1. What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Saturday, Aug. 1  CBC.ca
  2. Coronavirus: Ontario health official says scenarios in place for potential COVID-19 cases in schools  Global News
  3. Health officials considering drive-thru testing with 'unsustainable' demand on assessment centres  Ottawa Citizen
  4. Ontario records more than 100 new COVID-19 cases for second day in a row  CTV Toronto
  5. Twenty-six new COVID-19 cases reported in Ottawa Friday; zero new deaths  CTV News Ottawa
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Ontario reported more than 100 new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row after dipping into the double digits earlier this week. Ontario reported more than 100 new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row after dipping into the double digits earlier this week.

Ontario records more than 100 new COVID-19 cases for second day in a row | CTV News

"The focus of the region is to expand our capacity as quickly as possible to support the increased demand."

Health officials considering drive-thru testing | Ottawa Citizen

Health officials considering drive-thru testing

Health officials considering drive-thru testing with 'unsustainable' demand on assessment centres | Ottawa Citizen

With Saturday's coronavirus update, Ontario's death toll now stands at 2,777.With Saturday's coronavirus update, Ontario's death toll now stands at 2,777.

Ontario reports 124 new coronavirus cases, 2 deaths; total cases top 39,300 | Globalnews.ca

For the second straight day, the number of new COVID-19 infections in Ontario surpassed 100.For the second straight day, the number of new COVID-19 infections in Ontario surpassed 100.

New COVID-19 cases in Ontario surpass 100 for second day in a row | CP24.com

Ottawa Public Health needs more resources to fulfil the non-COVID-19 aspects of its mandate, the agency's director says.

Public Health needs more resources to sustain non-COVID work: Etches | Ottawa Citizen

Public Health needs more resources to sustain non-COVID work: Etches

Public Health needs more resources to maintain non-COVID services: Etches | Ottawa Citizen

The province is reporting 124 new cases (down from 134 that was reported Friday) — 17 of which are in Ottawa.Read the full story and comment on OttawaMatters.

UPDATE: Ontario, Ottawa reporting slight dip in COVID-19 numbers; Ontario still in triple digits - OttawaMatters.com

Ontario is seeing a rise in new cases this Friday as numbers spike above 100.  According to the province's Minister of Health, Christine Elliott, 134 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario were reported on July 31. Editor's Choice: Canadians Are Being Told To Stop Eating Red Onions From The U.S. Due To Salmonella   134 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario on July 31 Elliott states that out of these new cases, 26 were reported in Ottawa, while 24 were in the Windsor-Essex area. These numbers are a slight increase from the past two days, where the province had seen numbers drop under 100.  "While a slight uptick over the past two days, 28 of 34 PHUs are reporting five or fewer cases," reports Elliott.  This brings the total number of COVID-19 cases to 39,209 province-wide. However, 35,074 of those cases have been resolved.On Friday, 134 new cases were reported.

New COVID-19 Cases In Ontario Just Spiked Above 100 Again - Narcity

Ontario reported 124 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, a slight decrease over Friday’s numbers. It marked the second straight day of more than 100 new cases across the province and comes after two successive days in which new infection totals were below that number. “Locally, 28 of 34 public health units are reporting five […]

Ontario reports 124 new cases of COVID-19 - 680 NEWS

Two more people have died from the virus since the last provincial updateTwo more people have died from the virus since the last provincial update

Province reports 124 new COVID cases in Ontario today - SooToday.com

COVID-19: New cases drop slightly in Ontario; Ottawa reports 17 cases | Ottawa Citizen

COVID-19: New cases drop slightly in Ontario; Ottawa reports 17 cases | Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa once again led the province with the highest increase in coronavirus cases on Friday.Ottawa once again led the province with the highest increase in coronavirus cases on Friday.

26 new coronavirus cases in Ottawa heading into August long weekend - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ottawa once again led the province with the highest increase in coronavirus cases on Friday.

26 new coronavirus cases in Ottawa heading into August long weekend - Ottawa | Globalnews.ca

Ontario reported 134 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, breaking a two-day trend of fewer than 100 new cases. The province had reported 76 cases on Wednesday and 89 cases on Thursday. Friday’s total was the highest since 137 new cases were reported on Sunday. There are now 39,209 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the […]

Ontario reports 134 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday - CityNews Toronto

The death toll in Ontario has risen to 2,775, as three new deaths were reported.The death toll in Ontario has risen to 2,775, as three new deaths were reported.

Ontario reports 134 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths; total cases at 39,209 | Globalnews.ca

The death toll in Ontario has risen to 2,775, as three new deaths were reported.

Ontario reports 134 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths; total cases at 39,209 | Globalnews.ca

"The focus of the region is to expand our capacity as quickly as possible to support the increased demand.""The focus of the region is to expand our capacity as quickly as possible to support the increased demand."

Health officials considering drive-thru testing | Ottawa Sun

"The focus of the region is to expand our capacity as quickly as possible to support the increased demand.""The focus of the region is to expand our capacity as quickly as possible to support the increased demand."

Health officials considering drive-thru testing | Ottawa Sun

Previous two days case counts were below 100 per dayPrevious two days case counts were below 100 per day

Another jump again as Ontario logs 134 new COVID-19 cases today - Sudbury.com