One new case of COVID-19

Modesto Morganelli
Ottobre 18, 2020

The modified Stage 2 includes the closure of gyms and movie theatres, a ban on indoor dining in restaurants or bars, and a cap on public gatherings at 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors.

Ontario's number of new COVID-19 cases continues to climb a week after the Thanksgiving long weekend - Ottawa, however, is seeing a bit of a dip.

The provincial government announced the new restrictions Friday for the York region, joining the Ottawa, Peel and Toronto public health regions.

"I'm begging the people of Halton".

Also at the premier's briefing on Wednesday, he said at least 50 more pharmacies would start offering COVID-19 testing this week in a number of cities including Barrie.

The province has seen new COVID-19 cases rise for the last four consecutive days, after seeing a slight dip in cases on October 13, when the province reported a total of 844 new cases. Of those patients, 72 are in the intensive care unit and 42 are breathing with the assistance of a ventilator. Health officials have warned non-emergency surgeries become pinched once there are 150 COVID patients in ICU and become virtually impossible once that number hits 350. "He has never fined us, we've never been arrested, and they're just talking".

Ontario now has a total of 63,713 cases of COVID-19, including 54,686 that are considered resolved and 3,041 deaths. Five schools are closed because of outbreaks.

On Thursday, Nova Scotia became the latest province to join the COVID Alert app, leaving Alberta and British Columbia as the only provinces that aren't allowing residents to report a positive test through the app.

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