At least four Ontario farms have had outbreaks of COVID-19 among their migrant workers.
In Norfolk County, south of Simcoe, 85 migrant workers on one farm have tested positive.
In Haldimand-Norfolk, the health unit said that five workers have been hospitalized and approximately 25 others who tested positive are showing symptoms of the virus.
They are migrant workers employed by Scotlynn Group in Vittoria which grows sweet corn, watermelon, asparagus and pumpkins. Many of its migrant workers are from Mexico.
A farm in St. Thomas, Ontario Plants Propagation, had 20 people associated with it test positive this past week and is still waiting on test results for others.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has also seen a spike, with 33 new cases reported on May 25 in the agricultural sector. The health unit would not identify which farms, greenhouses or other businesses are involved.