The province reported 1,024 hospitalizations due to COVID-19 Saturday, 21 more than Friday’s report.
Of those patients, 284 are in the ICU, 13 less than Friday.
There were 31 deaths announced, three of which occurred more than a month ago.
It brings the death toll in the province to 12,420.
There were 2,338 cases reported Saturday, but Public Health Ontario admits case counts are an underestimate of the true number of individuals with COVID-19 in the province.
The number of known active cases went down to 18,561, but that number is also underestimated due to the province’s testing limitations.
There were 16,052 tests completed the day prior to this report with a backlog of 6,030 tests.
The province is reporting a positivity rate of 10.7 per cent.
So far in Ontario, 31,645,374 vaccines have been administered.
According to the province, 12,563,214 people have at least one dose, 11,998,022 people have received two doses and 6,958,202 have three doses.
In Ontario, 89.65 per cent of eligible residents five and up have their first shot and 85.63 per cent have two doses.
Right now, third doses are only open to those 12 and up and 53.80 per cent have three shots.
|Cases by Vaccination Status|
|Vaccination Status||In Hospital – Non ICU||In ICU|
|Ontario ICU information||Adult cases||Pediatric|
|COVID-related ICU patients||280||4|
|Non-COVID-related ICU patients||1,395||61|
|Total ICU patients||1,675||65|
|Total ICU beds in Ontario||2,343||105|
|Available ICU beds||668||40|
|Age Group||At least one dose||Fully vaccinated||Three doses|
|Age Group||% at least one dose||% fully vaccinated||% three doses|
|80 and over||47,361|
|Total tests completed||23,082,240|
|Total tests completed in the previous day||16,052|
|Currently under investigation||6,030|