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There are now 96 COVID-19 cases in the North, 309 new ones in Ontario

Here in Sudbury, we still have 26 cases; last new local case announced was on Saturday

The province of Ontario now has 4,347 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, up 309 over yesterday, the Ministry of Health reported Monday.

There were also 13 more deaths, for a total of 132 people in the province with COVID-19 who have died.

There are now 1,624 Ontario cases classified as “resolved," meaning the person has recovered. A total of 78,796 people have been tested in the province for COVID-19, and there are 329 people under investigation for the virus.

Public Health Sudbury & Districts is still reporting 26 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 — this number has not increased since Saturday, when one new case was announced.

One person with COVID-19 from this area has died, while 12 cases are considered “resolved.” There are currently four people admitted to Health Sciences North, one of whom is in intensive care. 

Public Health Sudbury & Districts has conducted a total of 947 tests to date, with 671 people testing negative and 250 people currently under investigation.

In Northern Ontario, there are currently 96 cases of COVID-19. The largest cluster is centred in the area covered by the Porcupine Health Unit (Timmins area), where there are now 30 cases (including one new case confirmed today).

In Canada as a whole, there are now 15,822 cases of COVID-19 (confirmed and probable), and 293 deaths. Quebec has the most number of COVID-19 cases in the country, at 7,944.