The total number of resolved cases has climbed above 3,000 meaning more than 40 per cent of cases in the province have been marked as resolved.
Ontario health officials confirmed an additional 421 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday morning and 17 new deaths related to the virus.
Over the last seven days, the daily reports have ranged from six to 11.6 per cent increase in cases.
There have been at least 89 COVID-19 outbreaks reported in long-term care homes across the province, with 741 residents and 430 staff members infected.
Public Health Sudbury and Districts announced the 31st case of COVID-19 in the area on Saturday to be a Greater Sudbury woman in her 70s who recently returned from global travel. Of the 261 patients in ICU, 196 of them are on a ventilator.
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There have been two new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Northern Ontario since Saturday's report and four recoveries, bringing the total number of cases in the region to 133 including 54 resolutions.
Ontario is reporting 108,230 people have been tested for the virus and there are 1,534 tests still awaiting results. Dr. Paul Roumeliotis explained repeatedly in the media that the geographic location of cases is irrelevant as COVID-19 is everywhere across the region and that residents should act accordingly.
The health unit is aware of 682 tests submitted locally.
There are now 24,293 confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 in Canada as of 1:27 p.m. on April 12. The provincial rate per 100,000 population is 50.3.