Public health officials in Ontario are reporting 129 new cases of COVID-19 in the province today.
That's down narrowly from Saturday when 130 new cases were announced.
Meanwhile, the total number of cases in Ontario now sits at 36,723. Of those, 32,534 people have recovered, which accounts for 88.6 per cent of all cases.
There have also been three more deaths from the virus since the last provincial report a day earlier, bringing the death toll to 2,719 people in Ontario. That includes 1,729 residents in long-term care homes, which have been hardest hit by the virus, as well as eight health-care workers in those facilities.
Just over 15 per cent — or 5,537 — of COVID-19 cases in the province are in long-term care homes. Another 2,395 cases are among health-care workers associated with outbreaks in long-term care homes, representing 6.5 per cent of all cases.
As of Saturday, there have been 1,691,419 tests completed in Ontario, including 25,726 since the last provincial report. Health officials also say 16,174 tests remain under investigation.
Across the province, there are 116 people hospitalized for treatment of the coronavirus, including 29 patients in intensive care and 19 on ventilators.