When it comes to COVID-19, Doug Ford is promising Ontarians there is a light at the end of the tunnel. 

The premier, who supplied the province with updates on the pandemic on a daily basis for 2020, offered a message of hope on Thursday.

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We are going to get through this folks and we're going to come out stronger than ever before.

Doug Ford

During his remarks, Ford offered praise to residents of the province for "banding together" during Ontario's lockdown.

"No matter where we went, no matter what age people were, everyone had a role to play, and everyone has played that role. We are stronger together."

He also went on to boast about the province's future as a leader of economic growth in North America.

"There is hope, we are going to get through this and we will get people vaccinated and we will turn on the economy just like we did a year ago," Ford added.

A Toronto health care worker became the first person in Ontario to receive a COVID-19 vaccine on Monday.

The dose marked a huge milestone in the country's ongoing fight against the disease.

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