As the third wave continues to rage on, Ontario's COVID-19 cases are looking worse than ever.

The province just broke its own single-day COVID-19 case record, with 4,456 people testing positive on Sunday, April 11 — the highest number of new cases in a day in Ontario since the pandemic began.

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According to government data, the previous record was 4,249 from January 8, 2021, followed by 4,227 cases on Friday, April 9. The seven-day average is also at an all-time high, sitting at 3,573 cases.

Toronto recorded 1,353 new cases on Sunday, just 29 cases below its single-day record of 1,382 (also from January 8).

Ontario reported 56,378 newly completed COVID-19 tests on Sunday, putting test positivity at 7.7 percent, up from 6.5 percent on Saturday, April 10.