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Ontario reported 325 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths on Monday, the day Canada eased restrictions on its land border with the United States for the first time since March 2020.

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Toronto, with 90 new cases, Peel, with 47, and Hamilton and York, with 29 each, were the most affected areas in the province.

The new figures bring the total number of COVID cases in Ontario since January 2020 to 552,804 and its death toll to 9,407. There are 11,782 active cases in the province.

There are currently 94 COVID patients in Ontario hospitals, although about 10 percent of hospitals have not submitted data. There are 113 ICU patients with COVID-related illnesses, 83 of them have been diagnosed with COVID. There are 70 ventilator patients with COVID-related illnesses, 51 of them currently with COVID.

In addition, 29,949 doses of vaccine were administered in the province during the 24-hour period ending Sunday evening, for a total of 19,902,159 province-wide. A total of 9,343,260 Ontarians have been fully immunized.

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Latest COVID-19 news from Ottawa

Ottawa Public Health reported five new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and no new deaths. The new figures bring the total number of COVID cases in the city to 27,883 since the start of the pandemic, while the death toll remains at 593.

There are currently 73 active cases. Of these, three people are in Ottawa hospitals with COVID, including one in intensive care.

SPO reported 9,201 cases of variants of concern, variants of interest and mutations, 6,838, or 74%, of them identified as Alpha variants, first identified in the UK. There have been 406 confirmed cases of the Beta variant, first identified in South Africa, as well as 35 cases of the Gamma variant, first identified in Brazil, and 62 cases of the Delta variant, first identified in India.

There have been 101 deaths attributed to variants and mutations.

The city’s seven-day infection rate, meanwhile, is 6.4 per 100,000 residents. The seven-day positivity rate in Ottawa is 0.7%, while the seven-day reproduction rate (R

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