Ontario is reporting 409 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death.
About half of the new cases were reported in Toronto, according to Minister of Health Christine Elliott.
Ontario is reporting 409 cases of #COVID19 as more than 41,800 tests were completed. Locally, there are 204 new cases in Toronto with 66 in Peel and 40 in Ottawa. 65% of today’s cases are in people under the age of 40.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) September 25, 2020
The province is also reporting 29 new COVID-19 cases related to schools, including at least 10 among students.
Those bring the number of schools with a reported case to 198 out of Ontario’s 4,828 publicly-funded schools.
A total of 41,865 tests were completed.
According to the province, that number includes some that were not reported in Thursday’s update because of technical issues with the system.
More than 65,000 tests are still under investigation.
Another 283 cases were marked as resolved and the death toll sits at 2,837.
There are 3,899 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario.
The number of hospitalized patients is 87, with 25 of those in ICU and 13 of those on a ventilator.
Here’s how the numbers break down in our region:
Haldimand-Norfolk: 0 new cases, 4 active cases
Brant: 3 new case, 16 active cases
Niagara: 4 new cases, 43 active cases
Halton: 17 new cases, 162 active cases
Hamilton: 3 new cases, 72 active cases