As of today, over 75 per cent of adults in the province have received one dose of a vaccine.
The province has now administered over 11.7 million doses - more than 9.5 million people have had at least a single dose and nearly 2.2 million are fully vaccinated.
In London and surrounding Middlesex County, figures published Wednesday show there were 26 new COVID-19 cases recorded in the past day - this after daily new case counts of seven, 18, seven, five and 12 over the previous five days, per unofficial LFP figures.
Information on how to register is available at covid-19.ontario.ca.
The virus-related death toll hit 8,986 on Wednesday.
In a tweet, Minister of Health Christine Elliott said Waterloo Region accounts for 71 of Ontario's 384 cases on Wednesday.
Health Minister Christine Elliott said almost 13,600 tests were completed, and 11,344,441 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered. As of Monday, people who received a dose of Pfizer or Moderna before May 9 are eligible for an accelerated second dose, and the interval after AstraZeneca as a first dose has shortened to eight weeks.
Ontario is reporting almost 400 new COVID-19 cases and 12 more deaths on Wednesday, as the province recorded its lowest testing positivity rate in eight months.
In the Greater Toronto Area, Toronto logged 54 new coronavirus cases today, while 60 cases were reported in Peel Region, 14 in York Region, 15 in Durham Region and four in Halton.
More than 550 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 variants of concern were identified in the past 24 hours, with most being the Alpha variant, which was first discovered in the United Kingdom.
Hospitals cared for 438 patients, including 23 transfers from Manitoba, with 377 in intensive care and 242 on ventilators.