Ontario reports 1,837 new cases of COVID-19, 58 more deaths, and 10,215 vaccinations

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TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 1,837 new cases of COVID-19 today and 58 more deaths related to the virus.

Health Minister Christine Elliot says that there are 595 new cases in Toronto, 295 in Peel Region, and 170 in York Region.

More than 69,000 tests were completed since Ontario’s last daily update.

The province also says 51 cases of the U.K. variant of the novel coronavirus have been identified in Ontario so far.

Meanwhile, Ontario says that 10,215 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine were administered since Thursday’s daily report.

A total of 327,455 doses of a vaccine have been administered so far.

There have been 264,300 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ontario since the pandemic began. Of those cases, 237,871 have been resolved and 6,072 people have died in the province from the virus.


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