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Ontario Just Reported Over 4K New COVID-19 Cases For The First Time In Months

It's the second highest number we've seen the entire pandemic.

The Ontario government is reporting over 4,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time in months this Friday. 

According to Christine Elliott, Minister of Health, 4,227 total cases were reported across the province, with 1,218 of them in Toronto. 

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According to the Ontario government's website, this is the second-highest number the province has seen for the entire pandemic. 

The highest daily total Ontario has seen was on January 8, when 4,249 cases were reported. 

Currently, all of Ontario is under a stay-at-home order in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

What regions are reporting the most COVID-19 cases?

According to the government of Ontario, Toronto currently has the most active number of cases and is sitting at 9,657. 

Peel comes in second, with a total of 5,791 active cases. Followed by York region with 2,751. 

However, when it comes to the lowest amount, Timiskaming comes in first, with only five current active cases. 

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