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Ontario's COVID-19 numbers now at 1,966, up 260 over yesterday

The number of deaths has risen by 10 to 33 people
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Ontario now has 1,966 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases, up 260 over yesterday.

That includes 33 people with the virus who have died, up 10 over Monday, and 534 cases now considered “resolved” (meaning they have recovered).

Locally, Public Health Sudbury & Districts reports 11 confirmed positive cases (there are nine here in Greater Sudbury and two in the Manitoulin District). That's the same number as Monday.

There are also 168 people who are currently under investigation for the virus, 468 people who have tested negative, and three people whose COVID-19 cases are considered “resolved.”

Public Health Sudbury & Districts said it has tested 647 people to date.

In Northern Ontario as a whole, there are now 40 confirmed cases, with the highest numbers concentrated in the Greater Sudbury area and the Timmins area.

In Canada, there are now 7,695 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 13 probable cases and 89 deaths. 




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