There are now 342 cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, after health officials diagnosed 32 more patients.
Among their total cases, 11 are in hospital, including five in intensive care, while 77 people have recovered from the virus. There is still one fatality related to the virus, which was reported April 7.
– Health officials in Ontario have diagnosed 550 new patients with COVID-19, marking the biggest increase in reported cases in a 24-hour span.
The Ministry of Health’s website also recorded 21 more deaths in the province, but it’s unclear at this moment who are the victims. The recent updates, which are current as of 4 p.m. the day before, raise Ontario’s death toll to 174 and its total cases to 5,276.
Among the cases, there are 2,074 people who have recovered from the virus; 605 people are in hospital, including 246 in intensive care and 195 patients on ventilators.
As of April 8, health officials have administered 84,601 tests, while 1,102 people remain under investigation.