Sunday’s update brings Ontario’s cumulative total to 43,161 cases since the outbreak began in late January. Of these, 90.2% are considered resolved.
Sunday’s update also showed that a significant number of new cases were in the 20-39 age group, accounting for 79 of the day’s total number of cases.
There are currently 1,390 active confirmed cases in Ontario, primarily in Peel Region and Toronto.
The number of hospitalized patients fell to 52 from 58 reported on Saturday. However, one more patient is on a ventilator. Nine people are currently ventilated and 15 people are in intensive care units.
The province has confirmed two more deaths from the new coronavirus, bringing the current toll to 2,813.
A CBC News tally, based on data from public health units, puts the actual toll at 2,851, a figure that has remained unchanged since Friday.