Ontario is reporting 1,824 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, an increase from 1,723 cases the day before.
Fourteen new deaths were also reported. This brings the provincial death toll to 3,712.
Due to a data processing error, Thursday’s provincial case count includes 127 cases from the Middlesex-London Health Unit that were reported over the previous three days, the government said.
Peel Region set a new record with 592 new cases reported. The City of Toronto reported 396 new cases, followed by York Region with 187.
The province says it has conducted 52,873 tests since the last daily report.
In total, 666 people are hospitalized in Ontario due to COVID-19, including 195 in intensive care.
The province also says 107 people are on ventilators in hospitals.
The latest figures bring the total of COVID-19 cases in Ontario to 121,746 and 103,239 cases resolved.
In the province’s long-term care homes, 707 residents currently have COVID-19 and eleven new deaths have been reported today.
The province says 116 of its 626 long-term care homes are experiencing an outbreak.
The province also reported 122 new COVID-19 cases related to schools, including at least 94 among students.
Those bring the number of schools with a reported case to 755 out of Ontario’s 4,828 publicly funded schools.
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With files from the Canadian Press