TORONTO -- There have been a total of 25,500 positive cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reported in Ontario thus far.

There are currently 2,073 COVID-19-related deaths in Ontario, while 19,477 others have recovered.

CTV News Toronto will be updating this daily breakdown with the latest information as it becomes available.

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May 24: The province recorded 460 new cases and 25 deaths related to the novel coronavirus Sunday morning, the fourth straight day that daily case numbers have been above 400. The rise represents a 1.8 per cent increase over yesterday's total.

May 23: The province recorded 412 new cases and 27 more deaths related to the novel coronavirus Saturday morning, marking a 1.7 per cent increase over the day prior. This marks the third consecutive day health officials have confirmed more than 400 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario.As it stands, there are 25,040 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, including 2,048 deaths. The number of resolved COVID-19 cases continues to outweigh active cases in the province at 19,146 recoveries or 76.5 per cent.

May 22: Ontario confirms the highest number of new COVID-19 cases in a single day in exactly two weeks. Health officials logged 441 new cases and 28 more deaths, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 24, 628, including 2,021 deaths and 18,767 recoveries.

May 21: The number of new COVID-19 cases reported in a single day in Ontario has climbed back up to above 400 as the provincial death toll nears 2,000. Provincial health officials confirmed 413 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 31 more deaths, bringing the total number of patients in Ontario to 24,187, including 1,993 deaths and 18,509 recoveries.

May 20: Ontario health officials record 390 new cases of COVID-19 and 43 more deaths. The total number of patients infected with the disease in the province rises to 23,744, including 1,962 deaths and 18,190 recoveries.

May 19: 427 more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed by Ontario health officials Tuesday morning, as well as 15 more deaths. This marks the lowest number of deaths reported by the province in a single day since April 6. There have been 23,384 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario reported to date, including 1,919 and 17,898 recoveries. 

May 18: A little more than 1,900 people have died in Ontario after contracting COVID-19. On Monday health officials confirmed 304 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 23 more deaths. The new patients bring the province's total number of COVID-19 cases to 22, 957, including 1,904 deaths and 17,638 recoveries.

May 17: Ontario health officials reported a slight dip in COVID-19 cases on Sunday. There are 340 new cases of the novel coronavirus and 23 more deaths. The new patients bring the province's total number of COVID-19 cases to 22653, including 1,881 deaths and 17,360 recoveries.

May 16: Ontario health officials have reported 391 new cases of COVID-19, including 33 more deaths. This marks the highest number of cases reported in a single day since May 9. The new patients bring the province's total number of COVID-19 cases to 22,313, including 1,858 deaths and 17,020 recoveries.

May 15: Ontario records 341 new COVID-19 cases and 27 more deaths, while adding that a data error on Thursday incorrectly reported the lowest number of new patients in six weeks. The province now has 21,922 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, including 1,825 deaths and 16,641 recoveries. There were 258 cases logged by health officials on Thursday, but a “small glitch” meant that number was “inaccurate,” the province’s health minister said. There were really 345 new cases of the disease that day. 

May 14: Ontario records the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in the province in more than six weeks. Provincial health officials reported 258 new cases and 33 more deaths, bringing the total to 21,496, including 1,798 deaths and 16,204 recoveries.

May 13: Ontario's number of new COVID-19 cases remains relatively static. Health officials reported 329 new patients on Wednesday, including 40 more deaths. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed cases in Ontario to 21,236. At least 1,765 people have died while 15,845 cases have been resolved.

May 12: Health officials reported another 361 cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, including 56 more deaths. There have been a total of 20,907 lab-confirmed cases of the disease in the province so far. At least 1,725 people have died while 15,391 have recovered.

May 11: Ontario health officials reported 308 new cases of COVID-19 in the province, including 35 more deaths. There have been a total of 20,546 lab-confirmed cases of the disease so far. At least 1,669 people have died in Ontario while 15,131 have recovered.

May 10: Health officials reported another dip in new COVID-19 cases in Ontario on Sunday morning with 294 new confirmed cases, marking the lowest number of new cases reported by the province since March 31. This brings the total number of cases in the province to 20,238, including 1,634 deaths and 14,772 recoveries.

May 9: The province recorded its lowest daily number of new cases of COVID-19 since April 6 on Saturday morning. There are 19,944 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ontario, including 1,599 deaths and 14,383, up 393 over Friday's report.

May 8: Ontario health officials confirm 477 new cases of COVID-19 and 68 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 19,598, including 1,540 deaths and 13,990 recoveries.

May 7: Ontario health officials confirm 399 new cases of COVID-19 and 48 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 19,121, including 1,477 deaths and 13,569 recoveries.

May 6: Ontario health officials confirm 412 new cases of COVID-19 and 68 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 18,722, including 1,429 deaths and 13,222 recoveries.

May 5: Ontario health officials confirm 387 new cases of COVID-19 and 61 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 18,310, including 1,361 deaths and 12,779 recoveries.

May 4: Ontario health officials confirm 370 new cases of COVID-19 and 84 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 17,923, including 1,300 deaths and 12,505 recoveries.

May 3: Ontario health officials confirm 434 new cases of COVID-19 and 40 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 17,553, including 1,216 deaths and 12,005 recoveries.

May 2: Ontario health officials confirm 511 new cases of COVID-19 and 55 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 17,119, including 1,176 deaths and 11,390 recoveries.

May 1: Ontario health officials confirm 421 new cases of COVID-19 and 39 more deaths. The new patients bring the total number of novel coronavirus cases to 16,608, including 1,121 deaths and 10,825 recoveries.

April 30: Ontario surpasses 1,000 COVID-19 deaths. Provincial health officials logged a single-day high with 86 deceased patients. The total number of cases in the province climbed to 16,187, including 10,205 recoveries, as 459 new cases of the virus were confirmed.

April 29: Ontario records the lowest amount of new COVID-19 cases in one day since April 6. Health officials confirmed 347 more cases of the novel coronavirus and 45 additional deaths. The province’s death toll now sits at 996 and the total number of confirmed cases is 15,728, including deaths and 9,612 recoveries.

April 28: The number of COVID-19 cases in the province has surpassed 15,000. Ontario health officials confirmed 525 new cases of the virus, as well as an additional 59 deaths. The death toll now sits at 951. The province is reporting 8,964 recoveries.

April 27: Ontario health officials confirm 424 more cases of COVID-19 in the province and 57 new deaths. The death toll now sits at 892 and the total number of cases has reached 14,856, including 8,525 recoveries.

April 26: The number of COVID-19 cases in the province has surpassed 14,000. Ontario health officials have confirmed 437 more cases of COVID-19, including 24 additional deaths. This brings the total number of cases in the province to 14,432, including 835 deaths and 8,000 recoveries.

April 25: Ontario health officials have confirmed 476 more cases of COVID-19, including 48 additional deaths. This brings the total number of cases in the province to 13,995, including 811 deaths and 7,509 recoveries.

April 24: The province confirmed 640 more cases of COVID-19 Friday morning as well as 50 more deaths related to the outbreak. There are currently 13,519 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ontario, including 763 deaths and 7,087 resolved cases.

April 23: The province confirmed 634 more cases of COVID-19 Thursday morning as well as 54 more deaths related to the outbreak. There are currently 12,879 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ontario, including 713 deaths and 6,680 resolved cases.

April 22: Ontario health officials confirmed 510 new cases of COVID-19, including 37 new deaths. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 12,245, including 6,221 recoveries. Six hundred and fifty-nine people have died as a result of the virus.Officials confirmed that 878 people are in hospitals receiving treatment for COVID-19 and of those cases, 243 are in the intensive care unit. One hundred and ninety-two of those patients in the ICU are on a ventilator.

April 21: Ontario recorded 38 more COVID-19 deaths Tuesday morning, as well as 551 more cases of the virus. There are currently 11,735 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, including 5,806 recoveries and 622 deaths.

April 20: Ontario health officials reported 606 new cases of COVID-19 and 31 deaths linked to the virus Monday morning. There are currently 11,184 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the province, including 584 deaths and 5,515 recoveries

April 19: Ontario records 568 more cases of COVID-19 and 39 new deaths.There are currently 5,736 people under investigation for the novel coronavirus.

April 18: Ontario surpasses 10,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The province announed 485 new cases of the virus and 36 additional deaths. There are currently 6,833 people under investigation for the novel coronavirus.

April 17: Ontario's COVID-19 fatalities and case numbers soar to a single-day high, with 55 deaths and 564 cases reported. There are currently 9,525 cases of COVID-19 in the province, including 478 deaths and 4,556 recoveries. The data shows that 362 patients have recovered in the last 24 hours.

April 16: Ontario health officials report an additional 38 deaths related to COVID-19 while confirming 514 new cases of the virus. There are now 8,961 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, which includes 423 deaths and 4,194 recoveries. Close to 300 cases have recovered in the last 24 hours alone.

April 15: Ontario recorded 51 more deaths linked to the virus, as well as 494 more cases. In the province, there are 795 people receiving treatment in hospital for COVID-19, including 254 patients in the intensive care unit. Of all patients, 12.7 per cent of them have been hospitalized at one point. There are now 3,902 resolved cases in the province.

April 14: Ontario health officials say that 43 more people have died as a result of COVID-19, while confirming 483 new cases of the virus. While the number of those hospitalized for COVID-19 has increased by nine patients since Monday, there is a decrease in the number of those being treated in an intensive care unit. There are currently 769 patients in hospital, 255 of which are in the ICU, down from 263 reported a day earlier. The number of those requiring a ventilator is also down to 199, from 203 on Monday.

April 13: Seventeen more deaths were confirmed by Ontario health officials as they announced 421 new cases of the novel coronavirus. These new cases bring the total in the province to 7,470. Of those cases, 44.4 per cent are male and 55 per cent are female. Officials said that 33.7 per cent are between the ages of 40 and 59, 24.3 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 20 and 39, 24.1 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 60 and 79, 15.4 per cent of all patients are 80 years of age or older and 2.3 per cent of all patients are 19 year of age or younger. There are currently 1,534 people are under investigation for the virus.

April 12: Ontario health officials confirmed 401 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, including 21 more deaths. This brings the total number of cases in Ontario to 7,049. Of those cases, 44.8 per cent of all patients in the province are male and 54.6 per cent are female. Officials said that 34.1 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 40 and 59, 24.7 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 20 and 39, 24.3 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 60 and 79, 14.6 per cent of all patients are 80 years of age or older and 2.4 per cent of all patients are 19 year of age or younger. There are currently 1,619 people are under investigation for the virus.

April 11: Ontario health officials confirmed 411 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, including 31 more deaths. This brings the total number of cases in Ontario to 6,648. Of those cases, 54.3 per cent of all patients are female and 45.1 per cent are male. Officials said that 34.6 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 40 and 59, 24.8 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 20 and 39, 24.3 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 60 and 79, 13.8 per cent of all patients are 80 years of age or older and 2.4 per cent of all patients are 19 year of age or younger. There are currently 1,517 people are under investigation for the virus.

April 10: Ontario health officials confirmed 478 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, including 22 more deaths. This brings the total number of cases in Ontario to 6,237. Of those cases, 54.1 per cent of all patients are female and 45.3 per cent are male—37 cases did not specify their gender. 34.6 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 40 and 59, 25.2 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 20 and 39, 24.2 per cent of all patients are between the ages of 60 and 79, 13.4 per cent of all patients are 80 years of age or older and 2.4 per cent of all patients are 19 year of age or younger. There are currently 1,598 people are under investigation for the virus.

April 9: The number of deaths related to COVID-19 in Ontario has reached 200. Ontario health officials confirmed 483 new cases of the virus, including 26 more deaths. Of the patients, 45.5 per cent are male and 53.8 per cent are female. There are 141 patients under the age of 20, 1,464 between the ages of 20 and 39 years old, 1,996 are between 40 and 59 years old, and 1,412 patients are between 60 and 79 years old. Seven-hundred-and-forty of the patients are 80 years old or older. There are an additional 1,208 people under investigation for COVID-19.

April 8: The number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario has surpassed 5,000. Ontario health officials confirmed 550 new cases in the province, including 21 more deaths. Of those cases, 46.1 per cent were male and 53.3 per cent were female. There are 129 patients under the age of 20, 1,369 between the ages of 20 and 39, 1,851 between the ages of 40 and 59, and 1,300 patients between the ages of 60 and 79. Six-hundred-and-twenty-four COVID-19 cases were 80 years old or older. There are an additional 1,102 people under investigation for COVID-19.

April 7: The province confirmed another 379 cases of COVID-19 and 21 more deaths. This brings the total number of cases in Ontario to 4,726. Of the cases, 46.8 per cent are male and 52.7 per cent are female. Health officials say that 120 patients are under the age of 20. There are 1,263 patients between the ages of 20 and 39, 1,663 between the ages of 40 and 59, 1,168 between the ages of 60 and 79. Five hundred and nine of the COVID-19 patients are 80 years or older. There are an additional 691 people under investigation for the virus.

April 6: Ontario health officials confirm 309 new cases of COVID-19, including 13 more deaths. This brings the total number of cases in Ontario to 4,347. Of those cases, 47.3 per cent are male and 52.2 per cent are female. There are 107 patients aged 19 and under, 1,167 cases between the ages of 20 and 39, 1,537 are between the ages of 40 and 59 and there are 1,077 patients between the ages of 60 and 79. Four hundred and fifty-five COVID-19 patients are 80 years old or older. There are an additional 329 people under investigation for the virus.

April 5: The province confirmed 408 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday morning, including 25 more deaths. The number of cases of the novel coronavirus in Ontario sits at 4,038, 1,449 of which have recovered. Of those 4,038 cases, 2,101 are female and 1,919 are male. Patients betwen the ages of 40 and 59 years old represent 35.4 per cent of all the cases in Ontario at 1,430, 1,111 patients are between the ages of 20 and 39 years old, 1,002 patients are between the ages of 60 and 79 year old. The province says that 392 patients are 80 years old or older, while 99 patients are 19 years olf or younger.

April 4: Ontario public health has confirmed 27 more deaths related to COVID-19, as 375 new cases of the virus were announced by the province on Saturday morning.There are currently 3,630 confirmed cases in Ontario, including 1,219 patients who have recovered. Of those 3,630 cases, 1,755 patients are male and 1,857 patients are female. According to provincial data, 1,319 of the patients are between the ages of 40 and 59 years old, 1,025 of patients are between the ages of 20 to 39 years old, 903 of patients are 60 to 79 years old, 287 of patients are 80 years old or older and 93 of the patients are 19 years old or younger.

April 3: The province confirmed 462 new cases of COVID-19 Friday morning. There are now 3,255 cases in the province, including 67 deaths and 1,023 patients who have recovered. Of those 3,255, 1,579 patients are male and 1,657 are female. The province says that 2,123 of the patients are between the ages of 20 and 60 years old, 1047 of patients are 65 years old or older and 82 of the patients are 19 years of age or younger.

April 2: The province confirmed 401 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday morning. There are now 2,793 cases in the province, including 53 deaths and 831 patients who have recovered. Of those 2,793, 1,355 patients are male and 1,421 are female. The province says that 1,821 of the patients are between the ages of 20 and 60 years old, 902 of patients are 65 years old or older and 68 of the patients are 19 years of age or younger.

April 1: The province confirmed 426 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday morning. There are now 2,392 cases in the province, including 37 deaths and 689 patients who have recovered. Of those 2,392, 1,189 patients are male and 1,189 are female. The province says that 1,574 of the patients are between the ages of 20 and 60 years old, 760 of patients are 65 years old or older and 55 of the patients are 19 years of age or younger.

March 31: The province confirmed 260 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday morning. There are now 1,966 cases in the province, including 33 deaths and 534 patients who have recovered. Of those 1,966, 980 patients are male and 974 are female. Twelve cases did not specify male or female gender. The province says that 1,496 of the patients are between the ages of 20 and 60 years old, 421 of patients are 65 years old or older and 46 of the patients are 19 years of age or younger.

March 30: Three hundred and fifty one new cases of the virus were confirmed by the province on Monday, bringing the Ontario total to 1,706, including 23 deaths. Health officials confirmed another 10 deaths related to COVID-19 on Monday afternoon. No information regarding the new patients’ genders, ages, locations, or means of transmission has been released for the fourth day in a row.

March 29: Two hundred and eleven new cases of the virus were confirmed by the province on Sunday, including four additional deaths. The province has not released any information regarding the gender, ages, locations or means of transmission for the new patients.

March 28: The provincial tally of COVID-19 cases has surpassed 1,000. One hundred and fifty one new cases of the virus were confirmed by Ontario health officials, including one additional death. The province has not released any information regarding the gender, ages, locations or means of transmission for the new patients.

March 27: One hundred and thirty five new cases of the virus were confirmed by the province on Friday. Three additional deaths were also confirmed, bringing the total number deceased patients to 18.  While announcing the new patients on Friday, health officials stated that more than 10,000 people are currently under investigation for the virus and nearly 30,000 people in the province have tested negative thus far.

March 26: One hundred and seventy new cases of the virus were confirmed by health officials in Ontario as the number of deaths in the province increased to 15. Thirty-five of the cases are listed as travel related, 56 as close contact. Twelve people have been hospitalized. There are 22 new cases in Toronto, 15 in Peel Region, 33 in York Region, five in Durham Region, three in Peterborough, one in Halton Region and one in Hamilton. In Ottawa, there are five new cases. There are also three new cases in Waterloo, two in Niagara, four in Simcoe Muskoka, one in Sudbury, 14 in Haliburton, one in Northwestern, four in Middlesex London, two in Oxford, one in Grey Bruce and one in North Bay.

March 25: One hundred new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed by Ontario health officials, including five deaths in the province. The first deceased was a patient who was receiving care at a hospital in Niagara. No information has been released about the four other deceased patients. Twenty-one of the patients are from Toronto, 13 are from Peel Region, five are from York Region, four are from Halton Region, four are from Hamilton, two are from Peterborough and one case is in Durham Region. There are also five confirmed cases in Kington, three in Porcupine District, two cases in Windsor Essex, two cases in Middlesex London, two cases in Hastings Prince Edward, and one case in Wellington Dufferin Guelph, Niagara, Simcoe Muskoka, Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge and Timiskaming. The locations of the additional cases are all listed as “pending.”

March 24: Eighty-five new cases of the virus were confirmed by Ontario health officials, including two deaths. The first deceased patient, a man in his 90s, was being treated in Durham Region. The second deceased patient was an 80-year-old woman who died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton. Ontario public health said that the woman had been in isolation since being admitted to the hospital on March 16. She was a resident of Heritage Green Nursing Home in Stoney Creek.. Among the new patients are two cases in Durham Region, as well as 17 in Toronto, five in York Region, three in Peel Region, three in Hamilton, and one in Halton Region.Three additional cases were confirmed in the Kingston, Ont. area, three in Ottawa, two in Waterloo, Ont. and there has been one case confirmed in Sudbury, Brant, Wellington Dufferin Guelph Region, Grey Bruce, the Windsor Essex area, and Niagara Region.The locations of the additional cases are all listed as “pending.”

March 23: The number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario has surpassed 500 as seventy-eight new cases of the virus were confirmed by provincial health officials. Among the new patients announced Monday, 15 are from Toronto, eight are from York Region, six are from Peel Region, three are from Durham Region, three are from Hamilton, and two are from Halton Region. As well, three new cases have been confirmed in Ottawa, and there is one more case confirmed in Hastings Prince Edward, Sudbury, Simcoe Muskoka, Wellington Dufferin Guelph, Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge, Waterloo, Eastern Ontario and the Kingston area. The location of the remaining cases are all listed as “pending.”

March 22: Fourty-eight new cases of the virus were confirmed by health officials in Ontario. Among the new cases announced on Sunday, one is from Toronto, one is from eastern Ontario, one is from Waterloo, one is from Ottawa, one is from Peel Region, one is from Hamilton and one is from Windsor Essex. The 41 other cases’ locations are listed as “pending.” Two of the new cases are travel-related. Two new recoveries were also announced, bringing the total to eight. Health officials also reported the first COVID-19-related deaths in Toronto, York Region and Lindsay. 

March 21: Fifty-nine new cases of the virus were confirmed by the province in Ontario. Among the new cases announced on Saturday, two are in Toronto, four are in Peel Region, three are in Simcoe Muskoka, five are in York Region, one is in Hastings Prince Edward, one is in Ottawa and one is in Durham Region. The 41 other cases’ locations are listed as “pending.” Nine of the new cases are travel-related. The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit also confirmed a third COVID-19-related death in the province.

March 20: Sixty new cases of the virus were confirmed by the province in Ontario. Among the new cases announced on Friday, six are in Middlesex London, three are in Haliburton Kawartha, two are in Toronto, two are in Hamilton, three are in Peterborough, six are in Durham Region, three are in Ottawa, four are in Waterloo, two are in Peel Region, one is in York Region, one is in Porcupine and one is in Hastings Prince Edward. The 26 other cases’ locations are listed as "pending." Nine of the new cases were listed as travel-related.

March 19: Forty-four cases of the virus were confirmed by the province. One of the patients, a Durham man in his 80s, required immediate hospitalization. Eight of the patients are from the Toronto area. The province said 12 of the patients have a travel history to places including the United States, Spain, Belgium, Canary Islands, San Juan, England, Finland, Germany, Malta and Manilla. Health officials in Halton Region also confirmed a second COVID-19-related death in the province.

March 18: Twenty-five cases of the virus were confirmed by the province. Among the patients, four are in Halton, three in Toronto, two in Peel, two in Hamilton, two in Chatham Kent, one in York, one in Waterloo, one in Niagara, one in Ottawa, one in Middlesex London, one in Grey Bruce, one in Simcoe Muskoka, one in Brant, one in Algoma and three are listed as “pending.” Eighteen of the cases have recently travelled outside of the country.

March 17: Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott says a COVID-19 patient in the province has died. The 77-year-old Muskoka region man tested positive for the virus after death. Elliott said his cause of death remains under investigation. Eleven additional cases of the virus were confirmed in the province – five in Hamilton, three in Kingston, two in Middlesex London, and one in York Region.

March 16: Thirty-two cases were announced in the province, including 11 cases in Toronto. About 10 of the cases had travelled to the United States, officials said.

March 15: Ontario health officials announced 42 new cases of the virus, marking the biggest single-day jump in the province since tracking had begun. Among the cases, there are 14 in Toronto, five in Peel, five in Ottawa, three in Hamilton, three in York, two in Waterloo, two in Durham, two in Simcoe Muskoka, one in Niagara, one in Haliburton Kawartha Pineridge, two in Grey Bruce and one in Peterborough. The Simcoe-Muskoka patient has been hospitalized.

March 14: Twenty-four cases of the virus were announced in Ontario, including nine in Toronto, three in Durham, two in Waterloo, two in Ottawa, one in Halton, one in Middlesex London, one in Cobourg, one in Huron-Perth, one in Hamilton and one in Peel. Officials announced two additional cases in the province in the afternoon but did not specify where. At least two of the cases cited travel to the United States, while two others were recently in Asia.

March 13: The province announced 19 additional cases of COVID-19, including patients in Toronto, York, Peel, Ottawa, and Waterloo. One of the patients, a man in his 80s, was hospitalized in Niagara. Twelve of the cases had a travel history to Egypt, United States or England.

March 12: Eighteen cases of the virus were confirmed in Ontario, including a baby boy and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau. The patients included people across southern Ontario, including Toronto, Peel, Waterloo and Muskoka. Trudeau announced he is not showing any symptoms of the virus but is self-isolating for two weeks as a precaution.

March 11: Health officials confirmed five cases of the virus, including four patients in the Greater Toronto Area and one in Ottawa. This was the first case reported in Ottawa. The Ottawa patient had travelled to Austria, while the three others had either been to Egypt and the United States.

March 10: Ontario health officials confirmed the province’s 36th case of the virus, a man in his 40s, who had recently to Switzerland. Later in the day, the 37th case in the province was reported – a patient in Sudbury. The Sudbury man attended a Toronto conference before testing positive for the virus.

March 9: Three new cases were reported in the province. The first two patients are a man in his 80s and a woman in her 70s, who had both recently travelled to Iran. The third patient is a Brampton woman in her 30s, who was a close contact of someone who had previously tested positive for the virus.

March 8: Four new cases were reported in the province – a Toronto woman in her 40s, who had recently been to Colorado, a Toronto woman in her 60s, who had recently been to France, a Toronto man in his 60s, who had recently been to Washington, and a Brampton man in his 50s, who had recently travelled to Germany.

March 7: There were no new cases of the virus reported in Ontario.

March 6: Five cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province. The patients include a Toronto man in his 20s, who had been to Italy, a Richmond Hill woman in her 60s, who had been to Iran, and a Toronto man in his 40s, who had been to Las Vegas. Another patient is the wife of a previously reported case – the Peel couple was aboard the Grand Princess Cruise Ship out of San Francisco, which travelled to Mexico. The last case is a Toronto man in his 50s, who had been to Iran.

March 5: Ontario health officials report three new cases of the virus. One of the three patients is a Kitchener woman in her 50s, who had been to Italy. The second patient is a Toronto man in his 60s, who had been to Iran. The third patient is a Mississauga man in his 60s, who was aboard the Grand Princess Cruise Ship in San Francisco.

March 4: There were no new cases of the virus reported in Ontario.

March 3: Two cases of the virus were reported. They are a woman in her 70s in York Region, who came back from Egypt, and a man in his 50s, who came back from Iran.

March 2: Three cases of COVID-19 are reported in the province. They are a Toronto woman in her 60s, who had been to Egypt, a Toronto woman in her 70s, who had been to Egypt and is the roommate of a previously confirmed case, and a Toronto man in his 60s, who had been to Iran.

March 1: Ontario health officials confirm four cases of the virus. The cases involve the husband of a previously reported York Region case, a York Region man in his 50s, who is a close contact of a previously reported case, a Newmarket woman in her 70s, who had been to Egypt, and a Toronto man in his 60s, who had been to Iran.

February 29: Three cases of the virus are confirmed – a woman in her 30s in York Region, who had been to Iran, as well as a woman in her 50s in Toronto, who had been Iran, and her husband, a man in his 60s, who did not travel with her.

February 28: Ontario health officials confirmed the province’s seventh case of the virus, a Toronto man in his 50s, who had travelled to Iran. Later in the day, the eighth case in the province was reported – a Toronto man in his 80s, who had been to Egypt.

February 27: The husband of Ontario’s fifth case, a Toronto man in his 60s, tested positive for the virus.

February 26: A Toronto woman in her 60s tested positive for the virus after returning from Iran.

February 25 and 24: There were no new cases of the virus reported in Ontario.

February 23: A Toronto woman in her 20s tests positive for the virus. She had been in China.

February 22 – February 1: There were no new cases of the virus reported in Ontario.

January 31: Provincial health officials confirm a case of the virus in London, Ont. The patient is a university student in her 20s, who had recently been to China.

January 27: Ontario health officials confirm the wife of the country’s first patient has also tested positive for the virus. She has also travelled to China.

January 25: The first positive case of the virus in Canada is reported in Toronto. The patient is a man in his 50s, who had recently travelled to China.