Public health officials in Manitoba reported eight new probable cases of COVID-19 in the province.
In the city of Thunder Bay there are three confirmed cases.
As of this morning, the Porcupine Health Unit is aware of 259 tests submitted locally.
The province says 23 people have died of the disease, while another 431 have made full recoveries. "We can see the daily increase in confirmed cases seems to be stabilizing", he said.
There have been at least 48,461 tests done in Ontario.
So far, 621 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the province, including two deaths.
Ontario associate chief medical officer of health Dr. Barbara Yaffe said on Monday that the number of cases confirmed in the province had increased to 1,706 cases in total. About 16 per cent are attributed to community spread, 26 per cent to recent travel, and almost 10 per cent to close contact with another confirmed case. On Sunday Dr. Theresa Tam said this week will be "very, very important" for her in terms of looking at those trends.
On Saturday, health officials expressed concern of a possible community transmission of COVID-19 after a patient with no history of travel or exposure to a known cases was admitted to a hospital in St. Anthony.
According to the government's website, 77.3% of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 are between the ages of 20-64.
There are more than 6,000 cases of confirmed COVID-19 in Canada, and at least 60 deaths have been reported.
The first death attributed to COVID-19 in Canada was reported on March 8, 2020.
From Wednesday to Sunday this week, Ontario's new cases doubled with 100 new cases reported on Wednesday (March 25) and 211 reported yesterday (March 29).
"The lives of many Ontarians ... will depend on your actions over the coming days and weeks", Williams said.
While details of the funding are expected this week, Families Minister Ahmed Hussen said Sunday $15 million in emergency funding has already gone out and is having an impact, allowing shelters to get hotel rooms for clients who need to be quarantined or isolated and to buy emergency supplies to protect frontline staff.
"We will continue to work with Public Health Ontario, public health units and the health sector to have and report on the best possible data to help us understand the scope of the COVID-19 outbreak in our province and inform our collective response to keep all Ontarians safe and healthy".