14 new coronavirus cases, 1 additional death confirmed in Simcoe Muskoka

Six of the new cases are in Barrie, while three are in Innisfil. The others are in Muskoka Lakes, Bradford, Orillia, Oro-Medonte and New Tecumseth.
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