Ontario reported over 600 new COVID-19 cases and ten new deaths, continuing a daily trend of decreasing case counts, on Saturday.
640 new coronavirus illnesses were reported Monday, down from 727 on Friday and 821 a week ago, according to provincial health officials.
Today is the fourth day in a row that the province has seen a decrease in new cases from the previous day.
370 people are unvaccinated, 46 are partially vaccinated, 155 are completely vaccinated, and 69 have an unclear vaccination status, according to the most recent infections.
Approximately 30% of Ontarians remain unvaccinated against the disease, including children under the age of 12 who are not eligible for vaccination.
The province reported 677 new cases on Thursday, 463 on Wednesday and 574 on Tuesday.
The seven-day rolling average now stands at 629, a notable drop from 719 a week ago.
Of the 10 virus-related deaths reported today, six occurred within the last month and four occurred more than a month ago. The fatalities were only logged now due to data cleaning, according to the Ministry of Health.
Another 794 people recovered from the virus in the past 24 hours, resulting in 5,583 active cases across the province.
A total of 33,303 tests were processed yesterday, producing a positivity rate of 1.9 per cent, down from 2.5 per cent seven days ago, according to the ministry.
Of the latest cases, 126 are children between zero and 11 years old, 65 are individuals between 12 and 19 years old, 232 are between 20 and 39, 149 are between 40 and 59, 56 are between 60 and 79 and 11 are 80 and older.
Toronto reported the most cases out of Ontario’s 34 public health units with 113 new infections, while 69 were logged in Peel Region, 58 in York Region, 38 in Durham and 20 in Halton.
In Southern Ontario, 50 people were reported missing in Ottawa, 46 in Hamilton, and 30 in Waterloo.
In Ontario hospitals, 323 patients are being treated for the virus, with 178 in intensive care units and 128 using a ventilator to breathe.
There are 171 patients in ICUs who are not fully vaccinated or whose vaccination status is uncertain, and seven who are fully vaccinated.
Since January 2020, the province has seen over 583,275 lab-confirmed coronavirus cases and 567,994 recoveries.
Over 85% of Ontarians aged 12 and above have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, with 80% having got two doses and being considered completely vaccinated.