Ontario health officials say there are 23 new coronavirus cases in Ontario on Wednesday bringing the total number of active cases to 206.
Most of the new cases had a travel history to countries like the U.S., Caribbean, Japan, U.K., Germany Pakistan, Turkey, Mexico, Austria, India and Europe in general.
Others were listed as having contracted COVID-19 through close contact, and some were listed as pending.
New cases include patients from Toronto, York Region, Peel Region, Halton Region, Waterloo, Hamilton, Ottawa, Middlesex-London, Chatham-Kent, Grey Bruce, Simcoe-Muskoka, Brant and Algoma.
All of the patients are listed as self-isolating at home.
Ontario has five cases resolved and one death. Just under 14,000 people have been tested for COVID-19 so far in the province. More than 3,300 cases are being investigated.
Ontario saw its first coronavirus-related death in the province on Tuesday — a 77-year-old man from Barrie.
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