Public Health Ontario has reported 3,670 new cases of COVID-19 today (April 13).
There were 105,382 vaccine doses administered in the province in the last 24 hour period.
There was a rate of 9.7 per cent on December 29 and January 4 during the peak of the second wave.
The positivity rate, the number of tests coming back positive, also climbed to 7.7 percent with another 56,378 tests completed over the last day.
The province is reporting that 94,794 vaccines were administered yesterday, which is well below the 130,000 daily target set by the government.
Speaking to the move was Ontario's Minister of Health Christine Elliot, as she said the expansion will make receiving the COVID-19 vaccine "easier and more convenient for eligible populations across the province".
The province reported on Sunday that 605 people were in ICU.
The number does not reflect actual cases since cases reported after 4 pm won't be counted until Monday.
1,822 people are now hospitalized with COVID-19 in Ontario, up from 1,646 reported yesterday.
People between the ages of 18-49 in three Toronto COVID-19 hotspots (M5V, M6E, M6H) can now register for vaccines through the University Health Network (UHN).
Where are the new COVID-19 cases?
According to the latest provincial numbers, there are 2,153 additional cases of the B.1.1.7 variant.
Ontario is doubling the number of pharmacies involved in the provincial vaccine effort.
The province says it hopes to add another 100 pharmacies to the vaccine effort by the end of the month.
Most of the cases reported Tuesday were found in Toronto (1,016), Peel Region (613), and York Region (519).
The Edmundston and the Upper Madawaska region went under full lockdown as of midnight after 15 of 19 new COVID-19 cases announced in the province on Saturday were identified in the area.
Government figures show 4,456 new infections over the last 24 hours, along with 21 new virus-related deaths.