Ontario’s So Close To Having Less Than 100 New COVID-19 Cases Per Day
It's the lowest numbers we've seen in months.
It looks like Ontario's downward trend is continuing. The province's Minister of Health, Christine Elliott, has announced that Ontario's new COVID-19 cases were at 102 on Wednesday.
According to a tweet from Elliott, these numbers are the lowest that we have seen since March 25, nearly four months ago.
Number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario on July 15
In fact, out of Ontario's 34 public health units, 31 of them have reported fewer than five new cases on Wednesday.
While 19 of the health units have even reported no new cases at all.
The news comes as parts of Ontario get ready to startof the reopening plan this Friday.
Areas such as, Niagara and Windsor will remain in stage two.