Ontario reported six new COVID-19 deaths, while the number of patients in ICU due to coronavirus remained stable from the previous day, on Sunday.
According to the Ministry of Health, three of the deaths on Sunday occurred within the last 30 days, and three others occurred before that time.
COVID-19-related deaths have increased by 102 in the last week and 376 in the last 30 days.
There have been 12,734 deaths due to COVID-19 since March 2020.
The Ministry of Health says 212 people were in intensive care due to or with COVID-19 on Sunday, unchanged from one day earlier.
ICU occupancy due to COVID-19 has increased by 7.6 per cent in the past week and 28.4 per cent in the past 30 days.
Total overall hospital occupancy data was not available on Sunday.
Across all regions of Ontario, the COVID-19 Science Advisory Table says wastewater surveillance data shows virus spread is declining in all areas except eastern Ontario and central Ontario west of GTA.
Of the 4,098 cases confirmed through PCR tests on Sunday, 496 involved unvaccinated or partially vaccinated people, 815 involved people with two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, 2,612 involved people with three doses of vaccine and 175 involved people whose vaccine status was not known.
Provincial labs processed 16,139 test specimens in the previous 24 hours, generating a positivity rate of 15.5 per cent.
Average positivity over the past week was 17.5 per cent.
The Ministry of Health says 20,928 COVID-19 vaccine doses were administered on Saturday.
Of those, 1,088 were first doses, 1,879 were second doses, 3,761 were third doses and 14,200 were fourth doses.
Source_ The Canadian Press