Ontario reports 460 new cases of COVID-19, 25 new deaths


"Please go get a test".

The province will announce a detailed testing strategy next week, said Ford. "You will not be turned away", he added.

No one should go to a clinic or their family doctor for a test, according to Musyj.

Musyj says the screening process used to determine who will be tested has been eliminated so turnaround time will be quick. Previously, Ford had committed to 20,000 tests per day.

Ontario confirmed 460 new cases of the virus on Saturday, up from the 412 reported on Friday and 441 on Thursday.

The province was able to complete 11,383 tests the previous day, which is still well below the province's capacity of 21,000 per day.

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Data provided by Public Health Ontario is reported to the provincial agency regional health units, and typically lags behind the data reported by the Ministry of Long-Term Care.

Meanwhile, city officials in Toronto have expressed concern with the behavior of people flooding a downtown park on Saturday, which may risk a second surge in the coronavirus cases. The city has reopened some parks on the understanding that people will obey physical distancing rules.

"I thought it was a rock concert at the beginning, I was absolutely shocked", said Ford. It's a handsome day out, everyone wants to get out and have a great time.

"I thought it was a rock concert ... we just can't have that right now, it's just too many people, too close", he said. "There is still a deadly virus amongst us".

In comparison, between May 9 and May 18, the province had gone through a stretch where it stayed below the 400 daily case mark each day, while also hitting its testing goal on six of those 10 occasions.