Ontario is seeing a rise in new cases this Friday as numbers spike above 100. 

According to the province's Minister of Health, Christine Elliott, 134 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario were reported on July 31.

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new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario on July 31

Elliott states that out of these new cases, 26 were reported in Ottawa, while 24 were in the Windsor-Essex area.

These numbers are a slight increase from the past two days, where the province had seen numbers drop under 100. 

"While a slight uptick over the past two days, 28 of 34 PHUs are reporting five or fewer cases," reports Elliott. 

This brings the total number of COVID-19 cases to 39,209 province-wide. However, 35,074 of those cases have been resolved.