Public Health Ontario is reporting 460 new cases of COVID-19 today, which is the highest daily increase reported in the province since May 8.
There are no additional deaths to report.
An additional 25 deaths have also been reported in Ontario, bringing the total number of virus-related deaths in the province to 2,073.
There is one person receiving hospital care for the virus, they are in Middlemore Hospital and are not in intensive care.
A day after thousands gathered at a downtown Toronto park, Premier Doug Ford is pleading with residents to remember and follow public health measures.
The Ministry of Long-Term Care reports 1,525 long-term care residents and six staff have died, and there are 1,948 active cases in residents and 1,392 active cases in staff.
It's also the third day that Ontario has reported more than 400 cases.
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He says there have been issues getting results back at long-term health-care facilities, but lab results have been coming back to the hospital within 48-hours.
Meanwhile, the number of daily tests continues to linger well below the 20,000-plus the province has said it wants to achieve.
Four people have died in that region and 57 cases are considered resolved.
Members of visible minorities are more likely to know someone with COVID-19 - with 31 per cent saying they personally know someone who tested positive, compared with 24 per cent of non-visible minorities.
"We will be targeting various sectors and hot spots across the province", Ford said at a Sunday morning news conference.
The case rate (including lab-confirmed cases only) for the Simcoe-Muskoka region is 74.6cases per 100,000 population.