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Ontario reports 841 more COVID-19 cases, 7-day average on the rise
Ontario reported another 841 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, as the seven-day average of new daily cases — a measure that helps limit noise in the data — is starting to climb again after a brief lull.
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