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COVID-19: 72 cases in London-Middlesex; 4 new outbreaks in long-term care homes

Another 72 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in London-Middlesex, local health officials reported on Tuesday, 25 more than the day before.This comes a day after the region reported 47 cases, the lowest in the region since March 29, which health officials said was likely due to an outage and that the real case count was actually more.The region’s pandemic case total is now 10,695, of which 9,612 have resolved, an increase of 104 from Monday.At least 202 local deaths have been reported to date, two since the month began.The most recent death, reported May 3, involved a man in his 80s who was not associated with a long-term care or retirement home, the health unit said.Officials reported one death on Sunday involving a man in his 60s.At.

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