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    With 270 new cases of COVID-19, Ontario reports its lowest case count since September 15. It has been a week since the last time the province logged less than 300 new cases in one day. Last Monday, health officials reported 296 new cases, after that reports were between 318 and 384 cases a day.

    Last week the seven-day rolling average was at 478, it now stands at 332. The new cases were mostly concentrated in the Greater Toronto area as there were 42 in Peel Region, 47 in Toronto, and 44 in Waterloo. York region, Ottawa, Niagra, Durham region, and Simcoe-Muskoka all reported numbers in the double digits.

    323 COVID-19 patients are currently in intensive care on Monday, said, health officials. There more than 880 cases of the Delta variant in Ontario as 136 new cases were identified. Also, 102 cases of the Alpha variant and 24 cases of the Gamma variant were found.

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