1. First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province's biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case  Ottawa Citizen
  2. On COVID-19 testing, a new backlog emerges as some patients not told they have the virus  National Post
  3. Ontario hospital staff told to ration masks as COVID-19 spreads  CBC.ca
  4. Ontario man still waiting for COVID-19 test results after 13 days  CTV News
  5. Inmate at Toronto South Detention Centre tests positive for COVID-19  Global News
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They were told he might have COVID-19, but they let him in anyway — into Ontario’s biggest jail.

First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province's biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case | Ottawa Citizen

First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province's biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case

First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province's biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case | Ottawa Citizen

A Durham man in self-isolation says it’s been 13 days and he is still waiting to receive the results of his COVID-19 test. A Durham man in self-isolation says it’s been 13 days and he is still waiting to receive the results of his COVID-19 test.

Ontario man still waiting for COVID-19 test results after 13 days | CTV News

An inmate at the Toronto South Detention Centre has tested positive for COVID-19 just days after sources told CBC News a guard at the same facility was infected with the virus.An inmate at the Toronto South Detention Centre has tested positive for COVID-19 just days after sources told CBC News a guard at the same facility was infected with the virus.

A number of Toronto doctors checked back on patients whose tests came back positive, only to find the patients haven’t been informed of the resultsA number of Toronto doctors checked back on patients whose tests came back positive, only to find the patients haven’t been informed of the results

On COVID-19 testing, a new backlog emerges as some patients not told they have the virus | National Post

A number of Toronto doctors checked back on patients whose tests came back positive, only to find the patients haven’t been informed of the resultsA number of Toronto doctors checked back on patients whose tests came back positive, only to find the patients haven’t been informed of the results

On COVID-19 testing, a new backlog emerges as some patients not told they have the virus | National Post

“I am trying to get out a bulletin every weekday on the biggest developments provincially on #COVID19. It is short and factual. If you live in Toronto-Danforth and want to be on the list please email me at tabunsp-co@ndp.on.ca.”

Peter Tabuns on Twitter: "I am trying to get out a bulletin every weekday on the biggest developments provincially on #COVID19. It is short and factual. If you live in Toronto-Danforth and want to be on the list please email me at tabunsp-co@ndp.on.ca."

“Under Ontario emergency covid law, the liquor stores stay open but video stores must close--including the great one in downtown Toronto, Bay Street Video. https://t.co/tAUpL8Agso”

Terence Corcoran on Twitter: "Under Ontario emergency covid law, the liquor stores stay open but video stores must close--including the great one in downtown Toronto, Bay Street Video. https://t.co/tAUpL8Agso"

“Here is today's update, including info on: - improved #COVIDー19 online self-assessment - closure of non-essential workplaces - Toronto's declaration of state of emergency - child care for essential workers - calling on Ontario to provide income support https://t.co/iBO1dfbLxg”

Jessica Bell on Twitter: "Here is today's update, including info on: - improved #COVIDー19 online self-assessment - closure of non-essential workplaces - Toronto's declaration of state of emergency - child care for essential workers - calling on Ontario to provide income support https://t.co/iBO1dfbLxg"

“Toronto confirms first COVID-19 death; York Region reports death; at least 13 frontline workers test positive; Ontario COVID-19 cases up 47 to 424 | The Star https://t.co/ZJjY6LlvIU”

Warren Kinsella on Twitter: "Toronto confirms first COVID-19 death; York Region reports death; at least 13 frontline workers test positive; Ontario COVID-19 cases up 47 to 424 | The Star https://t.co/ZJjY6LlvIU"

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

COVID-19: What you need to know for March 25 — evening edition | TVO.org

Moving in Toronto soon? With government officials continuing to emphasize the need for social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it's ...Moving in Toronto soon? With government officials continuing to emphasize the need for social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it's ...

This is what you should do if you're moving in Toronto during the COVID-19 pandemic

Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, alongside five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday.Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, alongside five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday.

Inmate at Toronto South Detention Centre tests positive for COVID-19 | Globalnews.ca

Ontario’s rise in completed tests seen as sign province’s plan to bring on more testing resources, particularly in hospitals as well as the provincial...Ontario’s rise in completed tests seen as sign province’s plan to bring on more testing resources, particularly in hospitals as well as the provincial...

They were told he might have COVID-19, but they let him in anyway — into Ontario’s biggest jail.

First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province's biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case | Ottawa Citizen

They were told he might have COVID-19, but they let him in anyway — into Ontario’s biggest jail.They were told he might have COVID-19, but they let him in anyway — into Ontario’s biggest jail.

First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province’s biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case | Ottawa Sun

They were told he might have COVID-19, but they let him in anyway — into Ontario’s biggest jail.They were told he might have COVID-19, but they let him in anyway — into Ontario’s biggest jail.

First Ontario inmate with COVID-19 was put in province’s biggest jail after he was identified as a possible case | Ottawa Sun