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Ontario reports lowest COVID deaths since December


Ontario reports lowest COVID deaths since December

Ontario is reporting 847 cases of COVID19 and nearly 34,000 tests completed. There were 10 deaths reported—the lowest daily total since December 1. Locally, there are 257 new cases in Toronto, 170 in Peel and 131 in York Region. As of 8:00 p.m. yesterday, 489,484 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.

Hamilton and Halton had no deaths

Hamilton Public Health is reporting 60 new COVID cases with no deaths recorded. There is a new outbreak at the Hamilton Wentworth Detention Centre where two inmates and five staff have tested positive.

Halton’s case count was 66, reflecting two days of counting after yesterday’s Family Day holiday when there was no reporting. There were no deaths in Halton. 27 of the new cases were in Oakville, 19 in Milton, 15 in Halton Hills and five in Burlington. There are no new outbreaks in Halton but the outbreak at Georgetown has four new cases. There were three more cases at Allendale Long Term Care and two more at Queen’s Avenue Retirement Home.

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