On Friday, Ontario reported that there were 116 new cases of COVID-19 in the province, bringing the total number of cases to 36,464. There were also seven deaths reported in Ontario related to COVID-19, bringing the death toll to 2,710.
According to the most recent recovery numbers, 88.2 per cent of people (32,155) who have had the virus in the province have recovered. Health officials resolved an additional 178 cases since Thursday.
Of the recently identified cases, 56 of them are between the ages of 20-39, the most of any age group. The Greater Toronto Area is also home to 77 of the 116 latest patients.
There remains 1,599 active cases in the province, the fewest since March 31. That includes 117 people in hospital (down by six since Thursday), 34 in intensive care (up by three) and 24 who require a ventilator (up by one).
According to the Ministry of Long-Term Care, there are 22 active outbreaks among long-term care facilities in the province, after 292 have been resolved. One-hundred thirty-seven residents are currently infected (down by five), along with 204 staff (down by seven).