For the third time this week, the province has broken its record of new Ontario COVID-19 cases.

Yesterday, the province recorded 1,132 new cases of the novel coronavirus — a new high in itself. Today, Ontario reported 1,328, once again breaking its own record.

Before this, the record was set with 1,050 cases Tuesday, on November 3.

Health Minister Christine Elliott shared the news on Twitter this morning.

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Of the 1,328 total confirmed cases, there are 434 new ones in Toronto and 385 in Peel.

There are also 105 cases in York Region, 71 in Ottawa, 68 in Hamilton, and 56 in Durham.

On Friday, Premier Doug Ford announced that the Peel region would move into the red, or "control" zone of the new provincial COVID-19 framework.

Since then, Peel has gone even further, enforcing their own stricter measures, CityNews reports.

To date, there have been 84,153 cases of COVID-19 in Ontario.