Two-Thirds Of All Health Units In Ontario Have Zero New Cases Of COVID-19
112 new cases were reported today.
Ontarians got some hopeful news on Tuesday. According to the province's Minister of Health, Christine Elliott, two-thirds of all health units are reporting no new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario.
In a tweet, Elliott stated that out of the 34 public health units across the province, 23 of them are reporting zero new cases.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario on July 7.
The hopeful news follows the continuation of the downward trend that the province has been seeing.
The Ontario government reported a 0.3% increase, with 112 new cases.
According to CP24, this is the lowest number reported in over a week.
This brings the total number of cases up to 36,060. However, out of these, 31,603 of them are resolved.