Coronavirus: Ontario's top doctor discusses possible lockdowns as data suggests cases could rise to 6,000 per day by mid-December

Ontario health officials unveiled the latest COVID-19 modelling numbers on Thursday, which highlighted the province could be headed towards daily numbers upwards of 6,000 cases by mid-December. Williams said residents in Ontario need to return to their practices from the first wave. Asked about a possible lockdown and what it might look like, he said there's many questions that have to be answered, but they "have to answered fairly soon."