To go along with 38 fatalities, the Ministry of Health reported there were 514 more cases related to COVID-19 in the province’s latest 24-hour stretch.
It’s the second highest daily spike in cases Ontario has recorded since the start of the outbreak.
The update raises its death toll to 423 and its case count to 8,961. Among those diagnoses, there are 4,194 people who have recovered, while 807 people are in hospital, including 244 in intensive care and 200 patients on ventilators.
The Ministry of Health’s statistics, which are released at 10:30 a.m., are current as of 4 p.m. the evening before. As of their last update, 128,093 total tests for COVID-19 have been administered, while 4,323 people remain under investigation in Ontario.