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Ontario s York Region Shifts Back To Stage 2 As COVID-19 Cases Surge

Ontario s York Region Shifts Back To Stage 2 As COVID-19 Cases Surge
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Premier Doug Ford says the region will be moved back into a modified Stage 2 of the provinces pandemic plan, which bars indoor service in restaurants and closes gyms, among other things.

The tighter measures take effect Monday and will be in place for 28 days.

The premiers announcement comes a week after Toronto, Peel Region and Ottawa were placed under similar restrictions amid rising cases.

Health Minister Christine Elliott says 213 of the new cases are in Toronto, 135 are in Peel Region, 108 are in Ottawa and 62 are in York Region.

The province now has a total of 62,908 cases of COVID-19, including 54,004 that are considered resolved and 3,031 deaths.
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