Ontario reported 2,964 new COVID-19 cases and 25 additional deaths on Sunday.
The provincial health ministry said Sunday’s figure includes 786 cases in Toronto, 346 in Peel Region, 187 in Windsor-Essex, 308 in York Region, 172 in Hamilton and 197 in Durham Region.
There are currently 23,611 active infections of the novel coronavirus across the province.
According to the ministry, the 25 additional COVID-19-related deaths on Saturday bring the provincial death toll to 4,650.
The province’s network of labs has processed a total of 49,803 tests since the last update, and 5.6 per cent came back positive.
There has been an average increase of 2,792 new cases per day over the past week and Ontario set a new single-day record of 3,363 cases on Saturday.
The seven-day average is now at a record-high of 2,792.