Ontario has reported fewer than 400 new COVID-19 cases, as well as one more virus-related death today.
370 new COVID-19 infections were reported today in Ontario, down from 373 on Saturday and 443 a week earlier.
The seven-day rolling average of new cases has reduced to 379, down from 465 last Sunday.
Officials believe that 123, or 33%, of the new cases diagnosed today involve patients who have been completely vaccinated against COVID-19.
About 87.9 per cent of Ontarians 12 and older have one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 83.8 per cent have received two doses.
Forty-seven new cases were reported in Toronto today, 42 were reported in Peel Region, and 31 were logged in York Region.
With 25,328 tests processed over the past 24 hours, Ontario is reporting a positivity rate of 1.2 per cent, down from 1.4 per cent seven days ago.
According to the province, there are 137 COVID-19 patients receiving treatment in intensive care, down from 164 one week ago.
There are now 3,258 known, active COVID-19 infections in the province, down from 3,898 last Sunday.
The continued decline in Ontario’s active COVID-19 caseload comes as the province prepares to further lift capacity restrictions in venues where vaccination is required.
Starting at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, gyms and restaurants will be able to return to full capacity.
The province announced last week that it will be taking a “gradual approach” to easing remaining public health restrictions over the next six months provided public health indicators continue to head in the right direction.