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Ford warns harsher COVID measures may come as Ontario projected to hit 6,500 cases per day

"...I promise you I will not hesitate for a second if we have to go further."

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he will not hesitate to go into full lockdown after new COVID-19 modelling showed the province could see 6,500 new cases per day by mid-December.

In an interview with CP24 on Thursday, Premier Ford said he will be receiving a briefing from his health experts and make a decision on how to move forward. This new modelling came as a "shock" to Premier Ford.  

"I can assure you I haven't hesitated to make a tough decision and I promise you I will not hesitate for a second if we have to go further," Ford said. "That is what we will do."

"I will not hesitate to move forward to the next stage if we continue seeing this," he reiterated in the interview.

Infection rates are currently surging in Ontario, reaching record heights. This modelling comes after COVID-19 cases have been growing at a rate on average of 3.8 per cent each day for the past 14 days. This rate is seemingly growing with the last three days nearing 6 percent.



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