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    For the fourth day in a row, Ontario has reported less than 300 new COVID-19 cases. Health officials in the province found exactly 296 new infections on Thursday. This is a jump from yesterday as there were only 255 COVID-19 cases.

    The seven-day rolling average continuous on a downward trend as it now stands at 305. The week before had an average of about 410 cases. The Ministry of Health says the positivity rate is at 1.1 per cent as there were 29,500 COVID-19 tests processed in the last 24 hours.

    The Ontario Hospital Association says the number of patients in intensive care has dropped to 299. Most of the cases reported were in the Waterloo region with 95 cases. Toronto reported 35 new cases, there were 20 in Peel Region, 19 in Hamilton, 17 in Ottawa, 16 in Durham Region, and 14 in York Region. 

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