There have been a total of 3,570 cases of COVID-19 in NITHA communities to date, 98 per cent have now recovered.
That brings the total number of deaths in the province to 527.
The seven-day average of new COVID-19 case number is 152 (12.4 new cases per 100,000).
The reproductive number, R (t) is 0.86.
As of Friday night, 426,200 people had resolved their first dose of vaccine, while 39,201 had received two doses.
But with the province's stay-at-home order set to expire on June 2, it's still touch-and-go for Ontario to get to below the below 1,000 mark in new cases that medical officer of health David Williams has suggested will be needed to keep the third wave at bay.More news: Malawi destroys almost 20 000 expired Covid-19 vaccine doses
Scientists have recently reportedly discovered a new kind of coronavirus that is believed to have originated in dogs - in what may be the eighth unique form of the bug known to cause disease in humans, Reuters reported.
The Health Unit will not be reporting on either Sunday or on Victoria Day Monday.
Two of the four new cases are in First Nation communities, and two are in Thunder Bay and surrounding communities.
There are 693 patients in intensive care units because of COVID-19 (down from 706 yesterday) and 480 COVID patients on ventilators (down from 504 reported yesterday).
There have been 2,603 cases throughout the pandemic.
The province processed 31,227 tests over the last 24 hour period as the positivity rate fell to 5.7 per cent.More news: Vaccinated people in USA no need to wear mask, physically distance
Sunday morning, Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott took to Twitter to announce that the province has administered 8 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine thus far.
That includes the 190,129 doses on Friday, May 21 - a new record for doses administered in a single day.
In the middle of previous year, the Southern Community Laboratories team collected and tested blood samples from 1214 people, shortly after the last cases of community transmission in the region. Just over 531,600 people have received two doses and are considered fully vaccinated.
The figure for India 736,000 deaths was almost three times higher than the official COVID-19 death toll there, IHME found. The death toll is now 11,081.
"It is likely that at least some of these individuals did not have infection. further testing of New Zealand's remaining 341 cases may be warranted".
The ministry also said on Sunday that further wastewater testing in Christchurch had returned negative results.More news: Former US policeman could face longer sentence for Floyd murder
Reaching vaccine targets is key to a return to mostly-normal life.