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Ontario reports nearly 3,700 new COVID-19 cases, 40 deaths as ICU patients surpass 800

COVID-19 cases on Thursday. The provincial total now stands at 432,805.Thursday’s case count has dipped back below 4,000 after Wednesday recorded 4,212 new infections.

On Tuesday, 3,469 new cases were recorded.According to Thursday’s report, 1,131 cases were recorded in Toronto, 507 in Peel Region, 436 in York Region, 279 in Ottawa and 200 in Durham Region.All other local public health units reported fewer than 200 new cases in the provincial report.The death toll in the province has risen to 7,829 as 40 more deaths were recorded, a third wave high. ‘Assume that they might have COVID’: Peel’s top doctor says after 22% test positivity in Brampton Meanwhile, 378,417 Ontario residents were reported to have recovered from COVID-19, which is

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is indicating the federal government is looking at additional COVID-19 measures to protect international borders but won’t stop flights into Canada from India.In an interview with Global News Wednesday, Trudeau said community spread continues to be the main concern and not international travel.“We are looking at a range of potential measures either targeting certain areas of types of travellers.
COVID-19 variant first detected in India that’s being looked at as a possible contributor to rampant spread of the virus in that country.The Ministry of Health said the province had identified 39 cases of the B.1617 variant as of April 4, but that it hadn’t been flagged as either a variant of concern or variant under investigation at that point. Ottawa consulting on stricter border measures, won’t stop flights from India B.1617 has now been designated a variant of interest, and the “BCCDC and the BCCDC Public Health Lab are reviewing genetic sequencing information and linking to case details and will be able to provide an update on the number and nature of these cases later this week,” a ministry spokesperson said in an email.The B.C.

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