The Province is reporting 255 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 new deaths as of Wednesday (June 23).
This marks the third consecutive day the number of new cases has been below 300.
Of Wednesday’s new cases, just 25 are in Peel Region, while Toronto had the most with 57, followed by Waterloo, which had 53.
Additionally, with 27,364 tests conducted, the positivity rate is down to just 0.93 per cent.
Further, the Province is reporting another 227,318 vaccines administered.
As of Wednesday, two-thirds of all Ontarians have received at least one dose of a vaccine, including more than three-quarters of adults, and more than one-quarter of adults has been fully vaccinated.