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By Joanna LavoieReporter

Toronto Newsroom

Tue., Nov. 23, 20211 min. read

Article was updated 7 hrs ago

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COVID-19 continues to be prevalent in Toronto and the rest of Ontario.

Here are Toronto’s latest COVID-19 case numbers, based on data released by Toronto Public Health.

In Toronto, as of Nov. 22: 241 new cases and no new deaths since Nov. 19, a three-day total, for a total of 182,505 cases and 3,710 deaths, with 866 active cases and 15 people currently hospitalized in the city. Toronto Public Health releases its numbers on weekdays by 4 p.m.

The Ontario Ministry of Health’s latest numbers, from Nov. 22 (announced Nov. 23), note 613 new cases, nine new deaths and 717 newly resolved cases, for a total of 612,931 confirmed cases, 9,974 deaths and 597,470 resolved cases in the province.

Of the 613 new cases, the province noted 288 are unvaccinated, 30 partially vaccinated and 266 fully vaccinated, with vaccination status unknown for 29 cases. The province releases its numbers each day at 10:30 a.m.

In Canada, as of Nov. 22, there has been a total of 1,770,106 cases, 29,526 deaths and 1,716,453 resolved cases. Currently, there are 24,127 active cases in the country. The Government of Canada updates its numbers weekdays at 7 p.m. The first reported case of COVID-19 in Canada was in Toronto on Jan. 25, 2020. is updating this article with new numbers as they are announced. Public health agencies do not provide updates on holidays.

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