Ontario reported an additional 112 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the province's total to 42,195 since the outbreak began in January.
This 0.3 per cent increase comes as the province's network of community, commercial and hospital labs processed just under 25,000 tests on Saturday, Health Minister Christine Elliott said in a series of tweets. More than 730,000 have been processed in Ontario this month so far.
Within the province's 34 health units, 29 are reporting five or fewer cases. Of those, 17 have no new cases.
The majority of today's cases are concentrated in Toronto, Peel and Ottawa regions with 35, 27, and 16 cases respectively. Windsor, which reported 19 cases yesterday, is back down to the single digits with six cases today.
The rest of the cases are mostly scattered in the Greater Toronto Area and southern Ontario.
Currently, 78 more cases are considered resolved bringing the province's overall total to 38,204 resolved cases.
Meanwhile, the number of patients hospitalized has stayed the same as yesterday, but there is a slight uptick in those in the ICU. There are now an additional three patients in intensive care with the current total sitting at 20, and 10 patients on a ventilator, up five from yesterday.
Ontario is also recording another death due to the novel coronavirus, bringing the current toll to 2,810. A CBC News count based on data from public health units, a measure that avoids lag times in the provincial reporting system, however, puts the actual toll at 2,840.
All of the figures can be found in the Ministry of Health's daily update, which includes data up until 4 p.m. the previous day. The number of cases for any particular region on a given day may differ from what is reported by the local public health unit.