Today’s cases are lower than 530 on Sunday, 502 on Saturday, 574 on Friday, 590 on Thursday and 496 on Tuesday, but higher than 411 on Wednesday.
Of the new cases announced, 110 cases are in Toronto, 61 in Peel, 56 and 29 in Durham.
Health Minister Christine Elliott said nearly 13,600 tests have been performed and 11,344,441 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.
Ontario reports 447 cases of # COVID-19[FEMALE[FEMININE and nearly 13,600 tests carried out. Locally, there are 110 new cases in Toronto, 61 in Peel, 56 in Waterloo, 39 in Porcupine and 29 in Durham.
– Christine Elliott (@celliottability) June 14, 2021
Residents of Ontario who live in designated hotspots for the Delta variant are now eligible to reserve their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, provided they have received their first injection by May 9.
Delta hot spots include the City of Toronto, Region of Peel and Region of York.
The province entered Stage 1 of its reopening plan on Friday, allowing open-air restaurants and non-essential retail businesses to reopen, with some restrictions.
Outdoor fitness classes are also allowed, and up to 10 people can congregate outdoors.