TORONTO —
Ontario is reporting another 251 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, a decline from the 14-week high logged a day earlier.

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Four more deaths were also reported by health officials, bringing the provincial death-toll related to the novel coronavirus to 2,820. All of the new deaths were recorded in long-term care residents.

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The new cases come one day after Ontario recorded the highest daily tally of infections since early June, with 313 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases…

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