Ontario reports 2964 new COVID-19 cases, 25 more deaths

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There are now 207 facilities in outbreak, out of a total of 626, which the Ministry of Long-Term Care says is a record.

The number of people in Ontario testing positive for COVID-19 continues to climb, with the province recording another record-breaking day Saturday with 3,363 new cases. The fast-spreading virus mutation was first detected in a couple from Durham Region.

Meanwhile, a hospital in London, Ont., declared itself free of COVID-19 outbreaks after 23 deaths and more than 150 infections.

By comparison, she said, at the peak of the first wave on May 18, 2,538 residents and 1,615 staff were infected across 190 facilities.

There are 65 more COVID-19 cases in western Quebec.

Larry King hospitalized with COVID-19
King - who also has Cannon , 20, Chance , 21, and Larry Jr, 59 - admitted he needed "a little time and privacy to heal". No parent should ever have to bury a child. " King shared daughter Chaia with his ex-wife Alene Akins.

Moreover, many hospitals are facing their own capacity concerns, Duncan said, so those health-care workers won't be able to offer the same help to long-term care homes that they provided last spring. "That really does deflect resources from long-term care".

"Locally, there are 917 new cases in Toronto, 581 in Peel, 389 in York Region, 246 in Windsor-Essex County and 131 in Ottawa".

Today's full case data is now available on the province's website.

Ontario reported 3,328 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday and 56 deaths linked to the virus.

An additional 59 staff have also tested positive for the virus.

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