COVID-19 continues to be prevalent in Toronto and the rest of Ontario.
Here are the latest data-driven city numbers collected by Torstar, which uses information records published by public health units across the province.
Toronto, March 27: 904 new cases, for a total of 109,854 cases to date and 2,777 deaths.
The latest figures from the Ontario Ministry of Health, from March 26 (announced March 27), show 2,448 new cases, 19 new deaths and 1,543 newly resolved cases in the province, for a total of 343 140 confirmed cases, 7 327 death and 317 408 cases resolved in Ontario. Province releases numbers every day at 10:30 a.m.
In Canada, as of March 27, there were a total of 961,083 cases of COVID-19, 22,852 deaths and 896,206 resolved cases. The first reported COVID-19 case in Canada occurred in Toronto on January 25, 2020.
Toronto.com updates this article with new numbers as they are announced.
To learn more about the virus, visit toronto.com/news-story/9837185-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-coronavirus.
Find out how many cases of COVID-19 there are in other cities in the GTA:
• York Region
• Caledon, Brampton et Mississauga
• Durham Region
SCHEDULE UPDATE: Click here for a map that tracks COVID-19 cases by region across Ontario.