The province said 66,351 tests were completed in the previous day and 19,112 additional doses of the vaccine were administered.
Of the cases reported today there are 200 people under 19 years old, 422 people between 20 and 39 years old, 332 people between 40 and 59 years old, 147 people between 60 and 79 years old, and 37 people over the age of 80.
"They want the answers and we want them to have the answers", Elliott said.
All long-term care and high-risk retirement home residents in the province have been offered their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine so far.
He says people aged 65 and older will be vaccinated starting June 1.
How the province proceeds with vaccinating the remaining members of the population will depend on vaccine supply, Hillier told reporters.
When asked why Ontario will not be launching its booking system until March 15, Hillier said it wasn't necessary to set up while vaccines have only been distributed to seniors in care settings, patient-facing healthcare workers and remote communities.
The group said vaccinating high-risk communities and older people will drive down hospitalizations and deaths.
The province is urging those who are not yet eligible to receive the vaccine to stay off the online portal when it launches next month.
According to the province, if you are a member of the general public and at least 80 years old, you will be able to receive a vaccine the third week of March.
Quebec began taking appointments Thursday to begin vaccinating those 85 and older.
"There's no doubt this rollout is being botched by the Ford government".
When there is enough vaccine supply, the city plans to open seven mass vaccination clinics, similar to the clinics used to administer the flu shot every year.
As of 8 p.m. on February 22, the province reported 585,707 doses of vaccine against COVID-19 have been administered.
The provincial government also announced a plan Wednesday to spend $115 million on training for personal support workers in health and long-term care.
As of February 25, in publicly funded schools in Ontario, there are 70 new school-related student cases (for a total of 5,865) 12 new school-related staff cases (for a total of 1,365), and one new case in an "individual not identified" (for a total of 1,131); 430 schools have a reported case, and 18 school are now closed.