1. Waterloo Region logs most new COVID-19 cases in Ontario for third time in five days  CTV Toronto
  2. Ontario reports 318 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday  CBC.ca
  3. Fully immunized woman dies from COVID-19 in Kitchener long-term care home  CTV Toronto
  4. What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Friday, June 18  CBC.ca
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With 53 new COVID-19 cases being reported on Sunday by local health officials, Waterloo Region has now logged the most daily cases in Ontario for the third time in the past five days.With 53 new COVID-19 cases being reported on Sunday by local health officials, Waterloo Region has now logged the most daily cases in Ontario for the third time in the past five days.

Waterloo Region logs most new COVID-19 cases in Ontario for third time in five days | CTV News

A fully vaccinated 90-year-old woman at a Kitchener, Ont., long-term care home has died after contracting COVID-19, officials reported Sunday.A fully vaccinated 90-year-old woman at a Kitchener, Ont., long-term care home has died after contracting COVID-19, officials reported Sunday.

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Sixty-eight million COVID-19 vaccine doses are set to arrive next month, while June has seen a huge surge in deliveries as concerns grow about the Delta variant spreading.Sixty-eight million COVID-19 vaccine doses are set to arrive next month, while June has seen a huge surge in deliveries as concerns grow about the Delta variant spreading.

Pfizer or Moderna? ‘There’s no better or worse,’ Ontario’s COVID-19 science chief says - National | Globalnews.ca

Locally, there are 51 new cases in the Region of Waterloo, 49 in Peel, 45 in Toronto, 26 in Ottawa and 20 in Hamilton.Locally, there are 51 new cases in the Region of Waterloo, 49 in Peel, 45 in Toronto, 26 in Ottawa and 20 in Hamilton.

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Ontario's daily COVID-19 case count continues to hover between 300 and 400 new infections each day, with 318 new cases confirmed over the past 24 hours.Ontario's daily COVID-19 case count continues to hover between 300 and 400 new infections each day, with 318 new cases confirmed over the past 24 hours.

Ontario reports 318 new coronavirus cases, 12 more deaths | CP24.com

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"This resident had only shown mild symptoms but, as we have seen through the course of the pandemic, the virus can change quickly.""This resident had only shown mild symptoms but, as we have seen through the course of the pandemic, the virus can change quickly."

Fully immunized long-term care resident dies of COVID-19 in Kitchener | Globalnews.ca

"This resident had only shown mild symptoms but, as we have seen through the course of the pandemic, the virus can change quickly."

Fully immunized long-term care resident dies of COVID-19 in Kitchener | Globalnews.ca

Here are the latest local, regional and national headlines on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) for Sunday, June 20, 2021: There have been 541,880 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Ontario, an incr…

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According to Sunday's report, 51 cases were recorded in Waterloo Region, 49 in Peel Region, 45 in Toronto, and 26 in Ottawa.According to Sunday's report, 51 cases were recorded in Waterloo Region, 49 in Peel Region, 45 in Toronto, and 26 in Ottawa.

Ontario reports 318 COVID-19, 12 deaths | Globalnews.ca

Ontario is reporting 355 new cases of COVID-19 today and 13 deaths linked to the virus.

Ontario reports 355 new cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths | Toronto Sun

Ontario reports 355 new cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths, 213,236 vaccinations | Toronto Sun

Associate Medical Officer of Health for the Region is emphasizing that death is a very rare outcome in fully immunized peopleAssociate Medical Officer of Health for the Region is emphasizing that death is a very rare outcome in fully immunized people

Region reports first COVID-related death in fully immunized woman - Kitchener News

1 new case in Newmarket, 13 cases in last 7 days; York Region reports 22 new cases, last institutional outbreak closes, active cases rise to 122; Ontario reports 355 new cases, 13 more deaths, bringing death toll over 9,0001 new case in Newmarket, 13 cases in last 7 days; York Region reports 22 new cases, last institutional outbreak closes, active cases rise to 122; Ontario reports 355 new cases, 13 more deaths, bringing death toll over 9,000

COVID-19 Today: A look at the numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario on Saturday - Newmarket News

Region of Waterloo Public Health is reporting the first COVID-19 related death in an individual who was fully immunized.Region of Waterloo Public Health is reporting the first COVID-19 related death in an individual who was fully immunized.

Waterloo Region reports first COVID-19 death in fully immunized person - CityNews Toronto

Ontario is reporting 318 new cases of COVID-19 today, and 12 more deaths linked to the virus.

Ontario reports 318 COVID cases, 12 more deaths | Toronto Sun

Ontario reports 318 COVID cases, 12 more deaths | Toronto Sun

Public health working with nursing home to manage outbreakPublic health working with nursing home to manage outbreak

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The province noted 13 more people died on Friday, bringing the total number of people dead to 9,007.The province noted 13 more people died on Friday, bringing the total number of people dead to 9,007.

Ontario reports 355 new COVID-19 cases, province marks new vaccine record with 213K doses | Globalnews.ca

By kawarthaNOW. Regional active cases increase to 56, updates for Peterborough and Hastings Prince Edward no longer available on weekends.By kawarthaNOW. Regional active cases increase to 56, updates for Peterborough and Hastings Prince Edward no longer available on weekends.

Ontario reports 355 new COVID-19 cases, including 1 in Kawartha Lakes and 1 in Northumberland | kawarthaNOW

Ontario is reporting 355 cases of COVID-19 and 13 deaths Saturday.Ontario is reporting 355 cases of COVID-19 and 13 deaths Saturday.

Ontario reports 355 COVID-19 cases, 13 deaths - CHCH

Across Ontario, more than 9,000 deaths have been linked to COVID-19. On Saturday, 355 new cases were confirmed in the province. There are 58 new cases in

Province reports 355 new COVID-19 cases and 13 more deaths on Saturday | Durham Radio News

The province is reporting 355 new COVID-19 cases today, June 19 (up 10 from yesterday) and 13 deaths (up 12 from yesterday).There are 58 new cases in Toronto, 54 in Waterloo, 45 in Peel, 23 in Hamilton, 22 in Porcupine, and 16 in Halton.

Province reporting 355 new COVID-19 cases, 45 in Mississauga and Brampton | insauga.com

COVID-19 in Ontario on June 19: The seven-day average drops below 400 and the provincial death toll surpasses another milestoneCOVID-19 in Ontario on June 19: The seven-day average drops below 400 and the provincial death toll surpasses another milestone

Ontario reports 355 new COVID-19 cases, death toll hits 9,000

Today's update also includes 581 recoveries and 13 deathsToday's update also includes 581 recoveries and 13 deaths

Ontario reports 355 new COVID cases Saturday - Sudbury News

COVID-19 in Ontario on June 18, 2021: The seven-day average drops to 411 and the province hits another vaccination milestoneCOVID-19 in Ontario on June 18, 2021: The seven-day average drops to 411 and the province hits another vaccination milestone

Ontario reports 345 new cases of COVID-19 - NOW Magazine

Although Ontario Health will allow more people to book their second shot of vaccine on Monday, the local health unit warns it has limited spots available.

Vaccine appointments are limited | Brockville Recorder & Times

Ottawa is set to receive thousands of additional COVID-19 vaccines in the days to come allowing the city to ramp up its vaccination efforts.Ottawa is set to receive thousands of additional COVID-19 vaccines in the days to come allowing the city to ramp up its vaccination efforts.

Ottawa opening 5 more COVID-19 vaccine clinics amid supply boost - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

There were 210,638 vaccine doses administered across the province in the past 24 hours.

COVID-19: Panel now recommends mRNA vaccines as 'preferred' second dose; Ontario tops 12M vaccinations | Ottawa Citizen

COVID-19: Positive virus numbers likely an 'underestimate,' official says; City ramps up with fresh supply of vaccine | Ottawa Citizen

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Ontario continued to post record vaccination levels Friday, with 213,236 doses administered across the province.

COVID-19: Ontario continues to break daily vax records: Death toll passes 9,000 | Ottawa Citizen

COVID-19: Ontario reported 318 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday and 12 more deaths | Ottawa Citizen

The city of Ottawa is opening new vaccination clinics at Canadian Tire Centre, the University of Ottawa and Lansdowne Park, as thousands of new COVID-19 vaccines arrive in the capital.The city of Ottawa is opening new vaccination clinics at Canadian Tire Centre, the University of Ottawa and Lansdowne Park, as thousands of new COVID-19 vaccines arrive in the capital.

Ottawa opening five new COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Toronto is scaling up doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to compensate for a delay in shipment of Pfizer-BioNTech shots to Ontario. The city says the province's anticipated weekly Pfizer vaccine shipment of more than 162,000 doses destined for Toronto immunization clinics will be delayed. A representative for Health Minister Christine Elliott says Ontario's Pfizer delivery for this coming week is behind by two to three days. Toronto says to ensure every booked appointment is honoured at city-Toronto is scaling up doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to compensate for a delay in shipment of Pfizer-BioNTech shots to Ontario. The city says the province's anticipated weekly Pfizer vaccine shipment of more than 162,000 doses destined for Toronto immunization clinics will be delayed. A representative for Health Minister Christine Elliott says Ontario's Pfizer delivery for this coming week is behind by two to three days. Toronto says to ensure every booked appointment is honoured at city-

Ontario reports 318 new cases of COVID-19 as province prepares for Pfizer delay