Ontario reported two more COVID-19 deaths, as the number of individuals hospitalized for or with COVID-19 decreased on Sunday.
Both fatalities, according to the Ministry of Health, occurred within the last 30 days.
In the last seven days, 98 people have died, and in the last 30 days, 481 people have died.
Since March 2020, the province has confirmed 13,161 deaths attributable to COVID-19.
Overall hospital admissions data was incomplete on Sunday, but there were 152 patients in intensive care on Sunday, down eight from Saturday and seven from one week ago.
Of those, 72 patients were breathing with a ventilator, down eight from Saturday, three from one week ago and six from two weeks ago.
Of the 1,052 cases confirmed through PCR testing on Sunday, 135 involved unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people, 196 involved people with two doses of vaccine, 675 involved people with three or more doses of vaccine and 46 involved people whose vaccination status was not known.
The Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table continues to cite wastewater surveillance data that indicates virus spread is on the decline in all parts of the province except for the north.
Provincial labs processed 9,777 specimens in the past 24 hours, generating a positivity rate of nine per cent.
The seven-day average of positivity was 10.1 per cent, down from 11.8 per cent in the week prior.
The province says 10,568 COVID-19 vaccine doses were administered on Saturday.
Of those, 594 were first doses, 907 were second doses, 1,474 were third doses and 7,593 were fourth doses.
Source_ The Canadian Press