COVID-19 cases in Ontario have reached 11,735, as the province announced 551 new cases Tuesday morning.
Those numbers provide a snapshot of the situation in the province as of April 20.
The provincial government is also reporting 622 deaths, though CBC News has counted 656 deaths according to data from local health units.
The province says it has now completed 174,170 tests for the virus, with 9,330 of those happening on Monday.
According to the latest figures, 5,546 tests are currently under evaluation.
The province also says 859 people have now been hospitalized with COVID-19, which is up from 802 on Monday.
The number of patients in ICU has risen slightly to 250 from 247, while one more person is now on a ventilator, with 194 of those cases total.