Ontario reported 2,094 new COVID-19 infections Monday.
Cases have been on the rise in Ontario with five straight days of daily counts over 2,000.
Of the new infections, 618 were in Toronto, 368 were in Peel, and 277 were in York Region.
So far, approximately two million doses of vaccine have been administered.
Ontario is reporting 2,094 cases of #COVID19 and nearly 39,500 tests completed. Locally there are 618 new cases in Toronto, 368 in Peel, 277 in York Region, 132 in Ottawa and 104 in Durham
As of 8:00 p.m. yesterday, 2,031,735 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) March 29, 2021
Another 10 deaths were reported Monday, bringing Ontario’s virus-related death toll to 7,337.
The province also detected another 139 variants of concern. There have now been 1,749 variant cases confirmed in Ontario.
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Ontario recently re-visited rules for Grey-Lockdown zones, and outdoor fitness classes are allowed again starting March 29.
Personal care businesses are also set to re-open in lockdown zones on April 12.
The province also modified Grey-Lockdown zone rules earlier this month to allow restaurants to open for patio dining.
At the same time, Canada’s chief public health officer released updated modelling data that shows that the COVID-19 pandemic is once again in a “growth pattern” around the country.
To date, Ontario has seen 345,234 COVID-19 cases.