Canada's most populous province Ontario reports 964 new Covid-19 cases

Canada: Canada's most populous province Ontario, reported 964 new Covid-19 cases, the highest number in a single day since May 30.  Ontario recorded 964 cases on Sunday and 854 cases of the novel coronavirus on Saturday.

The number recorded on Sunday brought the seven-day average of Covid-19 cases reported in the province to 760. That number was 645 this time last week. There were 498 unvaccinated persons among the new cases registered on Sunday, 396 fully vaccinated individuals, and 21 partially vaccinated individuals. According to reports.

In the last 24 hours, Ontario processed 29,692 Covid-19 tests, bringing the positivity rate to 3.2 percent. Covid-19 infected 122 patients in hospitals, with 135 of them in intensive care units. Vaccination information for those who were hospitalized, however, was not supplied.

Ontario has confirmed 617,015 cases of Covid-19 since the epidemic began in February 2020, including 600,537 recoveries and 9,994 deaths. Up until Saturday, Canada had reported 1,784,354 Covid-19 cases, with 29,628 deaths. According to the Ontario government, roughly 89.6% of Ontarians over the age of 12 received one Covid-19 vaccine shot, and 86.3 percent received two doses.

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