Big City crushes virus, finds 10 cases in pop of three million

Slow and steady does it for the Big City of Toronto as Friday’s count of COVID-19 new cases has found only 10 among a population of three million. Across the province, the Ministry of Health reports 88 cases. It’s the fifth day in a row Ontario has reported fewer than 100 new COVID-19 infections. The figures are drawn from more than 25,000 tests performed Thursday. There remain as many as 25,000 cases under investigation.