In hospitals around the province, there are 878 patients (down by 34), which includes 148 in intensive care (up by one) and 104 who require a ventilator (down by 15). To date, health officials have conducted more than 629,000 COVID-19 tests.
To do so, the premier is asking all residents who are anxious they may have COVID-19 - including those without any symptoms - to access one of the province's many COVID-19 assessment centres and get tested.
That comes as Doug Ford urges people not to gather in large groups like he is seeing in some Toronto parks.
Ontario has struggled to boost its testing numbers after completing a blitz of testing almost every resident and staff member of long-term care homes.
This is just over half of the 16,000 daily tests Premier Doug Ford promised we'd be seeing by this point (after already revising an earlier target of almost 19,000) and a steep drop from the more than 17,000 tests per day recorded at the beginning of May.
On Monday the London region surpassed 500 cases of COVID-19 and marked its 50 death.
US company begins human trial of COVID-19 vaccine in Australia
Noting these limitations, the researchers said that further trials will be needed before the vaccine becomes available to all. The vaccine is a prefusion protein that uses nanoparticle technology and a substance to enhance the body's immune response.
Highland MSP's call to 'look after mental health'
The Bermuda Mental Health Foundation said that stress levels had increased for everyone because of the coronavirus crisis. Bringing attention to those struggles is one of the reasons Mental Health Awareness Month is observed each year.