Since then, the daily case count in the province surpassed 100 for a few days over the weekend but has continued to trend downward throughout this week.
On a day when Ontario marks a full week of new COVID-19 cases below 100 each day, Ottawa snapped another streak of double-digit increases.
Provincial health officials said there were 107 new resolved cases, meaning more than 90 per cent of the cases have been resolved.
The number of new deaths, however, has increased by two since Saturday.
Quebec, the hardest-hit province in Canada, reported 126 new cases of the virus on Saturday raising its total infections to 60,367.
Ottawa recorded 13 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.
The number of active cases is the number of total laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 minus the numbers of resolved cases and deaths.
The maximum number of fresh cases were reported from Peel Region and Ottawa, which every affirmed 15 new instances of this virus.
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No new deaths were reported by the province, with its COVID-19 death toll standing at 20.
There are now 25,077 tests under investigation in the province.
There are 139 active cases, according to Ottawa Public Health, down 16 from Saturday's report.
The range of virus-related deaths in Ontario stays unchanged at two, 783 as no new deaths have been reported now. A previous outbreak at the long-term care home ran from April 9 to April 23, with three staff cases total.
Half of the new cases reported Sunday were in children under ten.
To date, there have been 119,180 confirmed or probable cases nationwide.
"Across the country, jurisdictions are announcing plans for reopening schools, which take into account the local context and epidemiology of COVID-19", read her statement. Over 723,000 people have died from COVID-19 as well.