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Locally, 27 public health units are reporting five or fewer cases, with 16 reporting no new cases. In Toronto, another adult entertainment establishment has been singled out for COVID infections and possible exposure. Toronto Public Health confirmed Sunday morning that 7 people, who were in Club Paradise,at Bloor Street West between August 29th and September 10th, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Public Health adds that makes the risk of infection low, and the club has voluntarily closed down for two weeks. The increase in cases continues for a third straight day.
Over 31, tests were completed. Toronto is reporting 63 cases with 47 in Ottawa and 35 in Peel.
Six were employees and one was a patron. PM Trudeau facing backlash over B. Ontario's long-term care staff must be vaccinated by Nov. Over charges laid in an operation targeting loud vehicles in Niagara An operation in Niagara targeting loud vehicles has wrapped up with over charges laid.
Ontario health officials report people with COVID are being treated in hospital today Health Minister Christine Elliott says of those patients are not fully vaccinated or their vaccination status is unknown.
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