Ontario reported 653 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, a slight increase from the previous day and more than 600 new infections for the fourth day in a row.
Of the new cases, 499 are in individuals who have not been fully vaccinated or have unknown immunization status, while 154 are fully vaccinated.
The seven-day rolling average of new cases is now 620, the lowest in a month.
Toronto reported 109 new cases while the Peel region added 55 new infections and the York region 41 new cases.
Health officials say 198 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 (excluding ICU) and 177 are in ICU. However, hospitalization figures are under-reported on weekends because not all facilities submit their own data.
An additional six people have died as a result of the coronavirus, bringing the provincial total to 9,704.
Health officials conducted 31,063 tests in the last 24 hours, with a positivity rate of 2.0 per cent – an increase over the last two days.
The province delivered 37,645 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, ending a four-day streak where more than 40,000 doses were given. About 86 percent of Ontarians 12-plus have now received at least one dose, while only over 80 percent are fully vaccinated.