More cases continue to be confirmed in the province. COVID-19 in Ontario has now surpassed 30,000 with more than 400 being reported in on June 6. However, not all of those are actually new ones.\nOntario released new COVID-19 data for the province at 10:30 a.m. ET on June 6.\nAs of that time, the total number of confirmed cases of the virus in Ontario reached 30,202.\nOf the confirmed cases, 455 were part of the daily total reported but not all of them are newly discovered ones.\nDue to a delay in reporting between a laboratory and public health, 68 cases made public on June 6 should have been part of earlier reports.\nPublic Health Ontario told the CBC that the delay was because of a communication breakdown between an assessment centre and hospital lab that didn't communicate positive tests to public health units.\nIf there was no delay, the daily total for the day would have been 387.\nThat's a 1.5% increase from the previous day's report.\nAlso, the total number of deaths in the province related to the virus is 2,407.\nOn a lighter note, 23,947 of people who have tested positive for the virus, or 79.3%, have recovered from it.\nIt’s never been more important to get tested for #COVID19 & take everyday actions to reduce exposure & protect people’s health. Physical distancing, frequent hand washing & wearing a non-medical face covering will continue to be crucial in Ontario’s fight against this virus. pic.twitter.com/AT0sBzxKI6— Doug Ford (@fordnation) June 2, 2020\nSo far, only 12.2% of cases have resulted in hospitalization.\nThe Greater Toronto Area accounts for 66.9% of all COVID-19 cases in the province.\nOn June 4, the Public Health Agency of Canada released new data on the virus that showed more than 90% of the national case count over the previous 14 days coming from Ontario and Quebec.\nView this post on Instagram With my upcoming spinal injection op, I'm fortunate to be able to get tested for #covid19. (It seems to me that many, many, if not the majority of people, are still not able to get a covid test. I'm given one because of the upcoming anesthesia.) This is the 48-hour test and I'm still awaiting my results. This test doesn't require jabbing the swab so deep as for the instant results test. #thankyounh #thankyoufrontliners #thankyouhealthcareworkers #covidsafety #ohyeahthepandemic #coronavirustesting #coronavirustest #covidtesting #covidtest #covid19testing #covid19test A post shared by Skip MacIntyre (@skipmacintyre) on Jun 1, 2020 at 2:45pm PDT\nThe same day that this spike in new cases was reported, Ontario extended emergency orders until June 19.\nThat means that all the measures currently in place like the limits on gatherings and the restrictions on restaurants will continue on.\nEmergency orders were supposed to expire on June 9.\nEarlier in the week, the province's state of emergency was extended until June 30.