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Ontario is currently on a trajectory to have 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 a day in the first half of October, according to modelling shared by the province Wednesday (Sept. 30).
Top health officials in Ontario are set to detail possible scenarios for the spread of COVID-19 in the province during the fall this morning. A briefing is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Queen's Park in Toronto.
Perry Bellegarde, the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, says First Nations communities are among the most vulnerable populations in Canada ... COVID-19, bringing Ontario’s death ...
The world has seen one million deaths due to COVID-19 as Ontario enters its second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Quebec seeing a rise in cases.
As we continue to see coronavirus numbers spike in Ontario, the latest projection from a group of scientists and doctors in Toronto suggest the province will see its second wave peak in mid to late October.
Quebec on Monday ordered new restrictions on bars and restaurants in coronavirus hot spots, while Ontario's premier warned of a "more complex" second wave, as Canada's two most-populous provinces saw big increases in COVID-19 cases.
The situation has become critical,' Premier Legault told reporters, as Quebec reported 750 new COVID-19 cases Monday. 'The number of cases is rising' Quebec moved its most populous regions to a maximum alert-level on Monday and Ontario declared itself in the grips of a second COVID-19 wave as both provinces grappled with rising caseloads.
Hamilton's public school board has its first student case of COVID-19 as local schools continue to see more infections.
The list of symptoms that parents have to screen their children for before sending them off to school may soon be shortened, according to Health Minister Christine Elliott.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford stands at the lecturn during a joint press conference with Ontario Premier Doug Ford, at the Ontario-Quebec Summit in Toronto on Wedne 9, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young TORONTO -- A member of Ontario Premier Doug Ford's tour team has tested positive for COVID-19,