Tracking Every Coronavirus Case in Toronto (MAP)

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All data is accurate as of Friday, September 4/Google Maps

Editor’s Note: This piece will be continuously updated as more information — and positive cases — becomes available.

All information is accurate as of Friday, September 4 at 10:30 am.

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The number of known coronavirus cases in Ontario continues to increase, with officials confirming 148 new cases and no new COVID-19 related deaths. According to the Ministry of Health, there are now 42,834 positive cases in the province, of which, 38,741 (90.4%) patients have recovered and 2,811 have died (6.6%). At this time, 3,068,781 people have been tested and 25,945 more are currently waiting for their test results.

Of these cases in Ontario, Toronto Public Health says it is currently monitoring 16,127 coronavirus cases in the city. Currently, 30 of these people are hospitalized, 8 are in the ICU, and 7 are incubated. To date, there have been 14,565 other people diagnosed with COVID-19 in Toronto who have recovered from their illness, while 1,175 have died.

To give a better understanding of the virus and its impacts here in the city, we’ve mapped every known public location any of the coronavirus patients visited in Toronto as of Friday, September 4.

#1. A man in his 50s arrived in Toronto from Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the outbreak. After returning home he becomes the first “presumptive” case of the new coronavirus in Canada on January 25. The man called 911 as soon as he felt sick with relatively minor symptoms and was placed in isolation after visiting Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital. He has since recovered at home and has been cleared after testing.

#2. The wife of the Toronto man who was Canada’s first “presumptive” case of the new coronavirus becomes the second presumptive case. The woman was kept in home isolation and has since been cleared after testing.

#3. Toronto health officials announced the city’s third case and the fourth in the province, a Toronto woman in her 20s who arrived home from China. She attended North York General Hospital and was later discharged and went into self-isolation at home where she has since recovered.

#4. TPH confirmed a woman in her 60s who recently returned home from Iran had tested positive for the coronavirus and attended the emergency department at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She was then discharged and is presently at home in self-isolation.

#5. Health officials confirmed the husband of the wife who returned from Iran also tested positive for the virus. The man visited the emergency department of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre the day after his wife and currently remains home in isolation.

#6. Officials confirmed a man in his 80s who recently travelled to Egypt returned to Toronto on February 20 and went to the Scarborough Health Network’s General Hospital’s emergency department where he tested positive. He remains in self-isolation.

#7. Health officials confirmed a man in his 50s had returned home to Toronto after recently travelling to Iran. He was treated at Sunnybrook Hospital and currently remains at home in self-isolation.

#8. A man in his 60s, who recently travelled to Iran, tested positive for the virus at North York General Hospital. He currently remains at home in self-isolation.

#9. A woman in her 60s, who had recently travelled to Egypt returned to Toronto on February 20 and was seen at a Mackenzie Health in Richmond Hill nine days later. The woman was also a passenger on a GO bus to Richmond Hill from Pearson International Airport while symptomatic. She is now recovering in self-isolation at home.

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#10. A man in his 60s had recently returned home to Toronto from Iran and had sought care at Sunnybrook Hospital. He currently remains in self-isolation.

#11. A man in his 50s, who returned home to Toronto from Iran on February 29 had presented himself to North York General Hospital. He remains at home in self-isolation.

#12. A man in his 40s, who had travelled to Las Vegas on February 28, returned home and attended Toronto Western Hospital and is now recovering in self-isolation. Upon arriving at home, the patient subsequently took various forms of public transit before being tested, including the TTC, GO Transit, and Mississauga’s MiWay Transit.

#13. A man in his 20s who returned from Italy on March 3 went to Mount Sinai Hospital’s emergency department in Toronto and is now recovering in self-isolation.

#14. Health officials confirmed a woman in her 40s who returned from Colorado on March 2 tested positive at Sunnybrook Hospital. She is now recovering at home in self-isolation.

#15. A man in his 60s had visited Washington, DC, earlier this month and was seen at North York General Hospital’s emergency department. He is now recovering at home in self-isolation.

#16. A woman in her 60s who had recently travelled to France was confirmed to have the virus after visiting Scarborough General Hospital. She is now recovering at home in self-isolation.

#17. TPH confirmed a man in his 80s had contracted the virus after returning home from Iran. He is the 33rd case in the province and is currently in self-isolation at North York General Hospital.

#18. TPH confirmed a woman in her 70s had contracted the virus after returning home from Iran. She is the 34th case in the province and is currently in self-isolation at North York General Hospital.

#19. TPH confirmed a man in his 40s had returned home from travelling in Switzerland and visited St. Joseph’s Health Centre. He is currently in self-isolation at home.

#20. On March 10, officials announced a Sudbury man in his 50s had attended a mining convention in Toronto on March 2 and 3 at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre. He went to Health Sciences North with symptoms on March 7 and is now home in self-isolation.

#21. On March 11, TPH confirmed a man in his 30s who returned from travelling in the US, visited Toronto Western where he tested positive for the virus. He is currently at home in self-isolation. He is the 39th confirmed case in the province.

#22. On the evening of March 11, TPH confirmed a woman in her 40s, who had recently returned home from travelling in the US, tested positive at St Joseph’s Health Centre. She is now in self-isolation.

#23. On March 12, TPH confirmed a man in his 20s who was in close contact with someone with the virus had visited Sunnybrook Hospital where he also tested positive for the virus. He is now in self-isolation.

#24. On March 12, TPH confirmed a Toronto man in his 70s who had recently returned from travelling in the US tested positive for the virus at Mississauga Hospital. He is now in self-isolation.

#25. On March 12, TPH confirmed a man in his 40s who had returned from travelling in the US tested positive for the virus at St Michael’s Hospital. He is now in self-isolation.

#26. On March 12, TPH confirmed a woman in her 20s who had returned from travelling in Europe had tested positive for the virus at Trillium Health Partners. She is now in self-isolation.

#27. On March 12, TPH confirmed a baby boy (under the age of one) tested positive for the virus at North York General. He was in close contact with someone who tested positive for the virus. The baby is now in self-isolation.

#28. On March 12, TPH confirmed a man in his 30s tested positive for the virus at North York General. He was in close contact with someone who tested positive for the virus. The man is now in self-isolation.

#29. On March 12, TPH confirmed a man in his 20s tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after travelling in the US. He is now in self-isolation.

#30. On March 12, TPH confirmed a man in his 60s tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after returning home from travelling in the US. He is now in self-isolation.

#31. On March 12, TPH confirmed a woman in her 60s tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after returning home from travelling in the US. She is now in self-isolation.

#32. On March 13, TPH announced a man in his 70s tested positive at Sunnybrook after travelling in Egypt. He is now in self-isolation.

#33. On March 13, TPH announced a woman in his 70s tested positive at Sunnybrook after travelling in Egypt. She is now in self-isolation.

#34. On March 13, TPH announced a man in his 40s tested positive for the virus at Mt. Sinai after being in close contact with someone who recently travelled in the US. He is now in self-isolation.

#35: On March 13, TPH announced a man in his 60s had tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after travelling in the US. He is now in self-isolation.

#36. On March 13, TPH announced a woman in her 20s tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after travelling in the US. She is now in self-isolation.

#37. On March 13, TPH announced a woman in her 60s tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after travelling in the US. She is now in self-isolation.

#38. On March 13, TPH announced a man in his 20s tested positive for the virus at Sunnybrook after being in close contact with someone who recently travelled to the US. He is now in self-isolation.

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Since March 13, the province has announced 14 other cases here in Toronto but had not released the details on what hospitals they visited or their travel history.

On Sunday, March 15, the province of Ontario announced 39 new coronavirus cases, 12 of which are here in Toronto. However, given the volume of the new cases, details of each individual case were not released.

On Monday, March 16, health officials confirmed 32 new cases in the province, with 11 new cases here in Toronto. However, given the volume of the new cases, details of each individual case were not released.

On Tuesday, March 17, health officials confirmed 12 new cases in the province, none of which are in Toronto. Additionally, the province recorded its first death due to COVID-19.

On Wednesday, March 18, health officials confirmed 23 new cases in the province, three of which are in Toronto. However, given the volume of the new cases, details of each individual case were not released.

On Thursday, March 19, health officials confirmed 43 new cases in the province, eight of which are in Toronto. Additionally, Toronto Public Health said 11 individuals are currently hospitalized as a result of the virus.

On Friday, March 20, health officials confirmed 50 new cases in the province, marking the largest single-day jump thus far. Two of the cases are in Toronto.

On Monday, March 23, health officials announced the largest single-day jump this far with 78 new cases in the province.

On Tuesday, March 24, health officials confirmed 85 new coronavirus cases in Ontario, bringing total to 588, marking the largest single-day jump since the virus began to spread in Ontario.

On Wednesday, March 25, health officials confirmed 100 new cases in the province, bringing the total number to 688.

On Thursday, March 26, Ontario confirmed 170 new coronavirus cases, spiking numbers to 858. This marks the largest single-day jump since the coronavirus began to spread in Ontario — a record that has continuously been surpassed.

On Friday, March 27, health officials confirmed 135 new known cases of COVID-19, bringing the total up to 993 confirmed cases. Additionally, three more patients have died of the illness, according to the province’s most recent update. All the details of the cases announced Friday are pending.

On Saturday, March 28, the Province of Ontario confirmed 151 new known cases of COVID-19, bringing the total up to 1,142 confirmed cases as of Saturday.

On Sunday, March 29, the Province of Ontario confirmed 211 new known cases of COVID-19, bringing the province’s total up to 1,355. Additionally, two more patients have died from the illness.

On Monday, March 30, the province confirmed 351 new coronavirus cases, as the province reaches 1,706. Currently, the GTA accounts for 61.4% of Ontario’s cases.

On Tuesday, March 31, health officials announced 260 new cases in the province, a 15.2% increase from Monday, bringing the province’s total to 1,966.  The GTA now accounts for 59.1% of the province’s cases.

On Wednesday, April 1. health officials announced 426 new cases in the province bringing the total to 2,392, a 21.7% increase from Tuesday and marking the largest single-day jump since the coronavirus began to spread in Ontario. The GTA now accounts for 56% of the province’s cases, which is down slightly from Tuesday.

On Thursday, April 2, health officials announced 401 new cases in the province, which is down slightly from Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 2,793. The GTA accounts for 53.6% of the province’s cases.

On Friday, April 3, health officials announced 462 new cases, marking the largest single-day jump thus far, bringing the province’s total to 3,255, up 16.5% from Thursday. The GTA accounts for 53% of the province’s cases.

On Saturday, April 4, health officials confirmed 375 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 3,630. Additionally, officials confirmed. 27 new deaths.

On Sunday, April 5, health officials announced 408 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 4,038. Additionally, officials confirmed 25 more deaths.

On Monday, April 6, health officials confirmed 309 new cases, which is the lowest single-day increase since March 31. This brought the province’s total number of cases to 4,347. The GTA now accounts for 51.9% of the province’s total number of cases.

On Tuesday, April 7, health officials confirmed 379 new cases bringing the province’s total number to 4,726, up just 8.7% from Monday. The GTA now accounts for 51.5% of the province’s total number of cases.

On Wednesday, April 8, health officials announced 550 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 5,276. This is an 11.6% increase from Tuesday. The GTA now accounts for 51.8% of the province’s total number of cases.

On Thursday, April 9, health officials announced 483 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 5,759 a 9.2% jump from Wednesday. The GTA now accounts for 52.5% of the province’s total number of cases.

On Friday, April 10, health officials announced 478 new cases, bringing the province’s total number to 6,237.

On Saturday, April 11, health officials confirmed 411 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 6,648. Additionally, officials confirmed 31 new deaths.

On Sunday, April 12, health officials announced 401 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 7,049. Additionally, officials confirmed 21 new deaths.

On Monday, April 13, health officials announced 421 new cases, bringing the province’s total number to 7,470. Currently, the GTA accounts for 53.9% of the province’s cases.

On Tuesday, April 14, health officials announced 483 new cases, bringing the province’s total to 7,953. The GTA now accounts for 54.4% of all cases in Ontario.

On Wednesday, April 15, Ontario health officials announced 494 new cases, bringing the province’s total number of cases to 8,447. The GTA now accounts for 55% of all cases.

On Thursday, April 16, Ontario health officials announced 514 new cases, a 6.1% increase from Wednesday, bringing the province’s total number of cases to 8,961.

On Friday, April 17, Ontario health officials announced the province’s fatalities and case numbers climbed to a single-day high, with 55 deaths and 564 cases reported.

On Saturday, April 18, Ontario health officials announced 485 new cases, while the death toll hit 500.

On Sunday, April 19, Ontario health officials announced 568 new cases and 39 more deaths.

On Monday, April 20, Ontario health officials announced 606 new cases, the largest single-day jump this far, bringing the province’s total number of cases to 11, 184. The GTA now accounts for 58.3% of all cases.

On Tuesday, April 21, health officials announced 551 new cases, bringing the province’s total number of cases to 11,735. The GTA now accounts for 58.7% of all cases.

On Wednesday, April 22, health officials announced 510 new cases, bringing the province’s total number to 12,245. Additionally, over half of all cases have recovered, with the GTA accounting for 59.3% of all cases.

On Thursday, April 23, health officials announced 634 new cases, marking the province’s largest single-day jump, bringing the total to 12,879. The GTA now accounts for 59.6% of all cases.

On Friday, April 24, health officials announced 640 new cases, marking the province’s largest single-day jump, bringing the total count to 13,519. At this time, 52.4% of all cases have recovered and 5.6% have died. The GTA accounts for 59.1% of all cases.

On Saturday, April 25, health officials announced 476 new cases and 48 more deaths.

On Sunday, April 26, health officials announced 437 new cases and 24 more deaths, marking the lowest single-day increase by almost two-weeks.

On Monday, April 27, health officials announced 424 new cases bringing the total number of cases to 14,856. Monday further demonstrated there is starting to be a decline in the number of new cases in the province.

On Tuesday, April 28, health officials announced 525 new cases in Ontario, bringing the total number to 15,381. The GTA now accounts for 59.4% of all cases.

On Wednesday, April 29, the number of single-day COVID-19 cases in Ontario dropped significantly, with provincial health officials confirming 347 new cases and 45 more deaths.

On Thursday, April 30, health officials announced 86 new deaths, 459 new cases in the province.

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On Friday, May 1, Ontario reported 421 new cases of the coronavirus and 39 deaths, bringing the total to 1,121. Just over 65% of the 16,608 cases in the province are considered resolved.

On Saturday, May 2, Ontario reported 511 new coronavirus cases, 55 more deaths, bringing the province’s total known case count to 17,119.

On Sunday, May 3, Ontario confirmed 434 new test-positive COVID-19 cases, bringing the province’s total known case count to 17,553. The death toll also increased to 1,216 after 40 more people died of the illness in the last day.

On Monday, May 4, Ontario confirmed 370 new cases, bringing the province’s total number of known cases to 17,923. Health officials also confirmed 84 new deaths.

On Tuesday, May 5, the Province of Ontario confirmed 387 new cases of COVID-19 and another 61 deaths. Meanwhile, another 274 patients have fully recovered bringing the total of resolved cases to 12,779.

On Wednesday, May 6, Ontario reported 412 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 18,722. The province also confirmed 68 more deaths, bringing the total to 1,429. 

On Thursday, May 7, the province reported 399 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number over 19,000. However, 70% of the total cases have been resolved.

On Friday, May 8, 477 new coronavirus cases and 63 deaths were confirmed in Ontario, bringing the province’s total case number to 19,598.

On Saturday, May 9, the province of Ontario confirmed there are 59 more COVID-19 related deaths and 346 new cases.

On Sunday, May 10, the province confirmed 294 new COVID-19 cases and now the total known case count in Ontario now sits at 20,238.

On Monday, May 11, the province confirmed there were 308 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number to 20,546 in Ontario.

On Tuesday, May 12, officials confirming 361 new cases and 56 more COVID-19 related deaths, bringing the total case count to 20, 907.

On Wednesday, May 13, Ontario reported 329 additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the province’s total number since the outbreak began to more than 21,236.

On Thursday, May 14, Ontario reported its lowest number of new cases of COVID-19 in more than six weeks just as Premier Doug Ford gets set to announce more details about the plan to restart the province’s economy. The Ministry of Health reported 258 new cases of the virus and 33 more deaths.

On Friday, May 15, Ontario reported 428 new cases and 27 more deaths. There are now 21,992 cases and 1,852 COVID-related deaths in the province.

On Saturday, May 16, health officials reported 33 more deaths and 391 new coronavirus cases in Ontario, bringing the number of recorded cases in the province to over 22,000.

On Sunday, May 17, health officials confirmed 23 more deaths and 340 new coronavirus cases in Ontario.

On Monday, May 18, health officials confirmed 304 new cases of coronavirus and 23 more deaths, bringing the province’s total to 22,957.

On Tuesday, May 19, health officials confirmed 427 new cases of coronavirus and 15 more deaths, bringing the province’s total to 23,384.

On Wednesday, May 20, health officials confirmed there are 390 new coronavirus cases and 43 more deaths. The province’s total case count is now at 23,774.

On Thursday, May 21, health officials announced 413 new cases and 31 more deaths. The total number of positive coronavirus cases in the province is 24,187.

On Friday, May 22, Ontario confirmed there are 28 more COVID-19 related deaths and 441 new cases, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 24,628.

On Saturday, May 23, Ontario confirmed there have been 27 more COVID-19 related deaths and 412 new cases.

On Sunday, May 24, the province announced 460 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, the highest number of new cases in the last four days.

On Monday, May 25, the province confirmed there are 29 more COVID-19 related deaths and 404 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 25,904.

On Tuesday, May 26, the province reported 287 new case numbers, the lowest number since March. This brings the total number of cases in Ontario to 26,191.

On Wednesday, May 27, provincial health officials confirmed there were 292 new coronavirus cases and 32-virus related deaths.

On Thursday, May 28, in the province’s epidemiological summary released today, 383 new cases have been reported in Ontario, up from the number of new cases reported over the past two days. There were also 34 new deaths reported on Thursday.

On Friday, May 29, Ontario health officials confirmed there are 41 more COVID-19 related deaths and 344 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 27,210 in the province.

On Saturday, May 30, Ontario health officials announced 323 new cases and 17 deaths in the province.

On Sunday, May 31, Ontario health officials announced 326 new cases and 19 more deaths, bringing the total number of positive COVID cases to 27,859 in the province.

On Monday, June 1, Ontario health officials confirmed there have been 10 more COVID-19 related deaths and 404 new cases. This marks the first day new cases have been below 400 for a week, since May 26.

On Tuesday, June 2, provincial health officials confirmed there have been 17 more COVID-19 related deaths and 446 new cases. This marks an increase in new cases and deaths compared to the 404 new patients and 10 deceased reported on Monday.

On Wednesday, June 3, provincial health officials confirmed 338 new COVID-19 cases and reported 19 new deaths from the virus, ending a three-day trend of increases.

On Thursday, June 4, provincial health officials confirmed there have been 45 more COVID-19 related deaths and 356 new cases. The number of deaths more than doubled from Wednesday’s reported 19.

On Friday, June 5, provincial health officials confirmed there have been 15 more COVID-19 related deaths and 344 new cases, bringing the total number of cases in Ontario to 29,747. The number of news cases is a slight decrease compared to Thursday’s 356 and slightly more than Wednesday’s 338.

On Saturday, June 6, Ontario reported an increase in new coronavirus cases Saturday, with 455 new patients identified. Of those, 387 new cases were discovered in the past day and 68 cases were added to the count because of a delay between laboratory testing and reporting to public health

On Sunday, June 7, provincial health officials reported just 192 new coronavirus cases but announced a total of 415 new cases because 223 more were impacted by a delay between laboratory testing and reporting to public health.

On Monday, June 8, provincial health officials announced 243 new coronavirus cases in Ontario, which is the slowest they’ve been since March. The province also announced 24 more COVID-related deaths.

On Tuesday, June 9, provincial health officials confirmed there were 230 new coronavirus cases in Ontario, marking the second day in a row that new cases have been below 250. The province also reported 14 more COVID-related deaths.

On Wednesday, June 10, provincial health officials confirmed 251 new cases of the virus. That is up slightly from the 230 cases reported on Tuesday and the 243 cases reported on Monday. The Ministry of Health is also reporting 11 more deaths in COVID-19 patients, which is the lowest that number has been since June 1.

On Thursday, June 11, provincial health officials confirmed there have been 12 more COVID-19 related deaths and 203 new cases as of Thursday morning. This marks the lowest new number of cases since March.

On Friday, June 12, the number of new cases of COVID-19 fell under 200 for the first time in months, marking the continuation of a recent downward trend. The Ministry of Health says that there were 182 new instances of the virus, marking the lowest number since March 28.

On Saturday, June 13, health officials confirmed there were 266 new COVID-19 cases in the province, bringing Ontario’s total case count since the pandemic began to 31,992.

On Sunday, June 14, health officials confirmed there were 197 more COVID-19 cases in the province in addition to 12 more deaths.

On Monday, June 15, Ontario reported 181 new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the provincial total to 32,370.

On Tuesday, June 16, Ontario health officials confirmed there have been 11 more COVID-19 related deaths and 184 new cases as of Tuesday morning, marking the third day in a row known cases are under 200.

On Wednesday, June 17, health officials confirmed there have been 12 more COVID-19 related deaths and 190 new cases, marking the fourth day in a row known cases are under 200.

On Thursday, June 18, Ontario continued to see a decline in new COVID-19 cases and deaths with just 173 cases reported today along with three more virus-related deaths.

On Friday, June 19, provincial health officials reported 178 new cases of COVID-19, marking the sixth day in a row the new cases numbers have been below 200. This comes as some parts of the GTA enter the second stage of the province’s reopening plan.

On Saturday, June 20, Ontario reported 206 new coronavirus cases, the first time the province has discovered more than 200 new cases in six days.

On Sunday, June 21, provincial health officials confirmed there were 175 new coronavirus cases discovered in Ontario, which is in addition to 11 more deaths.

On Monday, June 22, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario continued to trend downward with 161 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed, down from the 175 reported one day earlier.

On Tuesday, June 23, Ontario reported a slight uptick in new COVID-19 cases in the province with more than 200 new cases confirmed. Provincial health officials say 216 new cases of the virus were reported today, up from 161 one day prior.

On Wednesday, June 24, provincial health officials reported 163 new cases of the virus, down from the 216 confirmed one day prior. The rolling five-day average of new cases is now 184, down from 187 yesterday.

On Thursday, June 25, Ontario reported a slight increase in new COVID-19 cases, however, the number of active cases in the province continues to decline. Provincial health officials confirmed 189 new cases, up slightly from the 163 reported one day earlier.

On Friday, June 26, Ontario reported its lowest number of new cases of COVID-19 in more than three months. Health officials said that there were 111 new instances of the virus, which would be the lowest number in any 24-hour period since March 25.

On Saturday, June 27, the Province of Ontario confirmed eight more COVID-19 related deaths and 160 new known cases of the illness, which is up from Friday’s record low numbers.

On Sunday, June 28,  for the third day in a row, the province confirmed an increase in COVID-19 cases, as 178 new known cases were reported. Provincial health officials also confirmed six more COVID-19 related deaths.

On Monday, June 29, the province reported a total of 257 new cases on Monday, 177 of which were found in Windsor-Essex, where there continues to be a spike in cases amongst the area’s migrant farm labourer population, and 80 in the rest of Ontario – representing a 44% increase over Sunday’s total.

On Tuesday, June 30, Ontario reported 157 new COVID-19 infections, a significant decline from Monday’s numbers. Officials also disclosed seven new deaths from novel coronavirus infection.

On Wednesday, July 1, Ontario health officials reported 149 new known cases of COVID-19.

On Thursday, July 2, provincial health officials reported 153 new COVID-19 cases and four more deaths related to the virus.

On Friday, July 3, Ontario health officials reported 165 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, a slight increase from Thursday, and two more COVID-related deaths.

On Sunday, July 5, there were 138 new coronavirus cases discovered in Ontario between Saturday and Sunday, many of them in temporary farmworkers in the Windsor-Essex area.

On Monday, July 6, provincial health officials confirmed there are 154 new COVID-19 cases on Monday morning, and reported no new deaths from the illness.

On Tuesday, July 7, Ontario reported 112 new cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths. This marks the lowest number since 111 cases were reported on June 26 and the second-lowest number in any 24-hour period since late March.

On Wednesday, July 8, the province reported 118 new cases of COVID-19 and nine new deaths. This is up slightly from Tuesday’s numbers, but still below the average of new infections during the past week.

On Thursday, July 9, Ontario reported 170 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths, the highest number of cases since late June.

On Friday, July 10, Ontario reported 111 new cases of COVID-19 and another seven deaths, marking a return to the lower numbers seen earlier this week.

On Saturday, July 11, provincial health officials confirmed 130 new COVID-19 cases along with six deaths from the illness, a day after the province’s active cases dipped to their lowest since before April.

On Sunday, July 12, the province announced a slight decrease from Saturday, with 129 new cases and three more deaths from the virus, bringing Ontario’s coronavirus death toll to 2719.

On Monday, July 13, the province confirmed there are 116 new known COVID-19 cases and three new deaths from the illness.

On Tuesday, July 14, Ontario reported 111 new COVID-19 cases and one new death, as a large portion of the province prepares to enter the final stage of reopening on Friday.

On Wednesday, July 15, Ontario reported 102 new cases of COVID-19, the lowest number of new infections since March 25. Today’s disclosure indicates that the province is continuing to see a downward trend of new and active cases.

On Thursday, July 16, the province reported a slight increase in the number of new cases of COVID-19 and confirmed 111 new infections, up slightly from the 102 reported on Wednesday.

On Friday, July 17, provincial health officials confirmed there are 111 new known COVID-19 cases, with nine more reported deaths from the illness.

On Saturday, July 18, Ontario reported 166 new known coronavirus cases, after a week of reporting low new infection numbers. The province also reported two more deaths from the virus on Saturday, bringing Ontario’s coronavirus death toll to 2,748.

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On Sunday, July 19, Ontario reported 164 new known coronavirus cases, including three more deaths from the virus over the past 24-hours, bringing Ontario’s coronavirus death toll to 2,751.

On Monday, July 20, Ontario confirmed there are 135 new known COVID-19 cases, with one more reported death from the illness.

On Tuesday, July 21, Ontario reported 203 new cases of COVID-19, the first time new infections in the province surpassed 200 in more than three weeks.

On Wednesday, July 22, Ontario reported 165 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths, which is somewhat lower than Tuesday’s case spike where new case growth hit its highest point all month.

On Thursday, July 23,  the Province of Ontario confirmed there are 103 new known COVID-19 cases on Thursday morning, with no more reported deaths from the illness.

On Friday, July 24, provincial public health officials said 195 new cases of the virus were reported, nearly double the number of new cases confirmed in the previous report (103).

On Saturday, July 25, the Province of Ontario confirmed there are 138 new known COVID-19 cases and one death as a result of the virus.

On Sunday, July 26, the province announced 137 new cases, with the majority of Sunday’s new cases (58%) are in people under 40.

On Monday, July 27, Ontario reported 119 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death with the bulk of new cases coming from Windsor-Essex, Ottawa, and Toronto.

On Tuesday, July 28, Ontario reported 111 new cases, a slight dip in the number of new COVID-19 infections, with fewer than 20 new cases of the virus reported in the Greater Toronto Area.

On Wednesday, July 29, for the first time in more than four months, Ontario reported fewer than 100 new cases of COVID-19. Provincial health officials say 76 new cases of the virus were reported today, down from 111 one day prior.

On Thursday, July 30, Ontario reported 89 cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths, a higher case count than what was detected on Wednesday but still lower than most of the past four months.

On Friday, July 31, the Province of Ontario confirmed there are 134 new known COVID-19 cases and three more deaths related to the illness. This is a surge from Thursday’s 89 new cases and Wednesday’s 76 new cases, the lowest reported figure since the end of March.

On Saturday, August 1, the Province of Ontario confirmed there are 124 new known COVID-19 cases and two more deaths related to the illness.

On Sunday, August 2, Ontario reported 116 new known coronavirus cases, marking the third day in a row this week the province has discovered more than 100 new cases per day.

On Monday, August 3, Ontario health officials reported 88 new COVID-19 cases, however, there were no deaths reported on.

On Tuesday, August 4, Ontario health officials reported 91 new COVID-19 cases and four more deaths, marking a significant drop from earlier in the long weekend.

On Wednesday, August 5, Ontario health officials reported 86 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths, marking the longest stretch the province’s new cases have stayed below 100 per day since late March.

On Thursday, August 6, Ontario health officials reported 95 cases of COVID-19 and one new death, which now marks the longest stretch with fewer than 100 new cases per day since the end of March.

On Friday, August 7, Provincial health officials say 88 new cases of the virus were confirmed, down from the 95 reported one day prior.

On Saturday, August 8, provincial health officials confirmed there were 70 new cases of the virus, which is down slightly from Friday’s 88.

On Sunday, August 9, provincial health officials confirmed a slight uptick in new cases, after 79 new cases were recorded.

On Monday, August 10, for the first time in a week, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario surpassed 100. According to the province’s latest disclosure, 115 new cases of the virus were confirmed in Ontario over the past 24 hours.

On Tuesday, August 11, Provincial health officials reported 33 new cases of the virus, down substantially from the 115 confirmed on Monday and the 79 reported on Sunday. However, the latest disclosure shows -21 new cases in Toronto due to “routine data clean-up,” Health Minister Christine Elliott tweeted on Tuesday morning.

On Wednesday, August 12, Ontario reported 95 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death, a notable uptick from 33 cases reported a day earlier. According to the province’s epidemiological summary, the majority of new cases are coming from Toronto (19) and Peel (16).

On Thursday, August 13, Ontario reported a dip in new cases of COVID-19 after a slight uptick in new infections on Wednesday but the province says Thursday’s numbers exclude recent data from Toronto Public Health. Provincial health officials said 78 new cases of the virus were confirmed, down from the 95 reported one day prior.

On Friday, August 14, Ontario reported 92 new COVID-19 cases and one new death, which now includes data from Toronto which was unavailable on Thursday.

On Saturday, August 15, the Province of Ontario confirmed 106 new COVID-19 cases, the highest reported figures since Monday, along with one death.

On Sunday, August 16, provincial health officials confirmed there were 81 new COVID-19 cases, which is down from both Saturday and Friday.

On Monday, August 17, Ontario health officials reported 99 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths, the highest since Saturday when the count of new cases hit triple digits.

On Tuesday, August 18, Ontario reported 125 new COVID-19 infections and four new deaths, the highest daily count of infections in more than one month.

On Wednesday, August 19, the Province of Ontario confirmed 102 new known COVID-19 cases and one more reported death.

On Thursday, August 20, the Province of Ontario confirmed 76 new known COVID-19 cases, with one reported death. According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, the case count does not include updated data from 11 public health units.

On Friday, August 21, Ontario reported its highest number of new COVID-19 infections in weeks but the tally includes some older cases from public health units that were unable to upload their information to the province’s database earlier this week. The Ministry of Health says that there were 131 new cases of the virus confirmed on Thursday, which would be the highest number since 134 cases were reported back on July 31.

On Saturday, August 22, Ontario health officials reported 108 new COVID-19 cases, down notably from Friday’s 131 cases.

On Sunday, August 23, Ontario health officials reported 115 COVID-19 cases, a slight increase from Saturday.

On Monday, August 24, new cases were down in Ontario again, after Ontario health officials reported 105 new COVID-19 cases.

On Tuesday, August 25, case numbers continued to decline after 100 new COVID-19 cases were reported by provincial health officials.

On Wednesday, August 26, provincial health officials reported another decline in case numbers, as just 88 new COVID-19 cases were reported.

On Thursday, August 27, provincial health officials reported another increase in case numbers, after 118 new COVID-19 cases were recorded.

On Friday, August 28, Ontario health officials reported a slight increase in case numbers, as 122 COVID-19 cases were reported.

On Saturday, August 29, Ontario health officials reported another increase in daily case numbers, after 148 new COVID-19 cases were reported.

On Sunday, August 30, the province confirmed 112 new known cases of COVID-19, a drop in case numbers from Sunday’s 148.

On Monday, August 31, Ontario is reporting more than 100 new cases of COVID-19 for the fifth day in a row. The Ministry of Health says that there were 114 new instances of the virus confirmed since Sunday as the province’s labs processed 25,098 tests.

On Tuesday, September 1, Ontario recorded 112 new cases of COVID-19, marking the sixth consecutive day Ontario has reported more than 100 new cases of the virus.

On Wednesday, September 2, Ontario reported 133 new cases of COVID-19, the second-highest daily count since July.

On Thursday, September 3, the province confirmed 132 new known cases of COVID-19 — hovering around the same number for the second day in a row. There were no reported deaths and 199 resolved cases were reported.

On Friday, September 4, the Ministry of Health said that there were 148 new cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus confirmed over the last 24 hours, including 72 in Peel Region.

While the outbreak is a serious public health concern on a global scale, most people who contract the coronavirus do not become seriously ill, and only a small percentage require intensive care. Older people and those with existing health conditions, like heart or lung disease, are at higher risk.

All information is accurate as of Friday, September 4 at 10:30 am

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