Coronavirus: Latest Developments in the Greater Toronto Area May 12

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Here is a summary of the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Tuesday:

361 new cases of coronavirus, 56 deaths in Ontario while the total number of cases reaches 20,907

Ontario reported 361 new cases of new coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the provincial total to 20,907 cases.

The death toll rose to 1,725 ​​while 56 other deaths were reported.

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In the meantime, 15,391 people have recovered from COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, which represents 73.6% of cases.

Public health units in the Greater Toronto Area account for 62.1% of all cases in the province.

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361 new cases of coronavirus, 56 deaths in Ontario while the total number of cases reaches 20,907

Premier Doug Ford To Announce Ontario Plans To Enter “Stage 1” Of Reopening On Thursday

Premier Doug Ford has said that he will be sharing more “good news” Thursday about people returning to work and opening more workplaces in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

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“This will be Stage 1 of three stages,” said Premier Doug Ford during his daily press conference at Queen’s Park on Tuesday.

“So it’s very important that the people of Ontario have all followed the protocols, and we reached stage 1 on Thursday. We will therefore have more details as we go along. “

Ford said Ontario will reopen more low-risk workplaces, seasonal businesses and essential services.

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Premier Doug Ford To Announce Ontario Plans To Enter Reopening “Stage 1” On Thursday

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