Ontario reported less than 1,200 COVID-19 patients in hospitals and 14 net new deaths, as hospitalizations continue to fall, on Saturday.
According to the Ministry of Health, there are currently 1,191 individuals battling the illness in Ontario hospitals, down from 1,704 a week ago.
329 of those admitted to the hospital are in intensive care, down from 414 a week ago.
In the last month, fourteen additional people have died as a result of the infection.
According to the ministry, data cleansing resulted in four deaths being deleted from the total. The total number of people who have died as a result of the virus is currently 12,247.
Provincial labs processed over 14,100 tests in the past 24 hours, producing a positivity rate of 11.8 per cent, the ministry says.
Ontario reported 2,244 lab-confirmed coronavirus cases today, but health officials say this is an undercount due to testing restrictions.
Among the latest cases, 1,651 are fully vaccinated, 303 are unvaccinated, 77 are partially vaccinated and 213 have an unknown vaccination status.
So far, 89 per cent of eligible Ontarians aged five and older have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, 85 per cent have received two doses and 48 per cent have received three doses.