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Premier Doug Ford apologized to Ontarians Thursday, days after his government faced intense backlash for introducing a number of additional COVID-19 restrictions that were not recommended by health experts and then nixed earlier this week. Read more:
The renewed calls to toughen the border comes as a massive surge of COVID-19 cases ravages India.
The last week has been a bad one for the Ontario premier. Polls suggest his recent handling of the pandemic has sapped his support.
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When asked why Ontario waited until Thursday to issue a stay-at-home order, solicitor general Sylvia Jones said: "We wanted to make sure that the modelling was actually showing up in our hospitals.” Here’s what the province’s associate chief medical officer of health had to say.
Premier Ford and other officials have repeatedly suggested throughout the pandemic's second wave that the curve was flattening, only to see it surge again. Here's a look at that timeline: