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After almost a year of living with Ontario's COVID-19 rules, you might think you know everything there is to know about our province's restrictions.

But as it turns out, Ontario has some pretty odd and unique suggestions when it comes to living in the time of a pandemic. 

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Health Canada continuously updates data about potential exposure to COVID-19 on flights, both domestic and international. 

So far in the month of January, the "affected rows" column has been marked as "all rows" for four different international flights. 

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On Thursday, December 17, Dr. Bonnie Henry announced some changes to COVID-19 testing in B.C.

The health official said that the approach has been updated “to ensure that those people who most need to get a test right away realize that and do that.”

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Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health (KFL&A) is asking anyone with symptoms to get tested after positive cases were linked to Ontario university parties.

According to the public-health unit, at least two COVID-19 cases were connected to house parties in Kingston's university district last week.

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If you develop any COVID-19 symptoms, even if it's just one, you now won't be able to go to class. 

The City announced on Friday that they will be enhancing their COVID-19 screening protocols for Toronto students.

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