The Windsor-Essex region will join the rest of Ontario in Stage 3 of the province's reopening plan on Wednesday, Ontario's chief medical officer of health said.
The premier made the comments at a news conference on Monday, commending the province for its success so far in battling the deadly disease.
"Thanks to the collective efforts of our frontline health care workers, public health experts, and the people of Windsor-Essex, more businesses can hang up their "Open for Business" sign, and more people can go back to work", said Premier Doug Ford.
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Outbreaks among migrant workers on farms in the region had previously held Windsor-Essex back from Stage 3. Three staff members there have tested positive for the virus since July 10.
"It's just a reminder that the virus is not gone outside of this community", says Dr. Ahmed.
Ontario reported 115 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, an increase that comes after a week of daily case counts below 100. "The virus still exists in our community".
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The age breakdown of new cases remains consistent with reports delivered by Public Health Ontario over the past several weeks.
Ahmed said health officials are making progress in the region to contain outbreaks on local farms.
She added that the province processed more than 22,000 tests over the past 24 hours, down from the 28,000 completed one day earlier.
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To date, Public Health Ontario has reported 40,161 cases of COVID-19, with 36,381 of those cases (90.6 per cent) now listed as recovered, and 2,786 cases (6.9 per cent) ending in death.