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    For the first time since October, Ontario has reported fewer than 700 new cases of the COVID-19 virus. More precisely there were 699 confirmed new cases on Tuesday making Ontario’s rolling seven-day average 1,029 new cases. The last day Ontario reported a fewer amount of new cases was on October 18, 2020, with 658 new infections reported.

    With a total of 20,262 tests processed the positivity rate on Tuesday dropped to 3.6 per cent. Using the new reports the total number of lab-confirmed cases in Ontario reached 532,158. A lot of the new cases are populated in hot spot regions across the Greater Toronto Area.

    There were 207 cases in Toronto, 144 new cases in Peel Region, 50 new cases in Durham Region, and 52 new cases in York Region. The province also notified there is an additional 762 new cases of the B.1.1.7 (U.K. variant) as of today. There is one new strain of the South African variant and 45 more cases of the Brazilian variant.

    In Ontario 739, 722 people Ontario have received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine. A total of 9,202,220 vaccine shots have been administered since the start of their vaccine rollout. 


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