That’s higher than the 135 cases on Wednesday, 127 on Tuesday, 130 on Monday, 177 on Sunday and 176 on Saturday.
Broken down by region, 22 of the latest cases are in Gray Bruce, 18 in Toronto, 17 in Hamilton, 13 in Peel and 13 in Waterloo.
All Ontarians aged 12 and over are now eligible to receive the first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to Health Minister Christine Elliott, 18.6 million vaccines have been administered to date.
At 8:00 p.m. yesterday, 18,604,169 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered, including 125,166 doses administered yesterday.
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Ontario is now in Stage 3 of the provincial plan to reopen COVID-19.
The province will remain in Stage 3 for at least 21 days or until key public health indicators are met, such as fully immunizing 75% of Ontarians aged 12 and over.
Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr Kieran Moore said once these criteria are met, the “vast majority” of public health and workplace safety measures can be lifted.
These include indoor and outdoor capacity limits and collection restrictions.
Ontario has recorded 548,794 total COVID-19 cases and 9,307 total deaths since the start of the pandemic.