Coronavirus Canada Updates: Ontario reports 1,822 new COVID-19 cases, 29 more deaths

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Ontario reported another 1,822 cases of COVID-19 and 29 more deaths linked to the illness on Saturday.

The new cases include 566 in Toronto, 516 in Peel Region and 145 in York Region. Hamilton and Waterloo saw 105 and 102 additional cases, respectively.

Other public health units that saw double-digit increases were:

Halton: 68.
Windsor-Essex: 57.
Durham Region: 48.
Ottawa: 46.
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph: 25.
Niagara Region: 21.
Simcoe Muskoka: 21.
Middlesex-London: 20.
Eastern Ontario: 13.
Huron Perth: 11.
Grey Bruce: 10.
Thunder Bay: 10.

(Note: All of the figures used in this story are found on the Ontario health ministry’s COVID-19 dashboard or in its daily epidemiologic summary. The number of cases for any region may differ from what is reported by the local public health unit because local units report figures at different times.)

The newly confirmed infections push the seven-day average up to 1,523, the highest it has been since the outbreak began in late January. The numbers come after the province set a single-day record for new cases on Friday.

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