Ontario's Minister of Health, Christine Elliott, reported some encouraging news in the province on Tuesday. \nAccording to Elliott, Ontario's COVID-19 cases today sit at just 33 total. She noted that over 21,500 tests were processed on Monday.\n\n\nEditor's Choice: This Small Town In Ontario Is Like Strolling Through The Streets Of Europe (VIDEO)\n \n\n\nOntario is reporting 33 cases of #COVID19, a 0.1% increase. This includes routine data clean-up by Toronto Public Health, which removed 21 cases, such as duplicates, that had previously been included in daily case counts. Yesterday, the province processed over 21,500 tests.— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) August 11, 2020\n\nThis news comes as the entire province enters Stage 3 of reopening this week, including the hard-hit region of Windsor-Essex.\nHowever, Premier Ford cautioned residents that while Ontario's circumstances are improving, the reopening of schools next month will likely result in new COVID-19 cases.