Over the past several weeks, officials have noted that Ontario's COVID-19 cases are going down.\nTuesday's infection count is additional proof of that, as the province is reporting its lowest total since late November. \nEditor's Choice: Only One Place On Earth Is Still Exempt From Canada's Latest Flight Restrictions\n\nOntario is reporting 1,022 cases of #COVID19 and nearly 30,800 tests completed. Locally, there are 343 new cases in Toronto, 250 in Peel and 128 in York Region. As of 8:00 p.m. yesterday, 398,633 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.— Christine Elliott (@celliottability) February 9, 2021\n\nOut of almost 30,800 COVID-19 tests completed, the province is recording 1,022 new infections today. Toronto leads with 343 cases, followed by 250 in Peel and 128 in York Region.\nOntario logged 1,009 cases on November 24, one of the lowest totals in the last several months aside from last week's data reporting error, according to CP24.\nAdditionally, the province administered 398,633 vaccine doses by 8 p.m. yesterday.\nThis news comes as Ontario begins to lift the stay-at-home order over the next two weeks.\n\nToronto, York, and Peel will have theirs lifted on February 22, at which point they will return to an enhanced version of the province's colour-coded zones that were in effect before the provincial shutdown.\nWhile three public health units have been cleared to return to the Green-Prevent zone, the province has also created an "emergency brake" that allows regions to go straight into Grey-Lockdown if COVID-19 variants are detected.