April 20 2020 1:02pm

Coronavirus outbreak: Ontario’s number of COVID-19 cases appears to have peaked, new modelling suggests

During a press conference on Monday, Adalsteinn (Steini) Brown, Dean of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, revealed new modelling data that suggest the wave of new community spread cases of COVID-19 in Ontario appears to have peaked and that projections now shows the outbreak behaving more like ‘best case scenario’. While earlier models predicted a peak in cases in May, public health measures, including widespread implementation of physical distancing, have accelerated the peak to now.

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