Ontario’s new COVID-19 cases could drop to 200 a day — or rise to 5,000, latest modelling projects


Ontario’s fourth wave of COVID-19 has flattened, but cases have been increasing in just over half the province’s health units in the last two weeks — particularly in children aged five to 11, who are not yet eligible for vaccination, the science table says in new modelling.
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