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Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.

Canada sees another 1,100 new coronavirus cases, 98 more deaths - National | Globalnews.ca

Nearly all of Friday's newly announced cases once again came from Ontario and Quebec, who reported 441 and 646 new cases, respectively.

Canada sees another 1,100 new coronavirus cases, 98 more deaths - National | Globalnews.ca

Health officials and politicians across the country, including the mayor of hard-hit Montreal, are urging people not to be lax with public health measures even as cities and provinces take tentative steps toward reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a look at what's happening in Canada.Health officials and politicians across the country, including the mayor of hard-hit Montreal, are urging people not to be lax with public health measures even as cities and provinces take tentative steps toward reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a look at what's happening in Canada.

“The Canadian Armed Forces is reporting a dramatic increase in the number of military personnel who have contracted COVID-19 while working in long-term care facilities in Ontario and Quebec. Story via @leeberthiaume https://t.co/NatyvunWWk #cdnpoli @Cdnpress”

Kristy Kirkup on Twitter: "The Canadian Armed Forces is reporting a dramatic increase in the number of military personnel who have contracted COVID-19 while working in long-term care facilities in Ontario and Quebec. Story via @leeberthiaume https://t.co/NatyvunWWk #cdnpoli @Cdnpress"

“Canadian epidemic: Ontario is not doing so hot. “On any given day in the past month, the province hasn’t been able to account for the source of exposure for more than 2/3 of reported cases of the virus.“ ➡️ Cuz poor contact tracing. Thread 🧵. #covid19 https://t.co/kScFt2Ks0V”

Eric Feigl-Ding on Twitter: "Canadian epidemic: Ontario is not doing so hot. “On any given day in the past month, the province hasn’t been able to account for the source of exposure for more than 2/3 of reported cases of the virus.“ ➡️ Cuz poor contact tracing. Thread 🧵. #covid19 https://t.co/kScFt2Ks0V"

“Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery to the brave members of the Canadian Armed Forces who have contracted COVID-19 in Ontario long-term care homes. Putting the lives of vulnerable seniors first is the bravery our military is known for. #onpoli https://t.co/n0uXPn8xSf”

Jennie Stevens, MPP on Twitter: "Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery to the brave members of the Canadian Armed Forces who have contracted COVID-19 in Ontario long-term care homes. Putting the lives of vulnerable seniors first is the bravery our military is known for. #onpoli https://t.co/n0uXPn8xSf"

“Pleased to virtually join members of the National Council of Canadian Muslims during #Ramadan. Thank you for the insightful discussion about #Ontario’s response to #COVID19, including Stage 1 of reopening our economy & the supports available for small businesses & organizations.”

Rod Phillips on Twitter: "Pleased to virtually join members of the National Council of Canadian Muslims during #Ramadan. Thank you for the insightful discussion about #Ontario’s response to #COVID19, including Stage 1 of reopening our economy & the supports available for small businesses & organizations.… https://t.co/dk6WIJ7FuW"