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    As the province reaches a new vaccine milestone, Ontario logged just over 500 new COVID-19 cases. Making today the lowest daily infection count since the end of September 2020. Specifically, today health officials recorded 525 new cases of the coronavirus which is a significant decrease from the weekend. 

    The seven-day average rests at around 735, which is less than last week’s average of 1,029. Ontario’s positivity rate stands at 3.6 per cent as the Ministry of Health has processed 15,177 tests in the last 24-hours.On September 27, 2020, it was the last lowest daily infection count where there were only 491 cases reported.

    The amount of COVID-19 patients in intensive care has dropped below 500 for the first time in two months. Out of the new cases, only 3 municipalities had more than 50 COVID-19 cases. This includes Toronto with 114, Peel with 96, and Waterloo with 51 new cases.

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