Ontario sees 0 new COVID-19 deaths in the past day


Ontario's mayors are warning of tax increases and layoffs unless they receive emergency COVID-19 funding from the provincial and federal governments to cover costs related to the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, locally 29 of the Province's 34 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 18 of them reporting no new cases at all.

Officials confirmed an additional 154 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, which is a slight increase from the 138 cases recorded on Sunday and the 121 recorded on Saturday.

The newly confirmed cases bring Ontario's total to 35,794 since the outbreak began in January, about 87 per cent of which are resolved.

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"There will be a report coming to Toronto City Council and I suspect it's true in other municipalities as well, in our case it will come to the July meeting of city council which will outline, in the absence of any help coming from the other governments, exactly what will have to be done", Tory says.

There were 45 new infections among the 40 to 59 age range; 17 new infections among those 60 to 79 years old; and four infections among those over age 80.

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"Municipalities across Ontario have been on the frontlines of keeping people safe during COVID-19", the statement said. There were also 43 patients between the ages of 20-39.

Ontario's network of labs processed 23,792 test samples the previous day, with a cumulative total of more than 1.5 million.

The province says 2,689 people have died of the disease, with 1,718 long-term care residents succumbing to the virus. Provincial health units carried out 24,000 tests yesterday.

Hospitalizations have been declining, with 139 COVID-19 patients now in Ontario hospitals.

Another 8,900 test specimens remained under investigation on Monday.

Hospitalization continues to drop with only 118 patients in hospital-36 of whom are in ICU and 21 of whom are on ventilators.