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New gathering limits come into effect in Quebec as COVID-19 cases soar across Canada

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COVID-19 case counts soar across the country.The province is capping private gatherings at six people or two family bubbles as of Boxing Day Sunday, after reporting more than 10,000 cases of the coronavirus on Christmas Eve and another 9,206 on Christmas Day.Officials have said the daily numbers are likely an underestimation because the province’s testing centres are overwhelmed and can’t keep up with demand.The highly infectious Omicron variant of the virus has been driving a surge in COVID-19 cases across much of Canada in recent weeks.Ontario reported 9,826 new COVID-19 cases Boxing Day.Christmas Day was the third day in a row that Ontario broke its record for daily case counts with 10,412 infections.Ontario Health Minister Christine.

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