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Ontario's New COVID-19 Cases Spike Above 100 With Most Of Them In Toronto & Windsor

The province saw a spike in Ontario's new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. 

Ontario's Minister of Health, Christine Elliott, announced that 125 new cases were reported, breaking the downward trend the province has recently been seeing. 

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New COVID-19 cases reported on Tuesday

"Ontario is reporting 125 cases of #COVID19, an uptick over recent days and largely the result of localized increases," wrote Elliott. 

The majority of these positive patients are coming from Toronto and Windsor, with the 6ix reporting 27 new cases. 

Windsor confirmed 28, with Peel following closely behind at 17.

Despite the large numbers, 27 out of the 34 Public Health Units in Ontario are reporting five or fewer new cases. 

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