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Second straight day of sub-200 new COVID cases

Ontario has recorded fewer than 200 new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row. Even as testing continues at a high level (27,000 yesterday), new cases are on a downward trajwectory. Ontario reported  189 new  cases of COVID yesterday with ten deaths.

The number of people in hospital are down to 270 province-wide with 69 in intensive care and 69 on a ventilator.

As of Thursday, 192 more cases in the province were considered to be resolved, bringing the provincial

Currently, 24,607 tests for COVID-19 remain under investigation in the province.

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