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The Ontario government no longer requires people who test positive for COVID-19 to isolate for five days.

During a press conference on Wednesday, Dr. Kieran Moore, Chief Medical Officer Of Health, said that infected individuals should stay home until their fever clears or their symptoms improved for "at least 24 hours."

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Ontario COVID-19 restrictions being almost non-existent this summer might be causing the virus to take a backseat in some people's minds. However, the province's public health unit tracker tells a different story.

According to Public Health Ontario, the province recorded 20,036 new cases in just the past two weeks, bringing the overall total cases to 1,350,212 with 50,893 hospitalizations and 13,531 deaths.

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Since the pandemic hit, students in schools have experienced chaos regarding abrupt school closures, COVID outbreaks, virtual learning struggles and so much more.

Stephen Lecce, the Minister of Education in Ontario, introduced a new "Plan to Catch Up" on Monday, July 25.

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Ontario's mandatory mask mandate, a staple restriction of the COVID-19 pandemic, will be scrapped this weekend and here's what is changing.

Dr. Kieran Moore, Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced via press release on Wednesday that the province would be lifting its last remaining masking requirements on Saturday.

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After being in place for over two years, John Tory has just announced that the City of Toronto's COVID-19 emergency declaration has come to an end.

In a press release on Monday, Tory stated that after consultation with Dr. Eileen de Villa, City Manager Chris Murray and the City's Strategic Command Team, the City will no longer be operating under the emergency declaration.

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