For the second time in two days, Toronto on Tuesday recorded a record number of daily COVID-19 cases.
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In the Ontario capital, 727 people were declared newly infected with the coronavirus, it is more than a hundred than the day before, while the 622 cases of Monday had represented a peak.
For the province, the number of new infections edged down slightly from the previous day to 1,707 cases.
On a more positive side, the region of Peel, which notably covers the cities of Mississauga and Brampton in the suburbs of Toronto and which is also in lockdown, has seen the number of people newly affected by the coronavirus continue to decline with 373 cases. , Tuesday.
Seven new deaths related to the disease were reported in Ontario on Tuesday for a total of 3,663 since the start of the pandemic.