Ontario reported 197 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, the second day in a week that the province has reported fewer than 200 new cases.
The 0.6 per cent increase brings the total number of cases in the province to 32,189, with 83.8 per cent of those cases classified as resolved, including 423 marked resolved in Sunday’s report.
The trend in Ontario has been steadily declining now since June 3.
Twenty-seven of the province’s 34 public health units reported five of fewer cases, and 20 of those reported no new cases at all.
27 deaths in Quebec
Quebec health officials have added 27 COVID-19 related deaths today, bringing the provincial total to 5,222 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Authorities reported a seventh straight day of fewer than 200 new cases, reporting 128 on Sunday for a total of 53,952 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Hospitalizations were down by 19 to 769 while 85 of those patients are in intensive care, a drop of 17.
Of the 27 deaths added today, 14 were classified as new deaths while the other 13 occurred before June 6.