The penultimate day before mask restrictions in most indoor public areas across the province expire, Ontario confirmed three new COVID-19 deaths, on Sunday.
According to the Ministry of Health, all three deaths occurred within the last 30 days.
In Ontario, 76 people have died as a result of COVID-19 in the last seven days, and 496 have died in the last 30 days.
In the last two years, there have been 12,332 verified deaths in Ontario as a result of COVID-19.
On Monday, the legal requirement to wear a mask in most indoor public spaces including shopping malls, schools and restaurants ends.
The province could not provide the total number of COVID-19 patients in hospital across all wards on Sunday, but said the number of patients in intensive care fell by three to 182.
Of those, 97 were breathing with the help of a ventilator.
Of the 1,680 cases detected through limited PCR testing on Sunday, 200 involved people who were unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, 452 involved people with two doses of vaccine, 946 involved people with three doses of vaccine and 82 involved people whose vaccine status was unknown.
Since March 11, the Ministry of Health has stopped providing standalone figures for unvaccinated people infected with COVID-19 and added new information on the number of infected people who have had three doses of vaccine.
Provincial labs processed 10,967 test specimens in the previous period, generating a positivity rate of 12 per cent.
Positivity has hovered around 12.5 per cent on average over the past seven days.
The Ministry of Health says 11,936 COVID-19 vaccine doses were administered on Saturday.
Of those, 1,109 were first doses, 4,005 were second doses and 6,339 were third doses.
Across all age groups, 84.2 per cent of Ontario residents have one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, 80.8 per cent have two doses and 48 per cent have three doses.