The Government of Ontario confirms a total of over 3,500 COVID-19 cases have been reported by schools since mid-September, with over half from students.
According to the provincial government, 73 of the new cases are student-related, 23 are staff-related, and 37 are unidentified, making it a total of 133 new cases in 24 hours.
The new total of cases has reached 3,518 since back to school.
There has been a reported 1,126 school-related cases in just two weeks, with 2,392 cases reported 14 or more days before that.
Out of the total cases recorded since September, about 56% of cases have been reported from students.
The province also confirms one school closure out of the 670 schools currently reporting cases.
On Monday, the Toronto District School Board kept a Scarborough high school open after reporting 13 students testing positive for COVID-19 at Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Insitute.
As for licensed childcare centres, there are now 614 total confirmed cases, as well as 112 centres and 437 homes closed.
The provincial government confirmed 1,249 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday morning.