One Toronto hospital was celebrating this weekend. On July 3, Humber River Hospital announced that they had no COVID-19 patients in the ICU for the first time in months.
In a tweet, the medical centre revealed that they haven't seen numbers this low since March 14.
Wow!!! Today is the first day since Mar 14th that our Intensive Care Unit are #COVIDー19 patient free! Thank you t… https://t.co/9RP5YYyyHy— Humber River Hospital (@Humber River Hospital)1593797220.0
"Thank you to the 6th floor staff and physicians that have bonded together and provided exceptional care in this pandemic," the tweet read.
"Today is a day to celebrate at #HRH."
The hopeful news comes as new cases of COVID-19 continue to decline across the province.
For six days in a row, the government has reported less than 200 cases.
Sunday also brought one of the lowest death counts that the province has seen, reports CTV News.