The province is reporting a new record high of 1,328 COVID-19 cases today, making it the second day in a row it reported a new high.
This surpasses the previous high of 1,312 cases it reported on Saturday, November 7.
Ontario is also reporting 13 new deaths, according to Minister of Health Christine Elliott.
There are 434 new cases in Toronto, 385 in Peel, 105 in York Region, 71 in Ottawa, 68 in Hamilton, 43 in Halton, and 56 in Durham.
877 more cases have been resolved cases and nearly 37,600 additional tests completed, Elliott says.
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