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Guelph reports 25 new COVID-19 cases, active cases fall to 339

COVID-19 on Thursday, raising the local case count to 3,779 during the pandemic.Active cases remained fell by 10 from the previous day to 339 with another 35 people recovering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Doug Ford confirms paid sick leave program for workers coming, apologizes for backtracking The city’s resolved case count is at 3,403 and its COVID-19-related death toll of 37 has not changed since Feb.

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COVID-19 on Thursday, raising the local case count to 3,779 during the pandemic.Active cases remained fell by 10 from the previous day to 339 with another 35 people recovering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Doug Ford confirms paid sick leave program for workers coming, apologizes for backtracking The city’s resolved case count is at 3,403 and its COVID-19-related death toll of 37 has not changed since Feb.
Early childhood educator Jessica Tomas spends all day working with unmasked young kids at a Toronto daycare — helping them eat, getting them dressed to play outside and offering a comforting hug when needed.Tomas and other child-care workers remain on the job, where physical distancing measures are difficult to enforce, even as the pandemic’s third wave has prompted Ontario to impose a stay-at-home order and move schools online.Daycare workers, however, are not yet eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine based on their profession and are renewing their push to be prioritized for a shot.“Getting a vaccine would alleviate such an enormous amount of anxiety that I have entering the building and leaving the building,” Tomas said.

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