The Authorities of Ontario confirmed 1,691 new COVID-19 instances and 15 virus-related deaths on Sunday morning.
At this time’s instances are decrease than Saturday’s 1,794, Friday’s 1,890, Thursday’s 2,400, and Monday’s 2,170, however greater than Wednesday’s 1,588 and Tuesday’s 1,616.
Of the newly introduced instances, 455 instances are in Toronto, 326 are in Peel, and 173 are in York Area.
Well being Minister Christine Elliott stated over 31,200 checks had been accomplished, and eight,065,607 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.
Ontario is reporting 1,691 instances of #COVID19 and over 31,200 checks accomplished. Regionally, there are 455 new instances in Toronto, 326 in Peel and 173 in York Area.
As of 8:00 p.m. yesterday, 8,065,607 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) May 23, 2021
The Metropolis of Toronto has hundreds of vaccine appointments accessible at the moment and tomorrow as a part of a “Lengthy Weekend Dose Drive.”
Toronto can also be internet hosting a pop-up immunization clinic for teenagers aged 12 and up at Metropolis Corridor at the moment. No appointment, OHIP card, or proof of tackle is required to get a dose.
Premier Doug Ford introduced Ontario’s new COVID-19 reopening framework on Thursday forward of the Keep-at-Residence order’s June 2 expiry date.
The province hopes to enter the primary stage of the plan throughout the week of June 14, at which level non-essential retail and outside eating might reopen, with some restrictions.
To this point Ontario has seen 522,465 COVID-19 instances and eight,599 deaths.