Ontario reports 204 new cases of COVID-19, one new death

Ontario is reporting 204 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death, making this the third straight day the case count is over 200.

Saturday’s new case count was 232 and  Friday’s count was 213.

According to Health Minister Christine Elliot, Toronto reported the most new cases in the province with 63. Ottawa and Peel follow.

Elliot also said 64 per cent of the new cases in Ontario were found in people under the age of 40.

There are now 1,848 active cases of COVID-19 in the province.

Here’s how the numbers break down in our area:

Haldimand-Norfolk: 2 new cases, 22 active cases

Brant: 1 new case, 3 active cases

Niagara: 0 new cases, 20 active cases

Halton: 46 active cases **data from Sept. 11; have not updated for Sept. 13

Hamilton: 93 active cases **data from Sept. 11; have not updated for Sept. 13