Two new coronavirus cases in Ontario, pushing provincewide total to 22
Ontario health authorities say two new cases of the novel coronavirus have been identified in the province.
The latest cases are a woman who returned to Kitchener, Ont., from Italy and a man who returned to Toronto from Iran.
The province's chief medical officer of health says the total number of cases in the province has now reached 22.
Dr. David Williams says everyone who has tested positive for the virus so far has been isolated.
The first four cases have all been resolved, with those patients twice testing negative for the virus at least 24 hours apart.
Williams will provide an update later today.
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