Ontario logs 780 new COVID-19 cases as seven-day average continues to rise – CTV

December 1, 2021

TORONTO — Health officials reported an additional 780 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario on Wednesday, as well as six more deaths related to the disease.

For the most part, Ontario has seen more than 700 infections daily over the last week, with Tuesday being the exception with 687 cases.

There were 788 COVID-19 cases reported Monday, 964 on Sunday and 854 on Saturday.

As a result, Ontario’s seven-day rolling average of daily infections continues to rise, standing at about 821 on Wednesday. This represents a significant increase from the previous week when that number was 692.

The last time the seven-day average was this high was on June 4.

With just over 35,300 tests processed in the last 24 hours, the province’s positivity rate is about 3.1 per cent

Read more: https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/ontario-logs-780-new-covid-19-cases-as-seven-day-average-continues-to-rise-1.5688748

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