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CBC News 18 Sep 2020

What's causing a surge in COVID-19 cases in Ontario

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COVID-19 cases in Ontario have topped more than 400, the province's highest daily case count since early June. So what is causing the spike in cases? Critical care physician Michael Warner breaks down some of the causes and challenges going forward.


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