The number of new novel coronavirus cases in London and Middlesex has hit double digits once again.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, one day after six new cases were reported.
Four new recoveries were also announced Sunday.
There are now a total of 856 cases and 704 recoveries in the region. The death toll has remained unchanged at 57 since June 12.
At least 95 COVID-19 cases are active in the region.
According to health unit data, 10 of Sunday’s new cases are from the city of London, while one is from Thames Centre.
In terms of age, seven of the 11 cases are 19 or under, three are in their 20s, and one is in their 30s.
Seven cases are male, and four are female. Five are health-care workers, six are not.