1. Ontario reports 210 new cases of COVID-19, four deaths, record high vaccinations  NewmarketToday.ca
  2. Ontario COVID-19 cases rise above 200 for the first time this week, 4 additional deaths reported  CTV Toronto
  3. COVID-19: A look at the numbers for Newmarket, York Region, Ontario on Thursday  NewmarketToday.ca
  4. Ontario reports 210 new coronavirus cases, 4 more deaths  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  5. Ontario hopes family doctors can reach those unvaccinated against COVID-19  CBC.ca
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TORONTO — More family doctors will be involved in Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine rollout as the province works to reach those who haven't had a shot and and eyes eventually winding down its mass immunization sites.TORONTO — More family doctors will be involved in Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine rollout as the province works to reach those who haven't had a shot and and eyes eventually winding down its mass immunization sites.

Ontario aims to bring more doctors into vax rollout, assess data to reach holdouts - Newmarket News

Ontario's daily COVID-19 case count climbed up above 200 today but other key metrics, including hospitalizations and deaths, continue to trend downward.Ontario's daily COVID-19 case count climbed up above 200 today but other key metrics, including hospitalizations and deaths, continue to trend downward.

Ontario reports 210 new coronavirus cases, 4 more deaths | CP24.com

Ontario officials are reporting more than 200 new COVID-19 cases for the first time this week, as well as four additional deaths related to the disease.Ontario officials are reporting more than 200 new COVID-19 cases for the first time this week, as well as four additional deaths related to the disease.

Ontario COVID-19 cases rise above 200 for the first time this week, 4 additional deaths reported | CTV News

With Ontario's COVID-19 vaccination coverage showing signs of levelling off, the province is enlisting help from family doctors.With Ontario's COVID-19 vaccination coverage showing signs of levelling off, the province is enlisting help from family doctors.

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Ontario is reporting 194 new cases of COVID-19 today and no new deaths linked to the virus.Health Minister Christine Elliott says there are 42 new cases in the Region of Waterloo, 35 in Toronto, and 26 in Peel Region.

Only 26 cases of COVID-19 in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, no new deaths in Ontario today | insauga.com

Ontario is reporting 210 new COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths on Thursday. Daily new infections creep back over 200 after three straight days below that mark. The province is reporting a test positivity rate of 0.8 per cent, down from 1 per cent one week ago. It is the lowest test positivity rate since Sept. […]

Ontario reports more than 200 COVID-19 cases, lowest positivity rate since summer - 680 NEWS

COVID-19 continues to be prevalent in Toronto and the rest of Ontario.COVID-19 continues to be prevalent in Toronto and the rest of Ontario.

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According to Thursday's report, 52 cases were recorded in Waterloo, 18 in Toronto, 23 in Peel Region, 19 in Hamilton and 17 in Grey Bruce.According to Thursday's report, 52 cases were recorded in Waterloo, 18 in Toronto, 23 in Peel Region, 19 in Hamilton and 17 in Grey Bruce.

Ontario reports 210 new COVID-19 cases, 4 deaths | Globalnews.ca

Ontario is involving more family doctors in its immunization effort as it tries to reach those who've yet to get a COVID-19 vaccine.Ontario is involving more family doctors in its immunization effort as it tries to reach those who've yet to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Ontario aims to bring more doctors into COVID-19 vaccine rollout, assess data to reach holdouts | Globalnews.ca

Ontario is involving more family doctors in its immunization effort as it tries to reach those who've yet to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Ontario aims to bring more doctors into COVID-19 vaccine rollout, assess data to reach holdouts | Globalnews.ca

Today's update includes 231 recoveries, 21 new hospitalizations, and four deathsToday's update includes 231 recoveries, 21 new hospitalizations, and four deaths

Ontario reports 210 new COVID cases Thursday - Sault Ste. Marie News

Today's update includes 231 recoveries, 21 new hospitalizations, and four deathsRead the full story and comment on ElliotLakeToday.

Ontario reports 210 new COVID cases Thursday - Elliot Lake News

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Ontario reports 194 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths, over 204,000 vaccinations | SaultOnline.com

TORONTO — More family doctors will be involved in Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine rollout as the province works to reach those who haven't had a shot and and eyes eventually winding down its mass immunization sites.TORONTO — More family doctors will be involved in Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine rollout as the province works to reach those who haven't had a shot and and eyes eventually winding down its mass immunization sites.

Ontario aims to bring more doctors into vax rollout, assess data to reach holdouts - Sudbury News

Ontario is reporting 210 new COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths on Thursday. Daily new infections creep back over 200 after three straight days below that mark. The province is reporting a test positivity rate of 0.8 per cent, down from 1 per cent one week ago. It is the lowest test positivity rate since Sept. […]

Ontario reports more than 200 COVID-19 cases, lowest positivity rate since summer - CityNews Toronto