Of the province’s 7,470 cases of COVID-19, the Ministry of Health says that 3,357 have recovered (44.9 per cent), which includes 236 cases that have been resolved in the past 24 hours.
Ontario recorded 7,470 diagnoses after health officials identified 421 new patients on Monday, to go along with 17 more fatalities, bringing the province’s death toll to 291. Among the total cases, 760 people are in hospital, including 263 in intensive care and 203 who are on ventilators.
The Ministry of Health’s statistics that were released at 10:30 a.m. are current as of 4 p.m. the evening before. As of their last update, health officials have administered 108,230 tests for COVID-19, while 1,534 people remain under investigation.