The Government of Ontario confirmed 1,822 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday morning, slightly less than the record-breaking 1,855 reported on Friday.
Cases have been above 1,000 daily for over two weeks.
The province is also reporting 1,510 more resolved cases and 29 new deaths.
Of the newly announced cases, 566 are in Toronto, 516 are in Peel, 145 are in York Region, 105 are in Waterloo and 102 are in Hamilton.
According to Health Minister Christine Elliott, 55,100 tests were completed.
Ontario is reporting 1,822 cases of #COVID19 and nearly 55,100 tests completed. Locally, there are 566 new cases in Toronto, 516 in Peel, 145 in York Region, 105 in Waterloo and 102 in Hamilton. There are 1,510 more resolved cases.
— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) November 28, 2020
On Monday, Toronto and Peel Region went under another lockdown for at least 28 days.
“Lockdown” is the highest level in the government’s COVID-19 response framework and brings new public health measures to the regions.
Some of the new restrictions include only allowing retail stores to offer curbside pick-up or delivery; restaurants can only be open for pick-up, drive-through, and delivery.
No indoor gatherings will be allowed except with members of the same household, and outdoor gatherings are limited to 10 people.
Grocery stores, liquor stores, and pharmacies remain open with limited capacity.
On Thursday, health officials noted that cases could reach over 9,000 a day by the end of the year.
To date, Ontario has seen 113,038 COVID-19 cases and 3,624 deaths.