The company says 30 of them remain active cases and 32 have recovered.
He says public health officials have also confirmed that 35 staff have tested positive for COVID-19, 17 being considered resolved and the rest are currently isolating themselves at home.
Revera says she continues to do everything she can to keep residents and staff safe, including monitoring residents for symptoms twice a day and asking them to self-isolate in their rooms.
He says all staff are screened for symptoms at the start and end of their shift and must wear a mask and goggles inside the facility.
For now, home visits are limited to essential visitors, as reported by public health officials, the company says.
“The Kennedy Lodge team extend their deepest condolences to the families and friends of residents who died during the pandemic,” the company said in a statement.
The operator said public health authorities and the Scarborough Health Network were helping manage the outbreak, especially with regards to improving cleaning and preventing infection.