Ontario reporting 203 new cases of COVID-19 with majority in people under 39

The Canadian Press

TORONTO – Ontario is reporting 203 new cases of COVID-19today, the highest number recorded for several weeks, as well as one new death related to the virus.
The total number of cases now stands at 37,942, which includes 2,753 deaths and 33,605 resolved cases.
There were 92 resolved cases newly reported today, meaning new cases have outpaced newly resolved cases for multiple days in a row.
The province says it was able to complete just under 23,000 tests the previous day.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says 57 per cent of today’s cases came from people under the age of 39.
She says todays numbers are concerning and urged people to follow social distancing rules.