The province reported 11 more COVID-19-related deaths, as well as a decrease in hospitalizations and ICU occupancy from the previous day on Saturday.
The deaths occurred within the last month, according to the Ministry of Health, and one of the victims was a long-term care home resident.
The province has documented 13,063 virus-related deaths through March 2020.
In Ontario hospitals, there are currently 1,392 individuals with the virus, down from 1,453 a day ago and 1,563 a week ago.
According to the ministry, 39% of hospital patients were admitted for COVID-19-related reasons, while 60% were admitted for other reasons but tested positive for the virus.
156 people are in intensive care units, down from 168 yesterday and 204 a week ago.
Sixty-five per cent of ICU patients were admitted for the virus, while 34 per cent were admitted for other reasons and subsequently tested positive.
Ontario labs processed 15,102 tests yesterday and 6,306 tests are currently under investigation.
The province confirmed another 1,575 cases today but health officials say daily case counts continue to be an underestimate due to limited access to PCR testing.
Among the latest cases, 1,061 of the individuals have received three doses of a vaccine, 271 have received two doses, 165 are partially or unvaccinated and 78 have an unknown vaccination status.
To date, 90 per cent of Ontarians aged five years and older have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, 86 per cent have received two doses and 52 per cent have received three doses.
Source_ The Canadian Press