Ontario reported 4,177 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday

Ontario reported 4,177 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday – a daily count of provincial preferences that has not been seen since April.

But the Omicron variant continues to conquer the province. The Ontario case count increased to 876 cases in just 24 hours from 3,301 cases were reported on Saturday. The seven-day average of new daily diagnoses stood at 2,156 on Saturday, compared to 1,194 the week before.

The latest case count comes as stricter public health restrictions have been enforced across the province. Beginning Sunday morning, social gatherings were again limited to 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors.

Restaurants, gyms and other indoor locations currently have a 50 percent capacity limit. And cemeteries, sports stadiums and other large places are no longer allowed to serve food or drink.

Here are some other important epidemic indicators and figures from Daily update of the Ministry of Health:

Test completed: 51,151.

Provincial test rates: 8.7 percent, down slightly from 8.9 percent on Saturday, but still up sharply from the three percent mark at the end of November.

Patient case: 20,847.

The patient is in the ICU With COVID-related diseases: 159; 103 Need a respirator to breathe.

DeadSecond, boost the official death toll to 10,113.

Vaccination: 25,315,780 tablets have been taken so far. Currently, 90.4 percent of Ontarians 12 years of age or older receive a single dose. Meanwhile, 87.8 percent received double.

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