Dr. Stewart Kennedy heads the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre's COVID-19 response team.
However, enhanced public health measures, including staying home and physically distancing, are working and that has accelerated the peak to now.
Premier Doug Ford says Ontario has avoided the devastation we witnessed in other countries.
However, new research suggests that there may be many more people infected with the virus who are asymptomatic.
When restrictions are reduced, the impacts will be felt in hospitals one, two or three weeks later, he said.
Get more information online here. "Nothing's going to change until we see the curve continue to flatten or go down".
Ford says the new data modelling for the spread of COVID-19 in the province shows that we are at the peak of the spread, but warned that we must continue to be vigilant, "Today we saw modelling that shows some light at the end of the tunnel".
Talks around bringing back parts of the economy have also started.
"Nothing could be worse than this unimaginable tragedy", Ford said. "This could bite us in the backside in about 10 seconds".
Previous models suggested the outbreak wouldn't peak until mid-May and that 80,000 cases would be reported by mid-April.
Just over 5,500 Ontarians have recovered from the virus, according to Ministry of Health statistics released Monday morning based on reports from health units as of 4 p.m. Sunday. So while it is encouraging, it does not mean the pandemic is over, or even easing.
There are outbreaks in 127 long-term care homes, and about half of the deaths in the province are residents from those facilities, said Brown.
Experts say community spread is similar to the trend in South Korea, where the coronavirus was clamped down on quickly.
"We are confident that those measures will in fact have a great impact on outbreaks and preventing and controlling infection in this setting, but it doesn't happen overnight", she said.
Joe Biden said Monday he'd pick former first lady Michelle Obama as his running mate "in a heartbeat" if she were willing. Her husband, Barack Obama, was president of the United States from 2008 to 2016.
These stations are also ad-supported, and Sonos sees them as a way to get people to broader, perhaps more familiar music quickly. Sonos Radio introduces original radio programming from Sonos featuring a range of music handpicked by DJs and artists.
The fallout from the XFL's canceled season continues, as Vince McMahon is now being sued by the league's former commissioner. He hired Luck, a well-regarded sports administrator in 2018 for reportedly at least $20 million over multiple years.
The Belgian Pro League became the first major European league to be cancelled because of coronavirus on 15 April. The Champions League and Europa League are on hold "until further notice", with both stuck in the last-16 stage.
Deux jours plus tard, l'armée nord-coréenne a procédé à plusieurs tirs de missiles de croisière à courte portée. Mais Kim Jong Un n'a été vu sur aucune des photographies diffusées par la presse officielle.
The second case involved a young child who became dizzy, fell and hit her head after ingesting an ethanol-based hand sanitizer. She called 911 and was taken to a hospital, where her condition improved with "oxygen and bronchodilators", the report said.
Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton was specifically named by Rapoport in his tweet report as failing the drug test. Every year, without fail, some players wind up failing drug tests administered at the Scouting Combine.
La gendarmerie présente sur les lieux de l'incendie a informé que, pour l'instant, l'origine du dégât n'était pas déterminée. L'incendie a été rapidement maîtrisé par 7 pompiers, mais le tracteur a complètement brûlé.
Israeli drones and warplanes were seen flying over Lebanon earlier on Monday, The Associated Press news agency reported. Last month, Israeli warplanes fired missiles on the Shayrat air base also in the central province of Homs.
Hazel Laws, informed the public of the process of testing for COVID-19 and the process for making a diagnosis of the virus. To wit, a person may be infected with the virus and transmit it to others for several days before antibodies form.
McDonald's suspends Singapore operations till May 4
Following advice from the Ministry of Health, McDonald's Singapore is set to close its doors to customers until May 4, 2020. McDonald's Singapore Managing Director Kenneth Chan said that McDonald's is simply doing its part to flatten the curve.
Alberta surpasses 100000 COVID-19 tests
The situation remains the same in Lloydminster and surrounding areas with one active case in the MD of Wainwright. Eight more people have been hospitalized since Saturday's report and two more are being treated in ICUs.
Queen Elizabeth II marks 94th birthday with no fanfare
Meanwhile, the Queen has turned 94 - but is marking her birthday away from her family as the coronavirus lockdown continues . Gun salutes traditionally take place to mark special occasions for royals, including on birthdays and weddings.