in Peel, 90 in York Region and 76 in Ottawa. There are 679 more resolved cases and nearly 28,700 tests completed.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) October 26, 2020
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