21 more COVID-19 deaths in Ontario; the total number of cases increases by 379

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TORONTO –
On Tuesday morning, another 21 deaths from COVID-19 were confirmed by Ontario health officials, while 379 new cases of new coronavirus were announced.

The total number of cases in the province is now 4,726, including 153 patients who have died.

There are currently 691 additional people under investigation for the virus.

The number of cases resolved in the province is now 1,802.

To date, more than 81,000 people have been tested for COVID-19 in the province.

There are no specific treatments for the virus and there is no vaccine to protect it.

Symptoms of the virus, which can include fever, cough, and shortness of breath, are similar to other respiratory infections.

The Ontario government website advises people with symptoms of COVID-19 to contact their primary health care provider or Telehealth Ontario.

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