Ontario reported 121 new cases, 174 recoveries and five COVID-19 related fatalities in its latest 24-hour stretch.
It’s the second fewest daily cases the province has recorded since March 25, only behind the 111 patients it reported June 26.
Of the 121 recently identified cases, 72 of them were identified in the Greater Toronto Area. In Ontario, 48 of the patients were between the ages of 40-59, the most of any age groups. There were also 43 patients between the ages of 20-39.
Of the province’s 35,656 cases throughout the pandemic, there are now 1,886 that are currently active, since 31,083 have been resolved. The death toll now stands at 2,687.
Of the active cases, there are 150 people in hospital (down by five since Friday), which includes 39 in intensive care (down by one) and 26 who require a ventilator (up by one).
According to the Ministry of Long-Term Care, there are 36 active outbreaks around the province. Among the active cases, there are 165 residents (down by two), and 263 staff members (down by 24). Throughout the pandemic, 1821 residents have died (up by four), and seven staff.