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After 24,000 tests in a 24-hour period, Ontario reported just 102 new cases of Coronavirus on July 15, marking the lowest point on a downward trend.
Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott took to Twitter to announce that only three of the province’s 34 local public health units reported more than five new cases. Nineteen of these units reported zero new cases. Forty-nine of the new cases were reported in Toronto, with 15 in Windsor-Essex, 14 in Peel, five in York, three in Durham, and two in Halton.
The province reported that there have been 9 new deaths, and a total of 135 cases are now considered “resolved.” The province has had 37,052 confirmed cases. Of the resolved cases, there have been 32,920 recoveries and 2,732 deaths.
The province has also reported that the number of outbreaks in long-term and old age homes remains unchanged at 38.
For a full breakdown of coronavirus cases in Ontario, visit Ontario.ca