Canada's most populous province got some good news about the ongoing pandemic today.

Ontario's daily new COVID-19 cases remained under 200 for the fifth day in a row, with some areas reporting that they have no new cases at all.

29 out of 34

The number of public health units with less than 5 new cases.

29 out of 34 Ontario Public Health Units reported five or fewer new cases, with 16 of them reporting no new cases at all.

That's according to a tweet from Ontario Minister of Health Christine Elliott.

In addition, 174 of the province's cases were resolved, meaning the province now has 53 fewer active cases overall, bringing the total to 4573.

Over 21,000 tests were also completed the previous day, bringing the province's total to just over 1.5 million, 14,594 of which are still currently under investigation.

This is the lowest increase in new cases in Ontario, which has seen 35,656 COVID-19 cases in total, in over a week, according to Global News.

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