The Province also confirmed 1,414 recoveries today and 45 new cases of the COVID-19 variant that originated in the UK.
Toronto reported just 112 cases, fewer than fellow COVID-19 hotspots of Peel with 258 cases and York with 116 cases.
Public Health officials have cautioned that the death toll may continue to rise, despite lowering case numbers, as the progression of the disease might drag on for some people.
NRPH reports 21 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, as the active numbers of the infection continues to fall across Niagara.
There are now 705 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, of which 292 are in intensive care units.
Currently, 295 patients are being treated in the ICU with 204 people on ventilators.
The Province also announced 18 new COVID-19 related deaths bringing the total to 6,632.
Ministry of Health representatives say the positivity rate is at 2.2 percent. The last time it was that low as October 16th. To date, more than 10.2 million tests have been completed.
The province has also confirmed there are now 310 COVID-19 variant cases in the province - 303 of those are related to the United Kingdom variant while six others the South African variants. There is just a single case of the Brazilian variant, which was reported in Toronto last weekend. As such, the reports can change and can differ from past case counts publicly reported.
There were 14,717 doses of vaccines against COVID-19 administered on Feb 10, up from 13,486 on February 9.
Elliott said almost 58,800 tests were completed and 456,947 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been administered. No other case causes were mentioned. Seventeen long-term care residents are among the deaths confirmed today. According to the HSN daily update web page, two of those patients are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
883 people are now hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ontario, down from 948 reported yesterday.