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Canada Covid-19 Updates English News Updates Ontario

Ontario: cases down today, but thousands of tests are missing

TORONTO – Less infections, but also fewer tests to detect them. Ontario recorded 486 new cases of Covid-19 today, compared to 639 on Monday: a decline, therefore, after more than 600 cases had always been recorded in the last few days. However, the provincial government has announced that 17,369 tests have been processed in the last 24 hours (compared to 20,000 on Monday and 23,075 on Sunday) and that there is a backlog of 11,370 tests awaiting results. The positivity therefore remains high, at 3%. Last week it was 2.6%.  (more…)

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Back to school in September, a plan is missing

“Time is running out.” Using these words, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Kieran Moore has tried to get out of the hibernation in which it fell, the government that must ensure a safe reopening of schools in September. September seems far away, indeed far away, but eight weeks quickly pass while a plan to be implemented to kick-start the new school year is not mentioned. (more…)

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The appeal of a Russian girl
rekindles hopes for Denise,
missing for sixteen years

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian MAZARA DEL VALLO (Trapani) – Sixteen years ago an Italian mother, Piera Maggio, denounced the disappearance of her four-year-old daughter: Denise Pipitone, who vanished into thin air while playing in front of her house in Mazara del Vallo, in the Trapani area, in Sicily. Today, the appeal of a Russian girl who is looking for her family rekindles hope: she is Olesya Rostova, 20 years old.

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