2 new cases of COVID-19 in eastern Ontario
Health officials say true number likely much higher
Two new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the region on Sunday, one in eastern Ontario and one in Ottawa.
According to Ontario's Ministry of Health, one woman in her 20s from Ottawa is in self-isolation, increasing the city's total to 21 confirmed cases.
The city's medical officer of health said Sunday there are likely many more that haven't been detected.
The ministry's website does not have information on how the woman contracted the respiratory illness.
A man in his 30s has also been confirmed to have contracted the virus.
The man, described on the ministry's website as being from eastern Ontario, is also in self-isolation.
In Ontario, the total climbed to 424 confirmed cases on Sunday, up from 377 on Saturday.