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Ontario on track for good summer despite small risk of fourth wave, modelling suggests

Ontario on track for good summer despite small risk of fourth wave, modelling suggests
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TORONTO -- COVID-19 cases in Ontario are dropping sharply and while the threat of a fourth wave caused by the delta variant still exists it is unlikely, health officials say.

Officials unveiled updated COVID-19 modelling data on Thursday, which depicts a much better control overthe pandemic in Ontario than in previous updates.

"We ve turned the corner in our progress against the pandemic," Science table co-chair Dr. Adalsteinn Brown said. "We can look forward to a much better summer."
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