The number of people in Ontario with a confirmed case of COVID-19 increased Wednesday by 100.
Travel was implicated in some of the cases, but the source of the COVID-19 infection was still under investigation for most of the new cases.
The new figures come as the province saw its largest single-day spike in new cases. There are a total of 46 such cases listed in the data, which is more than three times the number of cases that Ontario has seen in individuals returning from the next most commonly listed country - Iran (14 cases).
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The youngest new cases - where the age was available - were two woman in their 20s, one from Toronto and one from Peel.
The data, which was recently uploaded to the province's open data portal, shows that about 71 per cent of cases where a means of transmission is listed are travel-related (153 cases) and another 22 per cent (48 cases) involve people believed to have contracted the virus from a close contact.
Dr. Penny Sutcliffe, Sudbury & Districts Medical Officer of Health, reported the findings Wednesday. Following testing, they were discharged to their respective homes to begin self-isolation, where they remain, the health unit said.
There are now no lab confirmed cases in Renfrew County, but the health unit is reminding residents social distancing will help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The other is a woman in her 50s who was assessed in Cochrane. All of the cases have been recorded since March 21.
A backlog of people waiting for test results remains at over 10,000.