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Ontario could see ‘hundreds of thousands’ of COVID-19 cases per day, Ford says

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When introducing new COVID-19 measures on Monday, Ontario Premier Doug Ford said that based on current trends the province could see “hundreds of thousands of cases every single day” as the Omicron variant spreads.

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