Over 300 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Ontario schools in the last 14 days.\nThe number was updated by the provincial government on Thursday, just days after in-person learning reopened in Toronto, Peel and York regions.\nEditor's Choice: Ontario's Cheapest Real Estate Market Has Homes For Sale That Are Actually Under $160K\n\n\n\n312\n\n\nCOVID-19 cases reported in Ontario schools over the last 14 days\n\n\nOut of these cases, 256 of them were reported to be student-related, with 52 confirmed amongst staff.\nAn additional four cases were recorded. However, the individuals were not identified. \nCurrently, 214 schools have reported cases and four of them are closed. \nThe data report comes on the heels of several major announcements regarding the province's strategy to reopen.\nLast week, Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced that schools will delay March Break until April 12, 2021. \nThis move is an attempt to curb the rapid spread of new COVID-19 virus variants.