Ontario has added another 257 new cases of COVID-19. That brings the provincial total to 34,911.
Health Minister Christine Elliott tweeted that 177 of the cases were in Windsor-Essex, following extensive testing of temporary workers over the weekend. Elliott says the other 80 cases were across other parts of the province. Elliott says the numbers reflect the three-point plan the government announced on Friday to reduce the risk of COVId-19 transmission on farms.
Another seven people have died from the virus, bringing the number of people who have passed away to 2,665.
The recovery rate is 86.5-percent with 89 more cases considered resolved in the last 24-hours.
There were 27,127 tests completed yesterday.
After extensive testing this weekend of temporary workers in Southwestern Ontario, the province is reporting 177 new cases of #COVID19 in Windsor-Essex, with another 80 new cases across the rest of the province. There were over 27,000 tests processed yesterday.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) June 29, 2020