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COVID-19: Here's the situation in Timmins today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in Timmins today

There are no new cases or recoveries
Province launches pandemic recovery program for Northern Ontario small business

Province launches pandemic recovery program for Northern Ontario small business

$20-million program provides assistance for social distancing improvements, personal safety equipment
<b>WATCH:</b> Ford says COVID-19 second wave is here and it 'will be worse'

WATCH: Ford says COVID-19 second wave is here and it 'will be worse'

Announcement comes after province reports record number of COVID-19 cases
Ontario counts 700 new cases today, most ever reported in a single day

Ontario counts 700 new cases today, most ever reported in a single day

Provincial hot spots are in Toronto, Peel and Ottawa
Number of new provincial COVID-19 cases spikes to 491 today

Number of new provincial COVID-19 cases spikes to 491 today

The province also reported two additional deaths related to the coronavirus over the past 24 hours; There is a backlog of more than 65,000 tests awaiting results
Numbers up slightly as province reports 435 new COVID cases

Numbers up slightly as province reports 435 new COVID cases

There were no deaths related to the coronavirus in Ontario today; There are 100 people hospitalized throughout the province with COVID-19
Studying from home prepping people for the future: international students

Studying from home prepping people for the future: international students

They are missing socializing on campus, though
COVID-19: Here's the situation in Timmins today

COVID-19: Here's the situation in Timmins today

One new case confirmed in Moose Factory
Restrictions for restaurants, strip clubs tightened as COVID-19 cases rise

Restrictions for restaurants, strip clubs tightened as COVID-19 cases rise

The changes take effect Saturday
Fourth COVID-19 case confirmed in Moose Factory (updated)

Fourth COVID-19 case confirmed in Moose Factory (updated)

It's the 82nd case in the Porcupine Health Unit area