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387 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Ontario, plus 68 unreported

Ontario's total case count has now exceeded 30,000
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Public Health Ontario has reported 387 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 68 cases that were not previously reported to public health.

The total reported cases today (455) brings the province’s cumulative total to 30,202 confirmed cases.

There are also 35 more deaths reported today by the province’s public health agency.

Among the deaths reported today are seven people between the ages of 60 and 79, and 28 people over the age of 80.

Public Health Ontario has reported a total of 2,407 deaths attributed to COVID-19 to-date. According to the daily epidemiology report, there have been 1,549 deaths of long-term care residents reported.

The Ministry of Long-Term Care, however, has reported 1,717 residents have died. Public Health Ontario reports usually lag behind those of the ministry.

There are currently 673 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, including 117 in intensive care and 97 on ventilators.

Today’s update includes 364 more reported recoveries. A case is considered recovered if the person is not hospitalized and once 14 days has passed since the onset of symptoms.

In total, there are now 23,947 cases reported recovered, which is 79.3 per cent of the total cases confirmed in the province.

Based on Public Health Ontario’s report, there are still 3,848 active cases of COVID-19 in the province.

Since last report, there were 23,105 tests processed and there are 12,384 tests awaiting results.

As of Friday, June 5, Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit has reported 486 cases of COVID-19 in the region, including 410 recoveries and 36 deaths attributed to the coronavirus. There are six people in hospital and 34 people recovering at home. The health unit does not provide public updates on the weekends.

The incidence rate (including lab-confirmed cases only) for Simcoe County is 88.6 cases per 100,000 people. The provincial average is 203.2 cases per 100,000 population.

The case breakdown by municipality, according to the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit, is as follows:

  • Barrie (157 total cases, 131 recoveries, 14 deaths)

  • Bradford West Gwillimbury (101 total cases, 85 recoveries, 12 deaths)

  • New Tecumseth (51 total cases, 43 recoveries, two in hospital, one death)

  • Innisfil (38 total cases, 32 recoveries, two in hospital)

  • Orillia (17 total cases, 14 recoveries, two deaths, one in hospital)

  • Collingwood (15 total cases, all recovered)

  • Wasaga Beach (13 total cases, 12 recoveries, one death)

  • Clearview (seven total cases, six recoveries, one death)

  • Springwater (nine total cases, seven recoveries, one death)

  • Midland (six total cases, all recovered)

  • Oro-Medonte (six total cases, three recoveries, two deaths)

  • Adjala-Tosorontio (seven total cases, all recovered)

  • Essa (14 total cases, 11 recoveries, one death)

  • Ramara (seven total cases, all recovered)

  • Tiny (three total cases, all recovered)

  • Tay (five total cases, all recovered)

  • Penetanguishene (five total cases, three recovered)

  • Severn (six total cases, three recovered)