Ontario modelling projects continued drop in cases if restrictions maintained

Ontario modelling projects continued drop in cases if restrictions maintained
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An unusually empty Blue Mountain Village, in Blue Mountains, Ont. on Dec. 30, 2020.

Ryan Carter/The Globe and Mail

New modelling prepared for the Ontario government predicts that COVID-19 cases will continue to drop as long as strict restrictions stay in place, even if more schools reopen and faster-spreading variants of the coronavirus gain a stronger foothold in the province.

The province’s COVID-19 science advisory and modelling consensus tables unveiled the fresh projections on the same day the province announced that elementary students in four more regions, including the cities of Ottawa and London, would return to in-person learning on Monday.

However, neither Chief Medical Officer of Health David Williams, nor Adalsteinn (Steini) Brown, co-chair of the province’s…



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