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Cases Today (Aug. 2)

Quebec (154) - The province reported 154 new cases and an overal total of 501 new cases from the last 72 hours.

Newfoundland and Labrador (3) - Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to five. 

NOTE: Due to the holiday, some provinces and territories will not be providing a COVID-19 case update on Monday.

NOTE: Ontario and Saskatchewan are currently the only two provinces reporting COVID-19 data on Saturdays and Sundays.

NOTE: British Columbia currently has 11 cases they have stopped tracking as they either live somewhere else or have moved back to their home jurisdiction. The province is neither counting those cases as active nor resolved currently, so we are not including them in our total active cases tally.

MORE: A detailed look at Ontario's data, including an interactive map of local regions and age/gender breakdowns. 

For complete COVID-19 coverage, visit CTVNews.ca/coronavirus

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Case History

NOTE: British Columbia currently has 11 cases they have stopped tracking as they either live somewhere else or have moved back to their home jurisdiction. The province is neither counting those cases as active nor resolved currently, so we are not including them in our total active cases tally.

July 30 - Health officials reported an increase of 243 new cases and 66 recoveries. 

July 29 - The province reported an increase of 204 infections.

July 28 - The province reported 185 new cases and three new deaths.

July 27 - Provincial health officials announced 150 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 64 recoveries. 

July 26 - Provincial health officials reported 94 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one new death. Over the weekend the province added a total to 267 new cases.

July 23 - Provincial health officials announced 112 new cases of COVID-19 and four new deaths.

July 22 - The province reported 89 new COVID-19 cases and 36 recoveries. 

July 21 - The province reported 78 new cases and 43 recoveries.

July 20 - The province reported 76 new infections and 37 recoveries. 

July 19 - The province reported 40 new cases of COVID-19, as well as two new deaths. Over the last 72 hours the province added a total of 156 new infections.

July 16 - Health officials reported 45 new infections.

July 15 - The province reported 54 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death.

July 14 - Provincial health officials reported 41 new cases and 42 recoveries. 

July 13 - The province added 33 new infections and 53 recoveries. 

July 12 - Provincial health officials reported 30 new infections, which includes the 123 cases reported over the last three days.

July 9 - The province reported 45 new cases of COVID-19. Due to a data correction an additional 71 new cases were added.

July 8 - Provincial health officials announced 59 new cases and one new death.

July 7 - Provincial health officials reported 59 new cases and 35 recoveries. 

July 6 - The province added 46 new cases, bringing the active case count to 602.

July 3 - The province reported 87 new cases over a three-day period and three additional deaths.

July 2 – The province is reporting 84 new cases over the past two days and two deaths.

June 30 - The province reported 44 new cases and 101 additional recoveries. 

June 29 - The province reported 29 new cases and 83 more recoveries.

June 28 - Provincial health officials announced 38 new cases and five new deaths. Over the last three days the province reported a total of 145 new cases.

June 25 - The province added 72 new cases, two deaths and 88 recoveries.

June 24 – The province added 75 new cases and three deaths.

June 23 – The province added 87 new cases and one death. Three previously announced cases were removed by the province.

June 22 - Health officials announced 56 new cases of COVID and 110 more recoveries.

June 21 - B.C. health officials added 229 new cases, including 90 on Saturday, 94 on Sunday and 45 on Monday.

June 18 - The province reported 109 new cases, 169 more recoveries, and one additional death. One previously reported case was removed due to data correction.

June 17 - Provincial health officials announced 120 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death.

June 16 - Health officials reported 113 new cases and four additional deaths.

June 15 - The province reported 108 new cases and 152 more recoveries.

June 14 - Health officials reported a total of 277 new cases, which includes 96 new cases from June 11 to 12, 113 new cases from June 12 to 13 and 68 new cases in the last 24 hours. They also reported 626 more recoveries, and four new deaths.

June 11 - The province reported 180 new cases of COVID-19 and one death.

June 10 - Health officials announced 153 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths.

June 9 – The province announced 148 new cases and three deaths.

June 8 - Health officials announced 165 new cases Tuesday, and no additional deaths.

June 7 - Health officials reported 133 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 12 new deaths. Over the last three days the province saw a total of 481 new cases. 

June 4 - The province added 183 new cases of COVID-19 and one death in its last update of the week.

June 3 - Health officials announced 199 new cases, two deaths and 299 recoveries. 

June 2 – The province added 194 new cases and four new deaths.

June 1 - The province added 184 new cases of COVID-19, the lowest single-day increase since October.

May 31 - Provincial health officials announced 212 new cases and 11 new deaths. Over the last three days the province reported a total of 708 new cases.

May 28 – The province added 317 new cases and two deaths.

May 27 - Provincial health officials announced 378 new cases and seven additional deaths.

May 26 – The province added 250 new cases and three deaths.

May 25 - The province added 289 new cases and one death.

May 24 - The province reported 356 new cases on May 22; 325 new cases on May 23; and 293 cases over the past 24 hours for a total of 974 cases over three days. Twelve new deaths were also reported.

May 21 – The province added 420 new cases and six deaths.

May 20 - Health officials announced 357 new cases and three new deaths.

May 19 - The province added 521 new cases and eight deaths on Wednesday.

May 18 - Health officials reported 411 new cases and two additional deaths.

May 17 - Health officials announced 424 new cases and 14 deaths. Over the last three days the province reported a total of 1,360 new cases. 

May 14 -- The province added 494 new cases and two deaths in their final update of the week.

May 13 - Health officials announced 587 new cases of COVID-19, as well as five new deaths. 

May 12 - B.C. added 600 new cases and one death.

May 11 - The province reported 515 new cases and two more deaths.

May 10 - Provincial health officials announced 558 new cases and 20 deaths linked to COVID-19. Over the weekend the province reported a total of 1,759 new cases.

May 7 – The province added 722 new cases and seven deaths.

May 6 - Health officials announced 694 new cases and one new death.

May 5 The province announced 572 new cases. Three previously announced deaths were removed from the total due to a data correction.

May 4 - The province reported 697 new cases and one additional death.

May 3 - Health officials announced 668 new cases and 15 deaths. The province reported a total of 2,174 new cases over the last three days.

April 30 – The province added 740 new cases and four deaths.

April 29 - Health officials announced 853 new COVID-19 cases and one new death.

April 28 - B.C. announced 841 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths.

April 27 - British Columbia health authourities announced 799 new cases and no new deaths.

April 26 - The province reported 763 new cases and 17 deaths. Health officials said a total of 2,491 new cases were recorded in the last three days. 

April 23 – The province added 1,001 new cases, four deaths and 904 recoveries.

April 22 - Health officials announced 1,006 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths.

April 21 – The province added 862 new cases and seven deaths.

April 20 - Health officials announced 849 new cases of COVID-19 and one death.

April 19 - Health officials announced 1,000 new cases and eight additional deaths. Over the past three days the province recorded a total of 2,960 new cases. 

April 16 – The province added 1,005 new cases and six deaths.

April 15 - Health officials announced 1,205 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths. 

April 14 - The province added 1,168 new cases and six new deaths, in addition to 1,092 recoveries.

April 13 - The province reported 873 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths.

April 12 - Health officials recorded 970 new cases on Monday. The province also reported 18 deaths and 2,880 recoveries from the weekend.

April 11 - Health officials reported 1,026 new infections.

April 10 - The province added 1,283 new cases on Saturday.

April 8 - Health officials reported 1,293 new cases and two new deaths.

April 7 – The province announced 997 new cases and two deaths on Wednesday.

April 6 - Health officials announced 1,068 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths. 

April 5 - Health officials reported 4,040 more cases of COVID-19 and 23 more deaths over a four day period.

April 3 - B.C. reported 1,072 new cases of COVID-19 for Saturday. The province also reported 1,018 new cases of COVID-19 for Friday. The province did not report new data for deaths and recoveries.

April 1 - The province added 832 new cases of COVID-19 and five deaths.

March 31 - Health officials in British Columbia added 1,013 new cases, but due to "a delay in the sequencing analysi" an update on the new variants in unavailable. 

March 30 - Health officials reported 840 new COVID-19 cases.
 
March 29 - Provincial health officials reported 777 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths. Over the last three days the province reported a total of 2,518 cases. 

March 26 - Health officials reported 908 new cases and three additional deaths.

March 25 - The province reported 800 new cases and five more deaths.

March 24 - Health officials reported 716 new cases and three more deaths.

March 23 - B.C. health officials announced 682 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

March 22 - Health officials announced 631 new cases of COVID-19 and 16 deaths. Over the past three days the province reported a total of 1,785

March 19 - B.C. added 737 new cases to its total, the most since Jan. 7, and two additional deaths.

March 18 - The province reported 622 new COVID-19 cases and eight more deaths.

March 17 - The province reported 498 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four more deaths.

March 16 - The province reported 556 new cases and 546 recoveries.

March 15 - Health officials announced 460 new cases and 10 deaths. Over the past three days, the province reported a total of 1,506 new cases. 

March 12 - Health officials reported 648 new COVID-19 cases.

March 11 - Health officials announced 569 new cases, three deaths and 520 additional recoveries. 

March 10 - The province reported 531 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death.

March 9 - Health officials reported 550 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths.

March 8 - Health officials announced 385 new cases and 11 deaths. Over the three-day period, the province reported a total of 1,462 new cases. 

March 5 - B.C. officials reported 634 new cases of COVID-19 and four more deaths.

March 4 - Health officials announced 564 new cases and four deaths.

March 3 - The province reported 542 new COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths.

March 2 - Health officials announced 438 new cases, and two deaths. Due to a data correction the province is adding 254 historical cases that occurred within the last seven days. 

March 1 - The province reported 1,478 new cases of COVID-19 over the past three days, including 438 in the previous 24 hours.

Feb. 26 - Health officials reported 589 new COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths.

Feb. 25 - Health officials announced 395 new cases and 10 additional deaths.

Feb. 24 - Health officials reported 456 new cases and two additional deaths.

Feb. 23 - Health officials reported 559 new cases and one additional death.

Feb. 22 - The province announced 1,428 new cases of COVID-19 over the past three days, including 449 in the past 24 hours, along with eight deaths.

Feb. 19 - Health officials reported 508 new cases and six new deaths.

Feb. 18 - The province reported 617 new COVID-19 cases and four more deaths.

Feb. 17 - The province added 427 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths.

Feb. 16 - Health officials announced 302 new cases and 26 deaths. Over the last four days the province reported a total of 1,533 new cases.

Feb. 12 - Health officials announced 445 new cases and 10 additional deaths.

Feb. 11 - The province report 449 new COVID-19 cases and nine new deaths.

Feb. 10 - The province reported 469 new COVID-19 cases and six additional deaths.

Feb. 9 - B.C. reported 435 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths.

Feb. 8 - Health officials reported 343 new cases and 13 deaths. Over the previous three days the province reported a total of 1,236 new cases. 

Feb. 5 - B.C. reported 471 more cases of COVID-19 and six deaths.

Feb. 4 - B.C. reported 465 more cases of COVID-19 and six deaths.

Feb. 3 - The province reported 414 new COVID-19 cases and 16 additional deaths.

Feb. 2 - The province reported 429 new cases and eight COVID-19 related deaths.

Feb. 1 - Health officials reported 277 new cases and 21 new deaths. Over a three-day period, the province reported a total of 1,158 new cases. 

Jan. 29 - Provincial health officials reported 514 new cases and five additional deaths.

Jan. 28 - The province reported 546 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths.

Jan. 27 - The province reported 485 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths.

Jan. 26 - British Columbia reported 407 new cases of COVID-19 and another 14 deaths from the disease on Tuesday.

Jan. 25 - Health officials announced 346 new cases and 26 new deaths. Over a three-day period the province reported a total of 1,344 new cases. 

Jan. 22 - The province confirmed 508 new cases and nine more deaths.

Jan. 21 - The province reported 564 new COVID-19 cases and 15 more deaths.

Jan. 20 - Health officials reported 500 new cases and 14 more deaths.

Jan. 19 - The province recorded 465 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday and 12 new COVID-19 related deaths.

Jan. 18 - Health officials announced 301 new cases of COVID-19 and 31 new deaths. Over the three-day period the province reported a total of 1,330 new cases. 

Jan. 15 - The province reported 509 new cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths.

Jan. 14 - Health officials reported 536 new cases and seven deaths.

Jan. 13 - The province reported 519 new cases and 12 deaths.

Jan. 12 - Health officials reported 446 new cases and nine deaths. 

Jan. 11 - Health officials reported 430 new cases and 22 deaths. Over the weekend, the province reported a total of 1,475 new cases.

Jan. 8 - The province reported 617 new cases, 18 deaths and 831 recoveries.

Jan. 7 - Health officials reported 761 new cases, eight deaths and 646 recoveries.

Jan. 6 - The province reported 625 new cases and eight more deaths.

Jan. 5 - The province has recorded another 428 cases of COVID-19 and eight more deaths from the disease, health officials said Tuesday.

Jan. 4 - Health officials annouced 539 new cases of COVID-19 and 45 new deaths. Over the four-day period, the province reported a total of 2,211 new cases. 

Dec. 31 - The province added 683 new COVID-19 cases, eight deaths and 448 recoveries.

Dec. 30 – Health officials announced 485 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths on Wednesday.

Dec. 29 – Health officials announced 2,206 new COVID-19 cases, 74 deaths and 3,691 recoveries in its first update since Christmas Eve.

Dec. 24 – British Columbia added 582 new cases and 12 deaths.

Dec. 23 – The province added 518 new cases, 19 deaths and 858 recoveries.

Dec. 22 - The province reported 444 new cases, 12 deaths and 639 recoveries on Tuesday. A previously announced case was removed from Monday's total.

Dec. 21 - Health officials announced 529 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 41 deaths. Over the weekend the province saw a total increase of 1,667 cases.

Dec. 18 – The province added 624 new cases, 626 recoveries and 11 deaths.

Dec. 17 – The province added 673 new cases, 21 deaths and 587 recoveries.

Dec. 16 – The province added 640 new cases, 24 death and 510 recoveries.

Dec. 15 - There were 522 new infections and 21 deaths reported. However, the province's official total cumulative number of cases only increased by 520. No explanation for this was provided.

Dec. 14 - Health officials announced 759 new cases of COVID-19 from the last 24 hours and 49 deaths reported over the last three days. Over the weekend, the province reported a total of 2,146 new cases.

Dec. 11 – The province added 737 new cases, 11 deaths and 650 recoveries.

Dec. 10 – Officials announced 723 new cases, 28 deaths and 500 recoveries.

Dec. 9 - The province added 619 cases and 16 deaths

Dec. 8 - The province reported 16 deaths and 566 more cases on Tuesday.

Dec. 7 - The province added 2,020 new cases over the previous three days, including 647 in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 4 – Health officials added 711 new cases, 11 deaths and 730 recoveries.

Dec. 3 – The province added 694 new cases, 12 deaths and 504 recoveries.

Dec. 2 – The province added 834 new cases, 12 deaths and 650 recoveries.

Dec. 1 -- B.C. reported 656 more cases of COVID-19 and 16 more deaths.

Nov. 30 - Health officials announced 596 new cases and 46 deaths. Over the weekend the province added a total of 2,077 cases. Additionally 277 historical cases that occurred between Nov. 18 and Nov. 26 were added to the provincial total. 

Nov. 27 - Health officials added 911 new cases, 11 deaths and 1,306 recoveries.

Nov. 26 – Health officials added 887 new cases, 13 deaths and 184 recoveries.

Nov. 25 - Health officials announced 738 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 new deaths.

Nov. 24 - The province reported a record 941 cases of COVID-10, along with 10 deaths.

Nov. 23 - The province added 594 new cases and 17 new deaths. Over the past three days the province reported a total of 1,933 new COVID-19 cases.

Nov. 20 - The province added 516 new COVID-19 cases and 10 new deaths.

Nov. 19 – The province added 538 new cases, one death and 293 recoveries.

Nov. 18 - The province logged another record-breaking day with 762 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 additional deaths. 

Nov. 17 - Eleven more people died of COVID-19 in British Columbia Tuesday as health officials announced a record-breaking 717 new cases of the coronavirus.

Nov. 16 - Health officials reported 646 new cases of COVID-19 and nine new deaths. Over the past three days the province added a total of 1,959 new infections.

Nov. 13 – The province announced 617 new cases, two deaths and 812 recoveries.

Nov. 12 – The province added 594 new cases on Thursday. Four deaths and 385 recoveries were recorded over the past 48 hours. B.C. also announced 536 cases from Wednesday that were delayed because of Remembrance Day.

Nov. 10 - There were 525 new infections reported, pushing the total number of active cases in the province above 5,000.

Nov. 9 - Health officials announced 462 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths. Between Nov. 7 and Nov. 9 the province reported a total of 998 new cases.

Nov. 7 - Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 567 new cases and one more death on Saturday. The province did not report recoveries.

Nov. 6 – Health officials added 589 new cases, two new cases and 229 recoveries.

Nov. 5 – The province added 425 new cases and 147 recoveries.

Nov. 4 - Health officials reported 335 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one additional death and 229 new recoveries. 

Nov. 3 - The province reported 299 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths.

Nov. 2 - Health officials announced 379 new COVID-19 cases and six new deaths on Monday. Over the weekend the province reported a total of 1,120 new cases.

Oct. 30 - Officials in B.C. confirmed 272 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. 

Oct. 29 - There were 234 new cases of COVID-19, and one death.

Oct. 28 - Officials announced 287 more cases, two deaths.

Oct. 27 - There were 217 new cases of COVID-19 reported.

Oct. 26 - Health officials announced 207 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths. Over the past three days the province added a total of 817 new cases.

Oct. 23 – Officials added 223 new cases and 133 recoveries.

Oct. 22 – The province announced 274 new cases and 121 recoveries.

Oct. 21 – The province announced 203 new cases, two deaths and 122 recoveries.

Oct. 20 - There were 167 new cases of COVID-19 announced, as well as one death.

Oct. 19 - Health officials announced 174 new cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths. Over the past three days the province added a total of 499 new cases. One case was removed due to a data correction, bringing the province's case total to 11687.

Oct. 16 – The province added 155 new cases, one death and 130 recoveries.

Oct. 15 – Health officials announced 142 new cases and 145 recoveries.

Oct. 14 – The province announced 158 new cases and 138 recoveries.

Oct. 13 - There were 549 new cases of COVID-19 announced over a four-day period, as well as 472 recoveries and five deaths. Of the 549 new cases, 101 were from the past 24 hours.

Oct. 9 - The province announced 119 new cases and no new deaths.

Oct. 8 - The province reported 110 new cases, surpassing 10,000 infections in total.

Oct. 7 - B.C. added 115 new cases of COVID-19 and 112 more recoveries.

Oct. 6 - B.C. reported another 102 cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.

Oct. 5 - B.C. reported 120 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and added 238 that hadn't been reported over the weekend.

Oct. 2 – The province announced 161 new cases, three deaths and 118 recoveries.

Oct. 1 – Health officials announced 82 new cases, one death and 104 recoveries.

Sept. 30 – The province announced 125 new cases and 106 recoveries.

Sept. 29 – The province announced 105 new cases and one death. There have now been more than 9,000 cases in the province.

Sept. 28 - The province reported 74 new cases of COVID-19. Over the past three days the province added a total of 267 new cases. Three new deaths were also reported.

Sept. 25 – The province announced 98 new cases, one death and 119 recoveries.

Sept. 24 – B.C. reported two more deaths, 148 new cases and 148 more recoveries.

Sept. 23 – Health officials announced 91 new cases and 180 recoveries.

Sept. 22 -- The province announced another 96 cases of COVID-19, as well as a new outbreak at a Vancouver hospital.

Sept. 21 - Health officials announced 128 new cases of COVID-19. Over the weekend the province added a total of 366 new cases. Four new deaths were also announced.

Sept. 18 – The province announced 179 new cases, three deaths and 59 recoveries. Forty of the cases were tested between Aug. 11-Sept. 16.

Sept. 17 – The province announced 165 new cases, one death and 92 recoveries.

Sept. 16 – Health officials added 122 new cases and 98 recoveries.

Sept. 15 -- The province reported 97 new cases of COVID-19.

Sept. 14 - The province reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 and a collective total of 317 new cases over the past three days. Six new deaths were also announced.

Sept. 11 -- The province reported 132 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

Sept. 10 – The province announced 136 new cases and 105 recoveries.

Sept. 9 - B.C. added 100 new cases and no additional deaths. The number of active cases in the province was at 1,378.

Sept. 8 - Health officials announced 83 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths. In total, the province has added 429 new cases from the past four days.

Sept. 4 – Health officials announced 121 new cases, one death and 62 recoveries

Sept. 3 – Health officials announced 89 new cases, one death and 39 recoveries.

Sept. 2 – The province added 104 cases and 100 recoveries.

Sept. 1 - There were 58 new cases of COVID-19 and one death reported.

Aug. 31 - Health officials reported 101 new cases of COVID-19 from the last 24 hours. Over the weekend the province added 294 cases in total. Four new deaths were also announced.

Aug. 28 – The province announced 124 new cases and 48 recoveries.

Aug. 27 Health official announced 68 cases, 63 recoveries and one death.

Aug. 26 – Health officials announced 62 cases and 85 recoveries.

Aug. 25 - Health officials confirmed 58 new cases of COVID-19 as active cases in the province reached their highest level since the pandemic began.

Aug. 24 - Health officials reported 269 new COVID-19 cases in total from the past three days. One additional death was also announced.

Aug. 21 – Health officials announced 90 new cases, two deaths and 44 recoveries. This is the first time B.C. has surpassed 800 active cases.

Aug. 20Eighty new cases were announced in the province, along with two deaths and 96 recoveries.

Aug. 19 – Health officials announced 68 cases and 45 recoveries.

Aug. 18 -- British Columbia recorded 83 cases of COVID-19 Tuesday.

Aug. 17 -- British Columbia recorded 236 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths over the weekend.

Aug. 14 - British Columbia added 84 new cases of COVID-19.

Aug. 13 – The province announced 78 new cases and 31 recoveries.

Aug. 12 – The province announced 85 new cases, one death and 25 recoveries.

Aug. 11 - B.C. health officials reported 46 new infections as caseloads continued to surge.

Aug. 10 - The province reported 44 new cases of COVID-19. Over the weekend, the province saw a total of 131 new cases.

Aug. 7 – Health officials announced 53 new cases and 38 recoveries.

Aug. 6 – The province announced 47 new cases and 27 recoveries.

Aug. 5 - British Columbia health officials added 47 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths. The province hasn't recorded a death since July 31.

Aug. 4 - Provincial health officials announced 28 new cases of COVID-19. Over the past four days the province has seen a total of 146 new COVID-19 cases. 

July 31 – The province added 50 new cases, one death and 18 recoveries.

July 30 – The province announced 29 new cases and 46 recoveries.

July 29 - Provincial health officials announced 41 additional cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

July 28 - There were 23 new cases of COVID-19 and one related death reported.

July 27 - Health officials reported 24 new cases of COVID-19, two new deaths and 109 recoveries. In total over the past three days, the province added 81 new cases

July 24 – Health officials announced 27 more cases and one additional death.

July 23 - B.C. confirmed another 30 cases and one new death linked to COVID-19.

July 22 - B.C. announced 34 new cases of COVID-19, with 285 cases considered active.

July 21 - The province added 30 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 more recoveries.

July 20 - The province added 102 new cases of COVID-19 collectively over the past three days. No new deaths were reported and 56 new recoveries were added. 

July 16 – The province announced 21 new cases and 36 recoveries.

July 14 - The province added 13 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 additional recoveries.

July 13 -- B.C. announces 21 new cases, and a total of 62 since its last update.

July 10 – Health officials announced 25 new cases, 12 recoveries and one death.

July 9  – The province added 20 cases and seven recoveries.

July 8  Eighteen new cases were announced, along with three deaths and 15 recoveries.

July 7 - British Columbia added 12 new cases of COVID-19 and 16 recoveries.

July 6 - The province announced 31 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday, as well as six new deaths. Health officials also announced 21 new recoveries.

July 3 – Health officials announced 13 new cases of COVID-19 but only increased the provincial total by seven to 2,947. Six cases were removed because they are residents of a different province.

July 2  – Health officials announced 24 new cases, three deaths and 13 recoveries.

June 30 -- Health officials reported an additional 12 cases and no new deaths.

June 29 – The province announced 26 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday, as well as 32 new recoveries. 

June 26Ten new cases, 28 recoveries and one death were reported on Friday.

June 25Health officials announced 20 cases, two deaths and one recovery.

June 24 – The province announced 14 new cases, one death and 25 recoveries.

June 23 – Health officials announced 13 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one new death. The province also announced 20 new recoveries. 

June 22 -  The province announced 32 new cases, one new death and 27 recoveries

June 19Seven news cases and 19 recoveries were announced on Friday.

June 18 Eight new cases of COVID-19 were announced, along with three recoveries.

June 17 – The province announced 19 new cases and six recoveries.

June 16 – The province announced 11 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 21 more recoveries. 

June 15 – The province reported 36 new cases of COVID-19 from the past three days. Health officials also announced 41 new recoveries and no new deaths.

June 12Sixteen new cases were added on Friday, along with 10 recoveries and one death. The province announced a data correction of one less case in its Northern Health region.

June 11 – Health officials announced 14 new cases and 16 recoveries.

June 10  – The province announced 12 new cases and nine recoveries.

June 9 - The province reported nine test-confirmed cases of COVID-19 and one epidemiologically linked case, for a total of 10 new cases.

June 8 – British Columbia announced 29 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday and no new deaths.

June 4 – The province announced nine new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths. Four of the new cases have already been resolved.

June 3 The province announced 22 new cases and one death on Wednesday.

June 2 -- Health officials confirmed four new cases in the province, the lowest daily total since B.C. recorded two cases on May 19. No new deaths were reported.

June 1 -- The B.C. government reported 24 new cases of COVID-19 over the past 48 hours, as well as one death.

May 30 -- The province recorded 11 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 11 recoveries.

May 29 – Health officials announced four new cases and 17 recoveries.

May 28 – The province added nine new cases and two deaths on Thursday. Health authorities also retracted a previously announced case.

May 27 – The province announced nine new cases and one additional death on Wednesday.

May 26 -- Health officials reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. and no new deaths.

May 25 – The province announced 12 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths. An additional 45 recoveries were also reported.

May 23 – Health officials announced 10 more cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.

May 22 – The province announced 18 new cases and three additional deaths on Friday.

May 21 – The province added 12 new cases on Thursday, three additional deaths and 19 recoveries.

May 20 -- Health officials announced 21 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, along with three deaths.

May 19 -- British Columbia announces two new cases of COVID-19, as well as three deaths and nine recoveries.

May 18 -- British Columbia reported 16 additional cases of COVID-19 and two deaths over the past two days.

May 16 -- B.C. announced 21 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

May 15 – The province announced 15 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, along with five new deaths. Health officials also announced 53 recoveries.

May 14 – Health officials announced 15 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, along with three deaths. The province also announced 26 recoveries.

May 13 – Health officials announced 16 new cases, and one new COVID-19-related death. The province also announced 27 recoveries.

May 12 -- British Columbia announced seven new cases of COVID-19, as well as one additional death from the disease.

May 11 – B.C. health officials announced 23 new cases of COVID-19 from the past two days on Monday, and one more death.

May 9 – Health officials announced 15 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths. Eighty recoveries were reported on Saturday.

May 8 – Provincial health officials reported 29 more cases of COVID-19 and one new death.  

May 7 – The province announced 33 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, as well as two new deaths.

May 6 – Health officials have announced 23 new test-positive cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia, as well as three more deaths.

May 5 – Health officials announced eight test-positive cases on Tuesday, marking the province's smallest increase since mid-March. The province also reported 55 new recoveries and four deaths.

May 4 – B.C. reports 53 new cases since Saturday, including three deaths and 41 recoveries.

May 2 – The province announced 26 new cases and two new deaths. Nineteen recoveries were also reported.

May 1 – Health officials announced 33 new cases of COVID-19, along with one new death. The province also announced 35 recoveries.

April 30 – British Columbia says it has 25 new cases, including two deaths and 17 recoveries.

April 29 – Health officials announced 34 more cases of COVID-19, along with four more deaths.

April 28 – B.C. health officials have announced 55 new cases and two more deaths. That pushes Canada's total number of cases to date above 50,000.

April 27 – Three people have died since Saturday, while another 50 cases have been confirmed with another 53 recoveries.

April 25 – B.C. reported 95 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths. One of those deaths occurred in a First Nations community – the province's first so far.

April 24 – Four patients died in B.C., while 29 new cases were identified and 22 more have recovered.

April 23 – Four more people died in B.C. as the province added 29 new cases and 13 more recoveries.

April 22 – Three patients died, while 71 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed along with 38 more recoveries.

April 21 – B.C. announced 25 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one additional death and two new recoveries.

April 20 – Five more patients died in B.C., while 52 new cases were confirmed, along with an equal number of recoveries.

April 18 – Health officials in B.C. announced three more COVID-19-related deaths, and 29 new cases. The number of those recovered jumped by 21.

April 17 – British Columbia announced 43 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths. The province also adjusted its previous number of recoveries, lowering the total by 17.

April 16 – Health officials in British Columbia are reporting three deaths, 14 new cases and 28 recoveries.

April 15 – Officials announced three more deaths from COVID-19 and 44 new cases.

April 14 – B.C. announced another three deaths from COVID-19 and 27 new test-positive cases.

April 13 – Eleven more people have died from COVID-19 and there are 45 new test-positive cases.

April 11 – B.C. health officials announced 35 new cases and three new deaths. The province now has 1,445 cases.

April 10 – Five patients died in B.C., while 40 new cases were identified and another 21 patients recovered.

April 9 – Two more patients died and 34 new cases were reported, while another 20 recovered.

April 8 – Five more people died in B.C. from COVID-19, while 45 new cases were identified and 33 patients new recoveries.

April 7 – Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix announced 25 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, bringing the provincial total to 1,291.

April 6 – British Columbia had a total of 63 new COVID-19 cases between Saturday and Monday for a total of 1,266 cases in the province. One more person has died of the illness.

April 4 – Health officials announced 29 new cases on Saturday and three new deaths related to COVID-19. Thirty more recoveries were also reported.

April 3 – Four patients died, while 53 new cases were identified and 32 recovered. Another long-term care facility reported an outbreak officials said.

April 2Six patients died in B.C., health officials said, and 55 new cases were identified, bringing the provincial total to 1,121. 149 patients were in the hospital, 68 of whom were in ICU.

April 1 – Officials report 53 new cases, 1 death, and 99 recoveries. In total, 142 individuals are in the hospital, with 67 in critical care.

March 31 – Another 43 cases were confirmed, along with 5 more deaths and 38 more recoveries. Half the cases identified have now recovered.

March 30 – Health officials have confirmed another 86 cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia since Saturday, as well as two more deaths related to the virus. Officials also stressed that the number of recoveries is continuing to increase as well, with a full 48 per cent of all B.C. COVID-19 patients now clear of the virus.

March 28 – Health officials announced 92 new COVID-19 cases and one new death. But the province also announced that roughly 45 per cent of patients have recovered. 121 new recoveries.

March 27 – B.C. identified 67 new cases, and another 89 recoveries. Two more patients died in the Vancouver region.

March 26 – B.C. reported 66 new cases, bringing the provincial total to 725. Three patients also recovered, with recoveries totalling 186 so far.

March 25 – British Columbia's provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 42 new positive tests for COVID-19 in the province Wednesday, bringing the provincial total to 659 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.

March 24 – B.C. reported 145 new cases of COVID-19, but those numbers include the past two days of tests. Sixty-seven people tested positive on Monday, and another 78 tested positive in the past 24 hours. No new deaths were reported. So far, 173 people have fully recovered — or 28 per cent of the province’s total cases.

March 23 – B.C. has confirmed 48 new cases with its death toll increasing to 13 people. The province also announced 100 people are considered fully recovered.

March 21 – B.C. revised its death toll to 10 people, and announced an additional 76 cases.

March 20 – B.C. confirmed 77 new cases, bringing the province's total to 348 and raising Canada's nationwide total across the 1,000 mark. Among the new cases is a heath-care worker at the long-term care home, Dufferin Care Centre, in Coquitlam.

March 19One more death was reported in British Columbia as the province confirmed 40 new cases of COVID-19. Of the province's overall cases, 17 patient were in hospital with nine in the intensive care unit.

March 18 – The province announced 45 new cases of COVID-19. Thirteen people were in hospital with the novel coronavirus, and seven of those were in intensive care, said British Columbia health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry.

March 17 – Health officials in British Columbia announced 83 new cases of COVID-19 in the province and another three deaths from the virus, including two who were residents of the Lynn Valley Care Centre.

March 16Three more deaths connected to COVID-19 were recorded in B.C., all of whom were residents of the Lynn Valley Care Centre. Health officials also announced 30 new cases for a total of 103 in the province. Many of the new cases were related to the Pacific Dental Conference.

March 14 – Health officials announced nine new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 73. Five cases were linked to a cluster at the Lynn Valley Care Centre. Seven of the new cases were located in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, one in the Fraser Health region, and one in the province's Interior Health region.

March 13Eleven new cases were confirmed, including three cases involving administrative staff at Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver. A close contact of previously confirmed case linked to Lynn Valley Care Centre also tested positive. Five others were related to travel abroad to Iran, Egypt, the Philippines, and Mexico. Two cases were still under investigation.

March 12Seven new cases of the coronavirus were reported in B.C., including three at a second care home in Metro Vancouver.

Revera Inc. confirmed that two staff members, a man and a woman in their 40s, and one resident, a man in his 90s, at Hollyburn House in West Vancouver tested positive for COVID-19.

Three of the cases were travel-related. One was a man in his 40s who recently returned from the United Kingdom. Two more were a couple – a man and a woman – in their 40s who were recently on a tour in Egypt.

March 11 – British Columbia identified seven new cases of COVID-19, including two community cases that had no link to recent travel or other patients with the virus.

The two community cases were picked up from the Fraser Health region and included a woman in her 60s who was in hospital in stable condition and a man in his 60s who was being isolated at home.

Three of the new cases were linked to people who recently travelled to Egypt. The other two involve care workers – a man in his 20s and a woman in her 50s – from a seniors’ home where an outbreak was reported. Both were recovering at home.

March 10 – Seven new cases of the COVID-19 virus were identified, including two people who worked at the North Vancouver care home where a resident recently died. Two employees of the Lynn Valley Care Centre tested positive for the virus.

Two of the other newly identified COVID-19 patients were also so-called 'community cases,' which means they did not travel recently and did not have any known linked to positive cases. One was a man in his 90s who was being treated in hospital, the other was a man in his 40s who was in isolation at home.

The remaining three cases were all travellers from the Vancouver Coastal Health region, which include Vancouver, Richmond and the North Shore.

One was a woman in her 60s who recently returned from a tour in Egypt. The other two travellers were a man in his 40s who recently returned from Germany and a man in his 90s who was on the Grand Princess cruise that ended up quarantined in California. Both were in isolation at home.

March 9 – One of the residents of the Lynn Valley Care Centre died on March 8, provincial health officials said. The man was in his 80s and had pre-existing health issues, they added. The announcement marked the first recorded death in the country from COVID-19. Elderly people are considered to be especially vulnerable to the disease.

Health officials in the province also announced five new cases: a health-care worker in her 40s connected to the Lynn Valley care home, a woman in her 50s who was recently in Iran, a man in his 30s who recently returned from Italy, and two people connected to the community case – a man in his teens and another man in his 50s.

March 7 – B.C. Health officials announced six new cases, bringing the province’s total to 27. Two of the cases were residents of Lynn Valley Care Centre, a long-term care home in North Vancouver. It’s believed they contracted the virus from a home care worker who was previously identified as the first community case. All residents at this home were screened as a result.

A man in his 50s who recently travelled to Iran and a woman in her 50s who was a close household contact were also diagnosed. The other two cases, a man and a woman in their 60s, were passengers on the Grand Princess cruise ship and were hospitalized.

The woman who was reported to be in critical condition on March 4 was now in stable condition.

March 5 – B.C. confirmed eight new cases of COVID-19, including a woman in her 50s (case 21) with no recent travel history who was believed to be Canada’s first “community case' and was identified through the annual influenza surveillance program.

Four of the cases were “close household contacts” of the man in his 60s, or case 10 reported on March 3, who had travelled to Iran.They were a man in his 20s, a man in his 30s, a woman in her 50s, and a woman in her 60s. Case 18 and 19 were a woman in her 50s and a man in his 60s who live in the same household and recently returned from Iran. Case 20 was a Seattle, Washington woman in her 50s who frequently travelled to Metro Vancouver and was visiting family in the Fraser Health region.

March 4A woman in her 80s from the Vancouver area, recently returned from travelling in Hong Kong and India, was in critical condition at Vancouver General Hospital. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said the woman was part of a tour group in India and officials were looking at who else was on the trip and whether they may have also been exposed.

March 3 – A man in his 50s who recently returned from Iran was the ninth case in B.C. His case was unrelated to any of the previously reported cases, and the patient was currently in isolation at home.

Later on Tuesday, two women and one man in his 60s in the Vancouver area who recently travelled to Iran were announced as the 10th, 11th, and 12th cases in the province. One of the women, who was in her 30s, contracted the virus in a household linked to the eighth B.C. case reported on Feb. 29.

Feb. 29British Columbia reported a woman in her 60s, visiting from Iran and staying with family in B.C., tested positive. She was in isolation at home along with others who were at risk. She arrived earlier in the week.

B.C. officials report that three additional patients were now fully recovered.

Feb. 24 – A B.C. man in his 40s who was in close contact with B.C.'s sixth case reported on Feb. 20, was the province’s seventh case. He was in isolation and monitored from home.

Feb. 20 – A woman in her 30s who recently returned from Iran was B.C.’s sixth’s presumptive case and was in self-isolation at home.

Feb. 14 – A woman in her 30s, who recently returned from China, was B.C.’s fifth case and Canada’s eighth. She was in self-isolation at home.

Feb. 6 – B.C .confirmed two new cases of COVID-19, involving a man and a woman in their 30s from Wuhan, China, who were visiting the second B.C. case announced on Feb. 4.

Feb. 4 – A woman in her 50s was B.C.’s second presumptive case, and Canada’s fifth case. She had close contact with family visitors from Wuhan and was in self-isolation at home.

Jan. 28 – A man in his 40s and resident of the Vancouver Coastal health region was British Columbia’s first presumptive case. He had recently returned from Wuhan the prior week and was tested on Sunday, Jan. 26 and was in self-isolation at home. Status: Recovered as of Feb. 19.

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July 30 -- The province added 187 new cases and three deaths.

July 29 - The province reported 233 new cases and 47 recoveries. 

July 28 - Health officials announced 194 new cases and 33 recoveries. 

July 27 - The province added 134 new infections and three additional deaths.

July 26 - The province reported 94 new cases. Over the last 72 hours, Alberta added a total of 387 new infections.

July 23 - The province added 98 new cases of COVID-19, including 96 cases that are variants of concern, and two deaths.

July 22 - The province added 106 new cases and 77 recoveries. 

July 21 - The province added 81 new cases and 38 recoveries. 

July 20 - The province reported 69 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 66 recoveries. 

July 19 - The province reported 38 new cases and two deaths. Over the weekend, Alberta added a total of 130 new cases.

July 16 - The province reported 41 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths.

July 15 - Alberta added 53 new infections and one death.

July 14 - The province added 46 new infections and one new death.

July 13 - The province reported 35 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths.

July 12 - Alberta added 30 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, including the total 90 cases reported over the past three days.

July 9 – The province added 52 new cases on Friday.

July 8 - Alberta added 23 new cases and 71 recoveries. 

July 7 - Alberta reported 67 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 83 recoveries. 

July 6 - Health officials announced 33 new cases and 99 recoveries. 

July 5 - The province reported 44 new cases and two deaths. Over the last three days Alberta added a total of 139 new infections.

July 2 - Alberta reported 43 new cases on Friday and 67 cases on July 1, for a total of 110 new infections in the last two days. 

June 30 - Health officials announced 76 new cases, two deaths and 151 recoveries.

June 29 - Provincial health officials announced 61 new infections, four deaths and 186 recoveries.

June 28 - The province reported 31 new cases and three new deaths. Over the weekend, the province reported a total of 209 cases.

June 25 - Alberta's chief medical officer of health reported "about 100 new cases" in preliminary numbers on Twitter on Friday due to technical issues. That estimated total is not being included in today's map data.

June 24 - The province added 73 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one new death.

June 23 - Health officials announced 92 new infections, two deaths and 187 recoveries. 

June 22 - Provincial health officials reported 57 new cases and one death. Three previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

June 21 - Health officials announced 60 new infections, two deaths and 182 additional recoveries.

June 20 - Health officials reported 100 new COVID-19 cases and one death.

June 19 - The province added 127 new cases of COVID-19 and six more deaths.

June 18 - Alberta reported 124 new cases of COVID-19, three deaths and 256 recoveries. 

June 17 - The province reported 150 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths and 316 recoveries.

June 16 - The province reported 153 new cases of COVID-19, four deaths and 314 recoveries. 

June 15 - Provincial health officials reported 127 new cases, four deaths and 408 recoveries. 

June 14 - The province reported 115 new cases and 206 additional recoveries.

June 13 - There were 165 new COVID-19 infections and one additional death reported.

June 12 - The province added 179 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths. 

June 11 - Provincial health officials reported 170 new COVID-19 cases, three deaths and 448 recoveries.

June 10 - The province reported 178 new cases and six deaths.

June 9 - The province reported 313 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 535 recoveries.

June 8 - Provincial health officials announced 139 new cases, three deaths and 412 recoveries.

June 7 - Health officials announced 127 new cases, two deaths and 302 recoveries. 

June 6 - The province reported 231 additional cases of COVID-19.

June 5 - The province added 293 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths.

June 4 - The province reported 244 new cases, seven deaths and 653 recoveries.

June 3 - The province added 296 new cases and five deaths.

June 2 - The province reported 410 new COVID-19 cases and three deaths.

June 1 - The province added 209 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death. 

May 31 - The province reported 263 new cases, eight deaths and 682 recoveries.

May 30 - There were 391 new cases of COVID-19 and five more deaths reported.

May 29 – Health officials announced 406 new cases and eight deaths.

May 28 - Alberta added 512 new cases, seven deaths and 1,245 recoveries. 

May 27 - Alberta reported 513 new cases, one death and 1,448 recoveries. 

May 26 - Provincial health officials announced 390 new infections, six deaths and 1,509 recoveries.

May 25 - The province reported 387 new cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths.

May 24 - The province added 452 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths.

May 23 – The province added 563 new cases and six deaths.

May 22 - The province added 621 new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths on Saturday.

May 21 - The province added 732 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths.

May 20 - The province reported 812 new cases of COVID-19 and four new deaths. 

May 19 - The province reported 908 new cases, six deaths and 2,102 recoveries. 

May 18 - The province reported 877 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths.

May 17 - The province reported 721 new cases, five deaths and 1,708 recoveries. 

May 16 - The province reported 1,140 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths.

May 15 - The province reported 1,195 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths on Saturday.

May 14 - The province reported 1,433 new cases, five deaths and 2,141 recoveries.

May 13 - The province reported 1,558 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths and 1,925 recoveries.

May 12 - The province reported 1,799 new cases, four deaths and 1,831 recoveries. 

May 11 - The province reported 1,449 new cases, three deaths and 1,887 recoveries.

May 10 - The province reported 1,597 new cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths.

May 9 – Health officials announced 1,633 new cases and two deaths on Sunday.

May 8 - The province reported 2,042 new cases and 1,745 recoveries.

May 7 - The province reported 1,980 new cases of COVID-19. 

May 6 - The province reported 2,211 new cases and 1,870 new recoveries.

May 5 - The province added 2,271 new cases and three deaths.

May 4 - There were 1,743 new cases and 9 additional deaths.

May 3 - There were 2,012 new cases and 3 deaths.

May 2 - There were 1,731 new cases of COVID-19 reported, the lowest number in five days, as well as three more deaths.

May 1 – The province added 2,433 new cases and one death.

April 30 - The province added 2,007 new COVID-19 cases, 1,557 recoveries and seven deaths.

April 29 - Alberta announced 2,048 new COVID-19 cases, a new single-day high for the province. It also announced two deaths.

April 28 - The province reported 1,839 new cases, six deaths and 1616 recoveries.

April 27 - Alberta added 1,539 new COVID-19 cases, seven deaths and 1,435 recoveries. The province removed 14 deaths from the total after they were deemed not to be connected to the disease.

April 26 - Provincial health officials reported 1,495 new cases, seven deaths and 1,014 recoveries. 

April 25 - Health officials reported 1,437 new cases, including 932 variants of concerns (VOCs), and three new deaths.

April 24 – The province added 1,592 new cases and five deaths on Saturday.

April 23 - The province reported 1,690 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 1,421 recoveries.

April 22 - Health officials reported 1,857 new cases and six additional deaths.

April 21 - The province reported 1,699 new cases.

April 20 - The province reported 1,345 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 1,283 recoveries.

April 19 - The province reported 1,391 new cases, three deaths and 899 recoveries.

April 18 - The province reported 1,516 new cases of COVID-19, as well as three deaths.

April 17 - Health officials reported 1,486 new cases of COVID-19, including 977 more variants.

April 16 - The province recorded 1,616 new infections and 1,080.

April 15 - The province reported 1,646 new cases, five deaths and 987 recoveries. 

April 14 - The province reported 1,412 new cases and eight new deaths.

April 13 - The province added 1,081 new cases and three deaths.

April 12 - The province reported 1,136 new cases and five additional deaths.

April 9 - Health officials announced 1,521 new cases and two additional deaths.

April 8 - Provincial health officials announced 1,429 new cases and three additional deaths.

April 7 - The province reported 1,351 new cases, one death and 695 recoveries.

April 6 - The province reported an increase of 931 COVID-19 cases, as well as three deaths.

April 5 - There were 887 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths reported in the province. 

April 4 - The province reported 948 new cases.

April 3 – The province reported 1,071 new COVID-19 cases.

April 2 – The province reported 1,081 new cases.

April 1 - Health officials announced 875 new cases and four additional deaths.

March 31 - Alberta added 871 new COVID-19 cases, three deaths and 493 recoveries.

March 30 - The province reported 576 new cases of COVID-19, four deaths and 519 recoveries.

March 29 - The province reported 545 new cases and 321 new recoveries.

March 28 - There were 644 new COVID-19 infections and three deaths reported.

March 27 - The province added 668 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

March 26 - The province reported 717 new cases and three additional deaths. 

March 25 - Health officials reported 764 new cases and three new deaths.

March 24 - The province reported 692 new cases and two deaths.

March 23 - The province reported 465 new cases and three additional deaths.

March 22 - Health officials reported 456 new cases, five deaths and 246 recoveries. 

March 21 - The province reported 555 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths related to the disease.

March 20 - Alberta added 556 new cases of COVID-19.

March 19 - Alberta reported 696 new cases and 351 additional recoveries. 

March 18 - Provincial health officials announced 505 new cases and one death linked to COVID-19

March 17 - Health officials announced 479 new cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths. 

March 16 - Health officials recorded 355 new COVID-19 cases, in addition to three deaths and 387 recoveries.

March 15 - Provincial health officials reported 364 new cases, three deaths and 247 recoveries. 

March 14 - Alberta reported 388 new cases, including their first two cases of the Brazilian variant.

March 13 - Alberta reported 474 new cases of COVID-19, the biggest single-day increase since Feb. 4.

March 12 - The province reported 425 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 365 recoveries.

March 11 - Health officials reported 364 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 334 recoveries. 

March 10 - Health officials announced 399 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 404 recoveries.

March 9 - The province reported 255 new cases of COVID-19, as well as six deaths and 412 recoveries. 

March 8 - Health officials reported 278 new cases and six additional deaths.

March 7 - There were 300 new cases reported as the province released only preliminary data, due to system maintenance.

March 6 - Alberta reported 341 more cases of COVID-19.

March 5 - The province reported 411 new cases of COVID-19, as well as two deaths and 383 recoveries.

March 4 - Provincial health officials reported 331 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths and 358 recoveries. 

March 3 - Health officials announced 402 cases, 12 deaths and 372 recoveries 

March 2 - The province reported 257 new cases, two deaths and 479 recoveries. 

March 1 - There were 291 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as two more deaths.

Feb. 28 - The province announced 301 new cases of COVID-19, as well as three deaths.

Feb. 27 - The province reported 415 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths.

Feb. 26 - The province added 356 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths.

Feb. 25 - The province reported 399 new cases of COVID-19 and eight more deaths.

Feb. 24 - The province reported 430 new cases, 388 recoveries and 13 deaths. 

Feb. 23 - Health officials announced 267 new cases, 10 deaths and 416 recoveries. 

Feb. 22 - Health officials announced 273 new cases and 16 deaths. Among the deaths, health officials said many of them occurred in December but were not confirmed until now to be attributable to COVID-19. 

Feb. 21 - The province reported 328 new cases of COVID-19, along with nine deaths.

Feb. 20 - The province reported 380 more cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths. 

Feb. 19 - The province reported 325 new cases, seven deaths and 365 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 18 - The province reported 415 new cases, seven deaths and 378 recoveries. 

Feb. 17 - The province reported 277 new COVID-19 cases and seven additional deaths.

Feb. 16 - Health officials announced 263 new cases, nine deaths and 483 recoveries.

Feb. 15 - Alberta Health reported two deaths and 251 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

Feb. 14 - Health officials reported 284 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths.

Feb. 13 - Alberta added 305 more cases of COVID-19 and 15 additional deaths. 

Feb. 12 - The province reported 314 new cases of COVID-19, 16 deaths and 392 recoveries. 

Feb. 11 - Health officials announced 351 new cases of COVID-19 and 16 new deaths. 

Feb. 10 - Health officials announced 339 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths. 

Feb. 9 - Health officials announced 195 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 addtional deaths. 

Feb. 8 - Health officials announced 269 new COVID-19 cases, one death and 314 additional recoveries.

Feb. 7 - There were 351 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths reported.

Feb. 6 - Alberta reported 348 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths.

Feb. 5 - The province reported 396 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths.

Feb. 4 - The province reported 421 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. They also added 161 cases from the day before that were not processed. Health officals also reported 13 more deaths.

Feb. 3 - Health officials reported 259 new cases, 561 recoveries and 11 new deaths. 

Feb. 2 - Health officials reported 268 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 new deaths. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19. 

Feb. 1 - Health officials reported 355 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 new deaths. 

Jan. 31 - The province reported an additional 461 cases of COVID-19, as well as eight deaths.

Jan. 30 - Alberta added 383 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths.

Jan. 29 - Health officials announced 543 new COVID-19 cases, 14 deaths and 765 new recoveries. 

Jan 28 - Alberta added 461 cases and seven deaths.

Jan. 27 - Health officials announced 459 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 12 new deaths and 896 recoveries. 

Jan. 26 - Health officials reported 366 new cases, 14 deaths and 1,040 recoveries. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 25 - Health officials reported 362 new cases of COVID-19 and 25 deaths. Due to a technical issue the province is reporting an additional 409 historical cases which were recorded between Dec. 7 and Jan. 13. Those cases have been added to the national total, but not the daily number of new cases in the table above.

Jan. 24 - The province reported 463 new COVID-19 cases and 24 additional deaths.

Jan. 23 - Health officials reported 573 new COVID-19 cases and 13 more deaths.

Jan. 22 - The province reported 643 new cases, 900 recoveries and 12 additional deaths. 

Jan. 21 - Health officials announced 678 new cases, 971 recoveries and 16 additional deaths.

Jan. 20 - The province reported 669 new cases and 21 additional deaths. 

Jan. 19 - Health officials announced 456 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 17 deaths and 1,267 recoveries. One death was removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

Jan. 18 - Health officials announced 474 new cases and 11 new deaths. 

Jan. 17 - Health officials reported 750 new cases of COVID-19 and 19 more deaths.

Jan. 16 - Alberta added 717 cases of COVID-19 and 15 more deaths.

Jan. 15 - The province reported 785 new COVID-19 cases and 13 more deaths.

Jan. 14 - The province reported 967 new cases of COVID-19 and 21 deaths.

Jan. 13 - Health officials reported 875 new cases, 23 deaths and 1,234 recoveries. 

Jan. 12 - Health officials reported 652 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 38 deaths and 1,311 recoveries. 

Jan. 11 - The province reported 639 new cases and 23 additional deaths.

Jan. 10 - Health authorities reported 811 new cases and 12 deaths due to COVID-19.

Jan. 9 - The province recorded 989 new cases and 31 more deaths from COVID-19.

Jan. 8 - The province reported 1,183 new cases of COVID-19, 829 recoveris and 24 deaths.

Jan. 7 - The province reported 968 new cases, 1,096 and 24 deaths.

Jan. 6 - The province reported 1,123 new cases, 25 new deaths and 1,050 recoveries. 

Jan. 5 - Health officials announced 843 new infections in the province and 26 new deaths.

Jan. 4 - The province added 1,128 COVID-19 cases on Monday and reported nearly 100 deaths since last Wednesday.

Jan. 3 -- An estimated 400 cases were reported in Alberta on low testing levels. A more exact number will be provided at a later date.

Jan. 2 - Alberta reported approximately 900 new cases of COVID-19 in a preliminary update released Saturday.

Jan. 1 - Alberta reported approximately 1,300 new cases of COVID-19. An exact total will be given at a later date.

Dec. 31 - The province reported approximately 1,200 new COVID-19 cases in a preliminary report on New Year's Eve. No other information was provided for recoveries and deaths.

Dec. 30 –The province added 1,287 new cases, 18 more deaths and 1,499 recoveries.

Dec. 29 – The province recorded 872 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, in addition to 1,548 recoveries and 26 more deaths.

Dec. 28 –The province added 917 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and adjusted its data for the previous days during the holiday break. Health officials also announced 112 deaths and 6,710 recoveries between Dec. 23 and Dec. 27.

Dec. 27 – The province announced 459 new cases, but had no info on recoveries or deaths. Few tests were done because of Christmas.

Dec. 26 – The province reported 2,105 new cases over the past two days. No other information was provided for recoveries and deaths.

Dec. 24 – The province added 1,007 cases on Thursday, but provided no information on deaths and recoveries.

Dec. 23 – The province added 1,301 new cases, 1,772 recoveries and 19 deaths.

Dec. 22 - The province reported 1,021 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 11 deaths and 1,864 recoveries.

Dec. 21 - The province reported 1,240 new cases, 1,267 recoveries and nine deaths.

Dec. 20 -- The province reported 1,286 new cases, as well as 10 deaths.

Dec. 19 – Health officials announced 1,352 new cases, 26 deaths and 1,673 recoveries.

Dec. 18 – The province added 1,413 new cases, 1,646 recoveries and 25 deaths.

Dec. 17 – The province added 1,571 new cases, 30 deaths and 1,845 recoveries.

Dec. 16 - Health officials announced 1,270 new cases, 16 deaths and 1,734 recoveries.

Dec. 15 - The province reported 1,341 new infections, 11 deaths and 1,804 recoveries. 

Dec. 14 - Health officials announced 1,887 new cases and 15 additional deaths. One death was removed after being deemed not related to COVID-19.

Dec. 13 – The province added 1,717 new cases, 1,205 recoveries and 22 deaths.

Dec. 12 – The province added 1,590 new cases, 1,666 recoveries and 13 deaths.

Dec. 11 - The province reported 1,738 new cases, 1,722 and 18 deaths.

Dec. 10 – The province added 1,566 new cases, 1,589 recoveries and 13 deaths.

Dec. 9 – The province added 1,460 new cases, 13 deaths and 1,636 recoveries.

Dec. 8 - The province reported 1,727 new cases of COVID-19, as well as nine additional deaths.

Dec. 7 - The province added 1,735 new cases, 16 deaths and 1,136 recoveries.

Dec. 5 – Health officials announced 1,879 new cases, 1,310 recoveries and six deaths.

Dec. 4 – The province added 1,828 new cases, 15 deaths and 1,313 recoveries.

Dec. 3 – The province added 1,854 new cases, 1,241 recoveries and 14 deaths.

Dec. 2 - Health officials announced 1,685 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,159 recoveries. 

Dec. 1 - Health officials announced 1,307 new cases and 10 new deaths.

Nov. 30 - The province added 1,733 new infections and eight additional deaths.

Nov. 29 – The province added 1,608 new cases, 838 recoveries and nine deaths.

Nov. 28 – The province added 1,731 cases, five deaths and 1,012 recoveries.

Nov. 27 - The province reported 1,227 new COVID-19 cases, as well as nine new deaths.

Nov. 26 – The province added 1,077 new cases, 10 deaths and 734 recoveries.

Nov. 25 - The province reported 1,265 new cases, and nine new deaths. One death was removed from the province's total.

Nov. 24 - There were 1,115 new cases of COVID-19 and 16 deaths reported.

Nov. 23 - The province reported 1,549 new COVID-19 cases as well as five deaths and 573 new recoveries. 

Nov. 22 – Health officials recorded 1,584 new cases and 663 recoveries.

Nov. 21 – Health officials announced 1,336 new cases, 708 recoveries and nine deaths.

Nov. 20 - The province reported 1,155 new cases, 11 deaths and 871 additional recoveries.

Nov. 19 - Health officials reported 1,105 new cases and eight new deaths.

Nov. 18 - Health officials reported 730 new cases and 11 new deaths in the province.

Nov. 17 - The province added 773 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 731 additional recoveries.

Nov. 16 - The province recorded 860 new cases and 20 deaths on Monday.

Nov. 15 - The province reported another 991 cases and six deaths Sunday.

Nov. 14 - The province reported a record 1,026 cases today and three more deaths. It did not report recoveries.

Nov. 13 - The province reported 907 new COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths.

Nov. 12 - Health officials reported 860 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 new deaths.

Nov. 11 - The province reported 672 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths. Due to Remembrance Day more detailed updates will be provided on Nov. 12. 

Nov. 10 - The province reported an increase of 713 cases and seven new deaths linked to COVID-19.

Nov. 9 - Health officials announced 644 new cases of COVID-19, seven deaths and 1,142 recoveries.

Nov. 8 – Alberta added 727 new cases and six deaths. The province hasn't provided an update on recoveries since Friday.

Nov. 7 - Alberta announced 919 new cases and five deaths after days of technical issues. The province did not report recoveries.

Nov. 6 – The province added 609 new cases and eight deaths. Those deaths occurred over the past two days. No recoveries were reported as the province still experiences technical errors with its website.Health officials said 802 cases were reported on Thursday.

Nov. 5 - The province did not release exact numbers today due to a technical issue, though reported at least 800 new cases.

Nov. 4 - The province reported 515 new cases and five new deaths linked to COVID-19.

Nov. 3 - In its first update in four days, the province announced a total of 2,268 new cases, including 570 in the past 24 hours, and 15 deaths.

Oct. 30 - Alberta reported its highest one-day tally with 622 new cases and five additional deaths.

Oct. 29 - The province reported 477 new cases and five deaths.

Oct. 28 - The province saw an increase of 410 COVID-19 cases and four deaths.

Oct. 27 - The province reported 422 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths. 

Oct. 26 - Health officials reported 504 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and seven new deaths. Over the weekend the province added a total of 1,440 cases.

Oct. 23 – Health officials announced 432 new cases, 296 recoveries and four deaths.

Oct. 22 – Health officials added 427 new cases and 280 recoveries.

Oct. 21 - The province reported its biggest daily increase to date with 406 new cases and three deaths.

Oct. 20 - Health officials announced 323 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death.

Oct. 19 - The province reported 356 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths. Over the past three days the province added a total of 898 cases.

Oct. 16 – Health officials announced 332 new cases and 234 recoveries.

Oct. 15 – The province added 244 new cases, one death and 194 recoveries.

Oct. 14 – Alberta added 243 new cases, one death and 168 recoveries.

Oct. 13 - Health officials announced 220 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. Over the past four days the province reported a total of 961 new cases. Four additional deaths were also reported.

Oct. 9 - The province added 277 new COVID-19 cases.

Oct. 8 - The province reported 364 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths

Oct. 7 - The province added 143 new COVID-19 cases as well as 133 recoveries.

Oct. 6 - The province reported 276 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death.

Oct. 5 - The province added 218 new cases on Sunday, along with 97 on Friday and 263 on Saturday that hadn't been previously reported.

Oct. 2 – Health officials announced 122 new cases, three deaths and 157 recoveries.

Oct. 1 – The province announced 173 new cases, two deaths and 157 recoveries.

Sept. 30 - Health officials announced 153 new COVID-19 cases added to the province total, as well as one new death.

Sept. 29 - The province added 160 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death.

Sept. 28 - Health officials announced the addition of 162 new COVID-19 cases. From the last 72 hours the province has added a total of 406 cases.

Sept. 25 - Health officials reported 153 new COVID-19 cases and 118 additional recoveries.

Sept. 24 – Alberta reported 158 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday

Sept. 23 - The province added 143 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.

Sept. 22 - Health officials announced 150 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths.

Sept. 21 - Health officials reported 137 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. Over the past three days the province added a total of 358 new cases.

Sept. 18  – Health officials announced 107 new cases, one death and 129 recoveries.

Sept. 17 – Health officials announced 146 new cases and 194 recoveries.

Sept. 16 - Health officials announced 171 new cases of COVID-19 and 167 new recoveries.

Sept. 15 - Health officials announced the addition of 124 new COVID-19 cases as well as 171 new recoveries.

Sept. 14 - Health officials announced 140 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. Over the past three days the province added a total of 418 cases. One additional death was also reported.

Sept. 11 -- The province recorded 111 new cases of COVID-19 Friday. Health officials noted one death as a result of COVID-19, but Alberta's death toll remained at 253 because a previous death was reclassified.

Sept. 10 – Health officials announced 113 new cases, five deaths and 199 recoveries.

Sept. 9 - The province added 98 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

Sept. 8 - The province reported 157 new cases of COVID-19. Over the Labour day long-weekend, the province added a total of 619 cases. Five new deaths were also reported.

Sept. 4 – The province announced 164 new cases and 146 recoveries.

Sept. 3 – The province added 130 new cases and 118 recoveries.

Sept. 2 - The province reported 114 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death

Sept. 1 - The province added 164 cases of COVID-19 and two additional new deaths.

Aug. 31 - Health officials reported 109 new COVID-19 cases from the last 24 hours. In total, the province reported 426 new cases from the last three days and two new deaths.

Aug. 28 – Health officials announced 158 new cases and 131 recoveries.

Aug. 27 The province added 108 new cases, two deaths and 124 recoveries.

Aug. 26 – The province announced 127 new cases and 85 recoveries.

Aug. 25 - Health officials announced 77 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday as well as one additional death.

Aug. 24 - Health officials announced 258 new cases of COVID-19 in total from the past three days. Four additional deaths were also reported.

Aug. 21 - The province reported an increase of 144 new cases of COVID-19 as well as two new deaths.

Aug. 20 – Health officials announced 103 new cases and 125 recoveries.

Aug. 19 - The province reported 82 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths.

Aug. 18 - Health officials reported 89 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. Due to a data error, 74 cases reported on Friday were confirmed as duplicates and have since been removed from the province total.

Aug. 17 -- Alberta recorded 359 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths over the weekend.

Aug. 14 – The province announced 84 new cases, one death and 83 recoveries.

Aug. 13 – Health officials announced 76 new cases, 81 recoveries and three deaths.

Aug. 12 - Alberta added 121 new COVID-19 cases, one new death and 80 recoveries. 

Aug. 11 - Health officials announced 85 new COVID-19 cases, three additional deaths and 168 new recoveries. 

Aug. 10 - Over the course of three days, the province recorded 257 new COVID-19 cases in total. Five new deaths were also reported

Aug. 7 – The province announced 134 new cases, three deaths and 113 recoveries.

Aug. 6 – Health officials announced 56 new cases, 93 recoveries and two deaths.

Aug. 5 - Provincial health officials reported 94 new cases of COVID-19, two additional deaths and 137 recoveries. 

Aug. 4 - Health officials reported 65 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 493 recoveries. Over the long weekend the province recorded a total of 303 new cases.

July 31  – Health officials announced 127 new cases, one death and 148 recoveries.

July 30 – Health officials announced 113 new cases, 130 recoveries and five deaths.

July 29 - Alberta recorded 133 new COVID-19 cases, three new deaths and 97 more recoveries. 

July 28 -The province reported 80 new cases of COVID-19, one new death and 112 recoveries. 

July 27 - Provincial health officials announced 91 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and 304 new cases in total over the weekend. Eight new deaths were reported, as well as 207 recoveries

July 24 - Health officials in Alberta confirmed another 111 cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.

July 23 - Alberta reported another 114 cases and two more deaths linked to COVID-19. Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw called the new numbers 'a wake-up call.'

July 22 - Health officials in Alberta reported another 133 cases and two more deaths.

July 21 - Health officials reported 141 new cases of COVID-19, two new deaths and 55 additional recoveries. 

July 20 - The province added 368 new cases of COVID-19 collectively over the past three days. Three deaths have also been added as well as 115 new recoveries. 

July 17 – The province announced 105 new cases, 51 recoveries and four deaths.

July 16 – Health officials announced 120 new cases, 15 recoveries, and two deaths.

July 15 - The province reported 82 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 79 new recoveries. 

July 14 - Health officials announced 86 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 59 additional recoveries. 

July 13 - Health officials announced 230 new cases of COVID-19 since Friday and one additional death.

July 10 – The province announced 77 new cases and 70 recoveries. A previously announced death was removed from the total after it was determined the person didn’t die from COVID-19.

July 9Thirty-seven new cases, 28 recoveries and three deaths.

July 8 - The province announced 46 new cases of COVID-19, one death and 57 additional recoveries. 

July 7 - Alberta added 47 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 32 new recoveries. 

July 6 - Alberta announced 130 new cases of the virus and 95 new recoveries from the past three days. 

July 3 – Alberta confirmed 57 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the province's total to 8,259. 

July 2 – The province added 94 new cases over the past 48 hours, along with 98 recoveries and one death.

June 30 – Alberta reported 41 new cases of the virus and 51 new recoveries.  

June 29 – The province announced 71 new cases of COVID-19, marking the largest single-day increase since May. Alberta also announced 32 new recoveries. 

June 28 – Health officials announced 39 new cases and 39 recoveries.

June 27 – Health officials announced 69 new cases and 58 recoveries.

June 26 – Health officials announced 37 new cases and 34 recoveries.

June 25 – The province added 26 new cases, one death and 57 recoveries.

June 24 – Health officials reported 44 new cases of COVID-19 and 38 new recoveries.   

June 23 – The province announced 45 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 55 new recoveries. 

June 22 - The province reported 32 new cases, one new death and 23 recoveries.

June 21 – The province announced 31 new cases and 22 recoveries

June 20 – Health officials announced 48 new cases and 35 recoveries.

June 19 – Health officials announced 46 new cases and 23 recoveries.

June 18 – The province added 49 new cases, 45 recoveries and one death.

June 17 – Health officials announced 48 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 new recoveries. This marks the third straight day that the province has had no new deaths. 

June 16 – The province of announced 35 new cases of COVID-19 and 21 new recoveries. The total of 7,482 represents an increase of 29 cases from yesterday but the province says six probable cases were removed from today's count.

June 15 – The province reported 20 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one new death. Health officials also announced one new recovery.  

June 14 Fifty cases were added, along with 30 recoveries.

June 13 – The province announced 37 new cases on Saturday, along with 19 recoveries and one death.

June 12 – The province announced 30 new cases and 23 recoveries.

June 11 – The province announced 40 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. Health officials also adjusted the numbers of deaths down to 149 from 151.

June 10 – Health officials announced 47 new cases of the virus and no new deaths. An increase of 32 recoveries were also announced. 

June 9 - Twenty-seven new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Alberta, as well as two deaths and 24 recoveries.

June 8 – Provincial health officials announced 64 new cases of COVID-19 since Saturday. Three more deaths were announced, as well as 42 recoveries.  

June 6 – Health officials announced 40 new cases and 32 recoveries.

June 5 -- Alberta reports 7 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 13 recoveries. 

June 4 -- Alberta reports 15 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one death.

June 3 -- Alberta reports 19 new cases of COVID-19, as well as two deaths.

June 2 -- Alberta reports 13 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 36 recoveries. 

June 1 -- Alberta reports 34 new cases of COVID-19. 

May 31 -- The province recorded 18 new cases of COVID-19 and 38 recoveries.

May 30 -- Alberta health officials reported another 13 cases in the province and 27 recoveries.

May 29 – The province announced 24 new cases of COVID-19 and 58 recoveries.

May 28 -- Alberta reports 29 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as two deaths.

May 27 -- Alberta reports 25 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as two deaths.

May 26 -- Alberta added 22 new active cases of COVID-19, and one death. 

May 25 -- Alberta added 19 new active cases of COVID-19, and 3 deaths. 

May 24 – The province announced 42 new cases of COVID-19 and 55 recoveries on Sunday.

May 23 – Health officials announced 18 new cases and one additional death.

May 22 -- Two more people have died as a result of COVID-19 in Alberta as the province reported 32 new cases Friday.

May 21 -- Alberta adds 33 new active cases of COVID-19, and 4 deaths. 

May 20 -- Alberta adds 19 new active cases of COVID-19, and 53 recoveries. 

May 19 --  Alberta adds 33 new active cases of COVID-19, and 65 recoveries. 

May 18 -- Alberta adds 39 new active cases of COVID-19, and one death.

May 17 – Alberta reported 57 new cases and one COVID-related death. 

May 16 – The province announced 72 new cases and one additional death. Sixty new recoveries were also announced.

May 15 -- Alberta adds 58 new active cases of COVID-19, and four deaths.

May 14 -- Alberta adds 50 new active cases of COVID-19, and one death.

May 13 – The province added 62 new COVID-19 cases, along with 210 recoveries.

May 12 -- Alberta adds 45 new active cases of COVID-19, and one death.

May 11 – Alberta's chief medical officer of health reported 49 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths.

May 10 – Health officials announced 96 new cases, along with one additional death. The province also announced 185 recoveries.

May 9 – Health officials announced 59 new cases of COVID-19, along with one new death. The number of recoveries rose by 184.

May 8 – Alberta reports 81 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as one death.

May 7 – Alberta reports 54 new active cases of COVID-19, and two deaths in the province. 

May 6 – Health officials reported 70 new confirmed cases as well as six deaths related to the novel coronavirus. The province also announced 333 recoveries.  

May 5 – Alberta reports 57 new active cases of COVID-19, along with two deaths in the province. 

May 4 – Health officials in Alberta announce 70 new cases, along with nine deaths and 229 recoveries.

May 3 – Health officials announced 96 new cases on Sunday, along with one additional death. The province also announced 179 recoveries.

May 2 – Health officials announced 97 new cases on Saturday and two new deaths.

May 1 – The province announced 218 new cases and three more deaths. Health officials also announced 198 recoveries.

April 30 – Alberta health officials announce 190 new cases, three deaths – one previously classified as being non-COVID-19-related – and 208 recoveries.

April 29 – The province announced 315 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and seven new deaths.

April 28 – Alberta health officials say the province has five more deaths and 154 new cases.

April 27 – The province says two more people have died, while another 216 people were confirmed to have COVID-19. Health officials also announced 115 more recoveries.

April 26 – Alberta health officials announced 247 new cases and 78 recoveries. The province later corrected that figure to 255 new cases, bringing the Alberta's total to 4,488 cases.

April 25Alberta announced 216 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and one new death. The province also announced 74 new recoveries.

April 24 – There have been five more deaths and 297 new cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, the province's top doctor announced Friday.

April 23 – Alberta is reporting 319 new cases of COVID-19 as well as two new deaths Thursday.

April 22 – There have been five new deaths and 306 new cases of COVID-19 in Alberta.

April 21 – Alberta is reporting 187 new cases of COVID-19 as well as two new deaths Tuesday.

April 20 – The province is reporting 105 new cases Monday as well as four new deaths.

April 19 – The province announced 241 additional cases, and four new deaths.

April 18 – Alberta announced 165 new cases on Saturday, along with one new death. The province also announced 38 new recoveries.

April 17 – Alberta is reporting 239 new cases as well as 210 new recoveries from COVID-19.

April 16 – The province is reporting 162 new cases and two new deaths Thursday.

April 15 – The Alberta government reported 126 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, bringing the province-wide total to 1,996.

April 14 – Dr. Deena Hinshaw reported 138 new cases of COVID-19 – Alberta's highest day-to-day increase during the pandemic so far.

April 13 – Alberta reported 81 new cases and two more deaths Monday.

April 12 – The province announced 82 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday and four more death. Health officials also announced 79 more recoveries.

April 11 – Health officials announced 69 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death in the province on Saturday.

April 10 – Alberta reported seven deaths, the highest death toll in a single day, along with 49 new cases and 121 recoveries.

April 9 – The province is reporting 28 new cases, as well as 73 new recoveries and three new deaths.

April 8 – The province is reporting 50 new cases of COVID-19. It is also reporting 72 new recoveries and three new deaths.

April 7 – Alberta is reporting 25 new cases, 86 new recoveries and two deaths from COVID-19 Tuesday.

April 6 – The Alberta government reported 98 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, bringing the province's total to 1,348. One more person has died as a result of the novel coronavirus.

April 5 – Health officials in Alberta announced three more COVID-19-related deaths on Sunday. It also announced 69 new cases and 83 recoveries.

April 4 – The province announced 106 new cases and two deaths.

April 3 – The province passed 1,000 cases on Friday, as another 5 deaths were reported, along with 107 new cases and 22 recoveries.

April 2 – Alberta confirmed 97 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths Thursday.

April 1– Premier Jason Kenney confirmed 117 cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, the largest daily total in Alberta to date.

March 31 – One more person has died as a result of COVID-19 in Alberta and the province reported 64 new cases Tuesday.

March 30 – The chief medical officer of health for Alberta announced 29 more cases of COVID-19 and five additional deaths.

March 29 – The province announced its third COVID-19 death and 40 additional cases of the virus.

March 28 – Another 79 cases of COVID-19 are announced, raising the provincial total to 621.

March 27 – There are 56 more cases of COVID-19 in Alberta Friday, bringing the total tally to 542. Six additional patients have also recovered, bringing the recovery total to 33.

March 26 – Alberta has 67 more cases of COVID-19, but the province announced that 27 of the 486 total patients have recovered from the virus.

March 25 – Premier Jason Kenney announced 61 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, the largest day-over-day increase yet.

March 24 –There are 57 new cases of COVID-19 in the province as well as the province's second death due to the disease. The victim is a woman in her 80s in the Calgary zone.

March 23 – The province confirmed 42 new cases, with up to 11 suspected to be from community transmissions.

March 22 – An additional 33 cases were reported in Alberta. There were 18 people hospitalized, seven of whom were in intensive care.

March 21 – Health officials announced 31 news cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, bringing the provincial total to 226. The province believed as many as 16 of the cases were due to community spread. Eleven people were in hospital, six of which were in the intensive care unit. The province also identified that one of the cases originated in a seniors’ home.

March 20 – Alberta confirmed 49 new cases, bringing the province's total to 195. As many as 11 of the total cases, all in the Edmonton and Calgary areas, may be community transmitted. Ten patients are in the hospital, half of whom are in intensive care.

March 19 – The provice had its first death from COVID-19 – a man in his 60s with an underlying health condition – and 27 new cases.

March 18 – Alberta health officials announced another 22 cases of COVID-19, for a total of 119 cases. Seven of the cases were suspected to be community transmission and three were in Intensive Care Units.

March 17 – Health officials in Alberta announced 23 new cases.

March 16 – There were 18 new cases – the highest single-day tally for the province so far.

March 15 – Alberta health officials announced 17 new cases, brinigng the total to 56. Two of the new cases were believed to be 'community cases' with no connection to international travel.

March 14Ten new cases were confirmed in Alberta, including two in which patients were admitted to intensive care. Six of the new cases were in the Calgary Zone, the other four were in the Edmonton Zone.

Eight of the cases were connected to international travel. The province was investigating the other two cases. Both patients admitted to intensive care were in their 60s.

March 13Six new cases were confirmed, all involving travel. One was a man from Edmonton who attended a conference in Vancouver where a positive case was identified. The remaining cases were from the Calgary area. One recently returned from Florida, while the others were household contacts of a previously confirmed case.

March 12Four new cases, all in the Calgary-area, were announced, bringing the provincial total to 23.The cases involved a two-year old child, a man in his 50s, a woman in her 30s and a woman in her 70s. The four recently returned from travel to Jordan, Egypt, France, Germany, and Florida.

March 11Five new cases of COVID-19 were identified in Alberta. All of those cases were linked to travel.

One case involved an Edmonton man in his 30s who recently came back from international travel and also visited Misericordia Hospital for an unrelated, previously scheduled treatment prior to being tested and diagnosed. Alberta Public Health was contacting anyone who was in direct contact with him. Alberta’s chief medical officer of health said there is no risk to patients at the hospital “at this time.”

The other four cases are a man in his 20s and three women in their 30s, three of whom are from Calgary and one from the central zone. All five patients recently travelled abroad to countries including Iran, Egypt, Spain, Washington state and Mexico.

March 10Seven more cases were confirmed by health officials, doubling the number of cases in Alberta. All patients likely caught the virus while travelling. Destinations included France, the Netherlands, Egypt, Iran, Taiwan, Germany, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago, Panama, the Philippines and the United States. Several travellers visited more than one country. One individual was also on the MS Braemar cruise. One of the patients had a pre-existing health condition and was transported to hospital.

Three are from the Edmonton area, a male in his 70s and a female in her 60s who had travelled together, and a female in her 30s. Four cases are from the Calgary area, involving a man in his 50s, two females in their 30s, and a female in her forties.

March 9 – Alberta health officials announced three additional cases, bringing the province's total to seven.

One case involves an Edmonton-area woman in her 70s who had come in contact with the case announced on March 8 who had contracted the virus while on the Grande Princess cruise. The sixth case is a Calgary-area man in his 30s who had travelled in Ukraine, the Netherlands and Turkey who had also been in close contact with the fourth case identified on March 8. The last case is a Calgary-area woman in her 50s who was on the MS Braemar cruise ship from Feb. 11 to March 4.

All Alberta cases are now confirmed and the province no longer requires additional confirmation from the National Microbiology Laboratory.

March 8 – Health officials said a man in his 60s from the Edmonton region was the third presumptive case. He had been on the Grand Princess cruise before he returned to Alberta on Feb. 21.

The fourth presumed case is a woman in her 30s from the Calgary region. She had been in close contact with someone who had recently travelled in Europe, including visits to Ukraine, Turkey and the Netherlands. This person is also a resident of Alberta, and is currently undergoing tests.

Both presumptive cases are recovering in isolation at home.

March 6 – A man in his 40s in the Edmonton region was announced as the province’s second presumptive case after he tested positive upon returning from visiting the United States. He had visited Illinois, Michigan and Ohio before returning home on Feb. 28. The source of his infection is a companion who travelled with him in the U.S. who had previously been a passenger on the Grand Princess cruise ship. This travel companion is one of the confirmed cases in B.C.

March 5 – A woman in her 50s from the Calgary area who recently travelled aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship in California was identified as Alberta's first presumptive case of COVID-19. This case was confirmed on March 6, and the patient is self-isolating.

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Aug. 1 - There were 43 additional COVID-19 cases reported.

July 31 - Saskatchewan added 80 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, and added four cases to its total for residents who tested positive out of the province.

July 30 - Health officials announced 56 new cases, however an additional two cases tested out-of-province have been added to the case count.

July 29 - The province reported 52 new cases and 16 recoveries. 

July 28 - The province reported 50 new cases of COVID-19 and 50 additional recoveries. 

July 27 - The province reported 38 new cases, however one previously reported death was removed after being deemed not related to the virus. 

July 26 - The province reported 43 new cases and one new death. One case originally tested out-of-province has been added to the case count.

July 25 - There were 27 new COVID-19 infections and 31 recoveries reported.

July 24 - The province added 46 new cases and one death.

July 23 - The province reported 51 new cases and added one additional case to the previous total after a resident tested positive out of province.

July 22 - Health officials announced 26 new COVID-19 cases. Additionally, five cases originally tested out-of-province have been added to the case count.

July 21 - The province added 53 new infections and 19 recoveries. 

July 20 - Provincial health officials announced 22 new cases of COVID-19 and 42 recoveries. 

July 19 - The province added 16 new cases and 37 recoveries. Additionally, one case originally tested out-of-province has been added to the case count.

July 18 - The province reported 36 additional COVID-19 infections.

July 17 - The province reported a daily increase in cases of 35, but reported only 33 new cases of COVID-19.

July 16 - The province reported 20 new cases and two deaths. Additionally, one case originally tested out-of-province has been added to the case count.

July 15 - The province reported 30 new cases, however 11 previously reported cases were removed after being deemed non-Saskatchewan residents.

July 14 - The province reported 18 new infections and 30 new recoveries. 

July 13 - Provincial health officials announced 27 new cases and 47 additional recoveries. Two previously reported cases were removed. 

July 12 - The province reported 19 new infections and 21 additional recoveries. 

July 11 – The province added 20 new cases and one death.

July 10 - The province added 42 new cases and one death.

July 9 - Health officials announced 36 new cases, however 10 additional cases originally tested out of province have been added to the total case count.

July 8 - The province reported 113 new cases and 17 additional recoveries. 

July 7 - The province added 53 new cases and one new death. Seven previously reported cases were removed and one case tested out of province has been added to the total case count.

July 6 - The province reported 14 new cases, one new death and 60 additional recoveries. 

July 5 - Provincial health officials reported 20 new infections of coronavirus and 56 additional recoveries. 

July 4 - There were 27 new COVID-19 infections reported, as well as 52 recoveries.

July 3 - The province reported 49 new cases and 33  recoveries. 

July 2 - The province reported 21 new infections and 36 recoveries.

July 1 - The province reported 34 new cases and 22 recoveries. 

June 30 - The province reported 31 new cases of COVID-19 and 60 additional recoveries.

June 29 - The province reported 52 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths and 54 recoveries. 

June 28 - Health officials announced 17 new cases and 98 recoveries. 

June 27 - There were 48 cases of COVID-19 reported.

June 26 - The province reported 61 new cases of COVID-19 and one death.

June 25 - The province reported 56 new cases and 52 recoveries. 

June 24 - The province reported 52 new cases and 55 additional recoveries. Additionally one case was added to the count after originally being deemed out-of-province.

June 23 - The province reported 32 new cases, one death and 64 additional recoveries. 

June 22 - The province reported 36 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 87 recoveries. Additionally, 21 previously reported cases were removed from the count after being deemed out-of-province residents. 

June 21 - The province added 48 new cases, two deaths and 79 recoveries. One additional case tested out of province was added to the case count.

June 20 - Health officials reported 60 new COVID-19 cases and one death.

June 19 - The province added 55 new cases of COVID-19 and 57 recoveries.

June 18 - The province reported 98 new cases of COVID-19 and an additional nine cases tested out of province have been included in the case total. One new death was also reported. 

June 17 - The province reported 94 new cases however, one additional case has been added to the provincial total. The case of an individual with COVID-19 has changed from fatal to resolved, resulting in the removal of a previously reported death.

June 16 - The province reported 74 new COVID-19 cases and an additional nine cases tested out of province have been added to the case count. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. Two new deaths were also reported.

June 15 - The province added 47 new cases, four deaths and 95 additional recoveries. 

June 14 - The province reported 55 new COVID-19 cases, one death and 89 new recoveries. 

June 13 - The province said 65 new cases of COVID-19 had been recorded, and one case that was tested outside Saskatchewan was added to the provincial total, for a total of 66.

June 12 - The province reported 106 new cases of COVID-19 and one death, though reported a daily change in total cases of 111 between Friday and Saturday as it added five cases from out of province.

June 11 - Health officials reported 81 new cases, one death and 98 recoveries from COVID-19. Fifteen additional cases tested out of province have also been added to the case total.

June 10 - The province reported 77 new COVID-19 cases, however one previously reported case was removed and 18 additional cases who tested out of province were added to the count. One new death was also announced. 

June 9 - Saskatchewan added 57 new cases, one death and 171 recoveries. 

June 8 - The province reported 90 new cases, two deaths and 177 new recoveries from COVID-19.

June 7 - The province reported 68 new cases, three deaths and 119 additional recoveries. 

June 6 - There were 73 additional cases of COVID-19 reported.

June 5 - The province added 99 new cases of COVID-19 and reported three more deaths.

June 4 - Provincial health officials announced 89 new cases and 111 recoveries. 

June 3 - The province reported 131 new cases, two deaths and 102 recoveries. Additionally two cases originally tested outside the province were added to the count.

June 2 - The province reported 130 new cases, one death and 116 recoveries.

June 1 - Health officials announced 86 new cases, one death and 181 recoveries. 

May 31 - The province reported 113 new infections, one death and 174 recoveries. 

May 29 - The province added another 171 COVID-19 infections to its tally and one reported one additional death.

May 28 - The province added 122 new cases, two deaths and 131 recoveries. 

May 27 - The province reported 118 new cases, six deaths and 216 recoveries. Additionally, 44 cases tested out of province have been added to the case count.

May 26 - The province reported 151 new cases, one death and 189 recoveries. Additionally, 30 cases tested out of province or in a private lab and have been added to the case count.

May 25 - The province added 111 new cases and 197 recoveries. 

May 24 - The province reported 103 new cases and one additional case tested out of province was added to the count.

May 22 - The province added 180 new cases, 184 recoveries and two deaths on Saturday.

May 21 - The province reported 173 new cases, however an additional nine cases tested out of province were added to the provincial total. Two new deaths were also announced. 

May 20 - The province reported 146 new cases and 147 additional recoveries. 

May 19 - The province added 141 new COVID-19 cases and 180 additional recoveries. 

May 18 - The province reported 129 new cases, three deaths and 269 recoveries. Additionally three cases tested out of province have been added to the case count.

May 17 - The province reported 178 new cases, two deaths and 293 recoveries.

May 16 - There were 167 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death reported.

May 15 - The province added 196 cases of COVID-19 and added eight cases that tested positive out of the province to its previous total.

May 14 - The province reported 227 new cases and two deaths. An additional six cases tested out of province were added to the case count.

May 13 - The province reported 223 new cases and five deaths. An additional 30 cases tested out of province have been added to the count. 

May 12 - The province recorded 183 new cases however, nine additional cases tested out of province have been added to the case count. Two new deaths and 238 recoveries were also reported. 

May 11 - The province reported 186 new cases, four deaths and 266 recoveries. Additionally, seven cases tested out of province have been added to the case total.

May 10 - The province recorded 147 new cases and 266 new recoveries. 

May 9 – The province announced 177 new cases on Sunday.

May 8 – The province announced 269 new cases and 215 recoveries.

May 7 - Health officials reported 295 new cases, however an additional 24 cases were added to the case count.

May 6 - Provincial health officials reported 156 new cases, however 17 additional cases tested out of province have been added to the case count.

May 5 - The province reported 196 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths.

May 4 - The province reported 189 new cases, two deaths and 291 recoveries. Additionally, 12 cases tested out-of-province have been added to the case total.

May 3 - The province reported 207 new cases, three deaths and 244 recoveries. 

May 2 - There were 238 new cases of COVID-19 and one related death reported, however the province's total number of cases increased by 239. No explanation was provided.

May 1 - The province added 262 new cases, three deaths and 233 more recoveries.

April 30 - Health officials announced 264 new cases, four deaths and 252 recoveries. Additionally, 10 cases tested out-of-province have been added. 

April 29 - Provincial health officials announced 205 new cases and one death. Additionally, five case tested out-of-province have been added to the case total. 

April 28 - An increase of 213 cases and four deaths were reported in Saskatchewan.

April 27 - The province recorded an increase of 224 cases, six deaths and 238 recoveries. 

April 26 - The province recorded 245 new infections, one death and 221 recoveries.

April 25 - Health officials reported 249 new cases, in addition to 146 new cases of variants of concern (VoC).

April 24 – The province added 291 new cases and two deaths. Saturday’s total includes five people who tested positive out of province.

April 23 - Provincial health officials announced 245 new cases, one death and 296 recoveries. Additionally, 10 case tested out-of-province have bee added to the case total.

April 22 - The province reported 254 new cases, one death and 299 recoveries. 

April 21 - The province reported 231 new cases and additionally one not previously reported case in Saskatoon was added to the case count.

April 20 - The province reported 249 new cases, however one case found to be out-of-province was removed and two additional cases were added. 

April 19 - The province reported 243 new cases. Three previously reported cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province; additionally one case was added to the case total.

April 18 - An additional 289 cases of COVID-19 were reported, however, the province's new total was only 296 higher than it had previously been. It was not immediately clear why.

April 17 - The province added 249 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths. The province said total active cases and recoveries plus are unavailable for Saturday due to a data reporting issue.

April 16 - The province added 221 new cases, two deaths and 225 recoveries. Additionally, 10 cases tested out-of-province have been added to the case total.

April 15 - The province reported 293 new cases, two deaths and 223 recoveries. Due to a data correction, one previously recorded case was removed and additionally seven cases were added to the provincial total.

April 14 - The province reported 193 new COVID-19 cases, one death and 222 recoveries.

April 13 - The province reported 288 new cases, two deaths and 280 recoveries. 

April 12 - The province reported 300 new cases and one death. Four cases found to be out-of-province were removed from the case total; additionally three previously not reported cases were added. 

April 11 – Health officials announced 321 new cases and one additional death. Three previously announced cases were removed from the total after being determined to be out-of-province residents. Four cases not previously announced were also added to its total.

April 10 – The province added 236 new cases on Saturday.

April 9 - The province reported 358 new cases, six deaths and 160 recoveries. Additionally 14 cases tested out-of-province have been added to the case total.

April 8 - The province added 205 new cases, two deaths and 200 additional recoveries. 

April 7 - The province reported 189 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 246 additional recoveries. Two Saskatchewan residents tested out-of-province were added to the case total.

April 6 - The province reported 217 new COVID-19 cases, three deaths and 221 additional recoveries. 

April 5 - The province reported 219 new infections, one death and 212 recoveries. 

April 4 - There were 221 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths reported.

April 3 – The province added 280 new cases. It also removed a death from its total.

April 2 - Saskatchewan saw an increase of 254 new cases, one death and 150 recoveries. 

April 1 - The province reported 199 new cases and 205 additional recoveries. 

March 31 - The province reported 191 new cases, two deaths and 176 additional recoveries. 

March 30 - The province added 164 new COVID-19 cases, one death and 201 recoveries. Two cases originally reported as out-of-province cases have been added to the provincial total. 

March 29 - The province reported 202 new cases and 174 additional recoveries. 

March 28 - The province added 248 more cases of COVID-19, as well as three deaths.

March 27 - The province added 224 new cases, including 85 variant infections.

March 26 - The province reported 213 new cases, eight deaths and 148 recoveries. 

March 25 - The province reported 168 new cases, two deaths and 105 additiona recoveries. Three previously reported cases were removed after being deemed duplicates. 

March 24 - The province reported 190 new cases, one death and 96 new recoveries. 

March 23 - The province reported 150 new cases of COVID-19, however one previously reported case was removed after being deemed an out-of-province case. One death and 152 recoveries were also announced. 

March 22 - The province reported 205 new cases of COVID-19 and 176 recoveries. 

March 21 - Another 178 cases of COVID-19 were reported, along with one death.

March 20 - The province added 200 new cases, and 108 recoveries.

March 19 - The province added 174 new cases, three deaths and 108 recoveries. 

March 18 - Health officials announced 115 new cases, one death and 96 recoveries. 

March 17 - Health officials reported 87 new cases of COVID-19, one death and 114 recoveries. 

March 16 - The province reported 156 new cases, two deaths and 161 recoveries. 

March 15 - The province reported 110 new cases of COVID-19 and 207 recoveries. Three previously reported cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province. 

March 14 - The province reported 98 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths.

March 13 - The province added 152 new cases.

March 12 - The province added 176 new cases, three deaths and 131 recoveries. 

March 11 - The province reported 165 new cases and 153 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after the patient was deeemed an out-of-province resident. 

March 10 - The province reported 111 new COVID-19 cases, one deaths and 140 recoveries. 

March 9 - The province reported 113 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one death and 160 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after the patient was deemed an out-of-province resident. 

March 8 - Health officials announced 97 new cases, one death and 151 additional recoveries. 

March 7 - The province added 116 more cases of COVID-19 to its tally and reported two additional deaths.

March 6 - The province reported 163 new cases and three deaths.

March 5 - The province reported 207 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 125 recoveries. Five cases tested out-of-province were Saskatchewan residents and have since been added to the case total. 

March 4 - The province reported 169 new cases, two deaths and 168 recoveries. Eight previously reported cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province residents. 

March 3 - The province reported 121 new cases, two deaths and 180 recoveries. 

March 2 - The province reported 134 new cases, two deaths and 194 recoveries. Three cases of Saskatchewan residents who tested positive out of province have been added to the provincial case count. 

March 1 - The province reported 154 new cases of COVID-19 and 146 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 28 - The province reported 141 new cases of COVID-19.

Feb. 27 - Saskatchewan reported five new COVID-19 deaths, 162 new cases and 119 recoveries.

Feb. 26 - The province reported 153 new COVID-19 cases.

Feb. 25 - The province reported 211 new COVID-19 cases, one death and 142 recoveries.

Feb. 24 - Saskatchewan reported 56 new COVID-19 cases, three deaths and 158 recoveries. One case originally considered to be an out-of-province resident has been added to the provincial case count. 

Feb. 23 - The province reported an increase of 122 cases, four deaths and 244 recoveries. 

Feb. 22 - Health officials reported 177 new cases and 195 additional recoveries.

Feb. 21 - The province tallied 182 new cases of COVID-19 and four related deaths.

Feb. 20 - The province reported 193 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths.

Feb. 19 - The province reported 146 new cases, 77 recoveries and three new deaths.

Feb. 18 - The province reported 146 new cases of COVID-19 and 171 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 17 - Saskatchewan saw an increase of 124 cases, five deaths and 189 recoveries. 

Feb. 16 - The province reported 136 new cases, three deaths and 529 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 15 - The province reported an increase of 143 new COVID-19 cases

Feb. 14 - Health officials reported 161 new COVID-19 cases and 247 recoveries.

Feb. 13 - The province reported 244 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths on Saturday.

Feb. 12 - The province reported 195 new cases of COVID-19, two deaths and 221 additional recoveries. Seven previously reported cases were removed after being deemed non-resident cases.

Feb. 11 - The province reported 114 new cases of COVID-19 and 147 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 10 - The province reported 180 new cases, two deaths and 245 additional recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed a duplicate and 10 cases of Saskatchewan residents tested out-of-province have been added to the case count.

Feb. 9 - The province reported 80 new cases, five deaths and 253 recoveries. 

Feb. 8 - The province reported 171 new cases, two deaths and 328 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 7 - There were an additional 194 cases of COVID-19 reported, along with three more deaths.

Feb. 6 - The province reported 264 new cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths.

Feb. 5 - The province reported 269 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths.

Feb. 4 - The province reported 250 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths.

Feb. 3 - The province saw an increase of 194 new cases, eight deaths and 252 recoveries. 

Feb. 2 - The province reported 223 new cases, 266 recoveires and eight deaths.

Feb. 1 - The province reported 147 new cases, two deaths and 310 new recoveries. 

Jan. 31 - There were 238 new cases of COVID-19 reported, along with four deaths.

Jan. 30 - The province added 258 cases, eight deaths and 228 recoveries.

Jan. 29 - The province reported 328 new cases, 300 recoveries and seven new deaths.

Jan. 28 - The province reported an increase of 244 cases, 11 deaths and 282 recoveries. 

Jan. 27 - The province reported 149 new cases, six deaths and 264 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed to be an out-of-province resident. 

Jan. 26 - The province reported 232 new cases, 14 deaths and 839 additional recoveries. Two previously reported cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province residents. 

Jan. 25 - Health officials reported 240 new cases, 217 recoveries and one new death. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed to be an out-of-province resident. 

Jan. 24. - The province reported 260 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths.

Jan. 23 - The province recorded 274 new COVID-19 cases and 3 deaths.

Jan. 22 - The province reported 312 new cases, however seven previously reported cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province residents. Six new deaths were also reported. 

Jan. 21 - The province reported 227 new cases, 816 recoveries and 13 additional deaths. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

Jan. 20 - The province reported 234 new cases, 694 recoveries and four new deaths. Seven Saskatchewan residents tested positive outside of the province and have been added to the provincial case total. Three previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

Jan. 19 - The province reported 309 cases, 412 recoveries and six deaths.

Jan. 18 - The province saw an increase of 290 cases, four deaths and 142 recoveries. 

Jan. 17 - The province added 287 new COVID-19 cases and three deaths.

Jan. 16 - The province reported 270 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths on Saturday.

Jan. 15 - The province reported 382 new cases, four deaths and 231 new recoveries. Four cases tested out of province were found to be Saskatchewan residents and were added to the provincial total. 

Jan. 14 - The province reported 312 new cases of COVID-19 and 201 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 13 - The province reported 247 new cases, two deaths and 249 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 12 - The province reported 248 new cases, five deaths and 266 recoveries. 

Jan. 11 - The province reported an increase of 412 COVID-19 cases, 162 recoveries and eight deaths. 

Jan. 10 - The province reported 307 new cases of COVID-19. Due to a staffing issue, the complete statistics, including recoveries, will be delayed until Monday.

Jan. 9 - The province reported 332 new cases and seven more deaths due to COVID-19.

Jan. 8 - The province reported 336 new cases and seven more deaths due to COVID-19.

Jan. 7 - The province added 334 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths related to the virus on Thursday.

Jan. 6 - The province reported 277 new cases, nine deaths and 439 recoveries. Seven cases were reassigned to the provincial total after originally being deemed out-of-province.

Jan. 5 - The province reported 153 new COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths.

Jan. 4 - The province reported 286 new cases and two new deaths. Two previously reported cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province cases.

Jan. 3 -- The province reported 238 new cases of COVID-19.

Jan. 2 - Saskatchewan reported 485 new COVID-19 cases over the past two days, along with three new deaths.

Dec. 31 – The province recorded 190 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, along with 439 recoveries and one death.

Dec. 30 – The province recorded 147 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, in addition to three deaths and 378 recoveries. Health officials noted that nine previously reported cases were found to be out-of-province residents and have been removed from the counts.

Dec. 29 – The province announced 208 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths and 405 recoveries. Of the new cases, 94 were logged on Dec. 28 and 114 were added on Dec. 29.

Dec. 27 – The province added 559 new cases, seven deaths and 500 recoveries over the past three days.

Dec. 24 – The province announced 154 new cases, four deaths and 655 recoveries.

Dec. 23 – – The province added 159 new cases, five deaths and 249 recoveries.

Dec. 22 - The province recorded 181 new cases and three more deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Dec. 21 - The province reported 206 new cases, four deaths and 92 recoveries.

Dec. 20 – The province added 226 new cases, 105 recoveries and three deaths.

Dec. 19 – The province added 252 new cases, eight deaths and 218 recoveries.

Dec. 18 - The province reported 245 new infections, two deaths and 485 recoveries.

Dec. 17 – The province added 238 new cases, seven deaths and 466 recoveries.

Dec. 16 - The province added 169 new cases and 154 recoveries. Seven previously reported case were removed after being deemed to be out-of-province residents. 

Dec. 15 - The province added 194 new cases, seven deaths and 363 recoveries. 

Dec. 14 - The province reported 269 new cases, two deaths and 73 new recoveries.Two cases were removed after being deemed out-of-province.

Dec. 13 – Health officials announced 222 new cases, three deaths and 128 recoveries.

Dec. 12 – The province added 274 new cases, 11 deaths and 713 recoveries.

Dec. 11 - The province added 246 new COVID-19 cases and 387 additional recoveries. Six residents who tested postive out of province were also added to Saskatchewan's total.

Dec. 10 – The province added 324 new cases four deaths and 22 recoveries.

Dec. 9 The province added 302 new cases, 253 recoveries and five deaths.

Dec. 8 - The province reported 183 new cases, six deaths and 279 new recoveries. 

Dec. 7 - Health officials annouced 274 new cases, one death and 59 additional recoveries. One case was removed after being deemed linked to a non-Saskatchewan resident.

Dec. 6 – The province added 415 new cases, four deaths and 46 recoveries. The numbers include a data correction from Saturday. In addition to the data correction, 11 previously announced cases were removed as they were deemed to be from out of province, and five residents who tested positive from out of province were added to the overall total.

Dec. 5 – The province added 203 new cases and 128 recoveries.

Dec. 4 – The province added 283 new cases, one death and 183 recoveries.

Dec. 3 – The province added 262 new cases, which includes three residents who tested positive out of the province. One death and 214 recoveries were also announced.

Dec. 2 - The province added 238 new cases and two new deaths.

Dec. 1 - The province reported 181 new cases and four deaths.

Nov. 30 - The province reported 325 new cases and two new deaths.

Nov. 29 – The province added 351 new cases and 68 recoveries.

Nov. 28 – The province added 197 new cases, one death and 137 recoveries.

Nov. 27 - The province reported 329 new cases, four deaths and 208 recoveries.

Nov. 26 – The province added 299 new cases, three deaths and 178 recoveries.

Nov. 25 - The province reported 164 new cases and 79 new recoveries. 

Nov. 24 - Health officials announced 175 new cases and 112 recoveries. 

Nov. 23 - The province added 235 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four new deaths and 50 recoveries.

Nov. 22 – The province added 236 new cases and 90 recoveries.

Nov. 21 – The province added 439 new cases and 41 recoveries. Six previously announced cases were removed from the provincial total.

Nov. 20 - The province reported 153 new cases and one new death.

Nov. 19 - The province added 98 new cases and 131 additional recoveries.

Nov. 18 - The province reported 132 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

Nov. 17 - Health officials reported 240 new cases and 113 additional recoveries.

Nov. 16 - The province added 181 new infections and 60 recoveries. 

Nov. 15 -- The province passed 5,000 total cases of COVID-19 thanks to 181 new infections, and reported two additional deaths.

Nov. 14 - Saskatchewan shattered its previous daily record and reported 308 new COVID-19 cases.

Nov. 13 - The province reported 81 new cases of COVID-19 and 108 recoveries. One case was removed after being determined to be a duplicate and four cases were removed after being linked to non-Saskatchewan residents.

Nov. 12 - The province reported 111 new COVID-19 cases and 15 additional recoveries.

Nov. 11 - The province added 112 new COVID-19 cases and 54 new recoveries.

Nov. 10 - Health officials announced 127 new COVID-19 cases and 111 recoveries. 

Nov. 9 - Health officials reported 190 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one death and 22 recoveries. This marks the highest single-day increase in the province, surpassing the previous record of 159 cases reported on Nov. 8.

Nov. 8 – The province added 159 new cases, 21 recoveries and one death.

Nov. 7 - The province announced 116 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths.

Nov. 6 - The province reported 87 new COVID-19 cases and 53 new recoveries. Of the 87 new cases, nine are from Nov. 2.

Nov. 5 - The province reported 129 new COVID-19 cases and 50 additional recoveries. One case has been removed after being deemed linked to a resident from out of province.

Nov. 4 - The province reported 37 new COVID-19 cases and 78 additional recoveries. Health officials said due to laboratory technical issues lower case numbers are anticipated. Two previously announced cases were removed after they were deemed to be from out of province.

Nov. 3 - There were 81 new infections announced, one less than the province's single-day record, which was set last week.

Nov. 2 - The province reported 74 new cases of COVID-19 and 14 new recoveries.

Nov. 1 – Health officials added 74 new cases and 15 recoveries.

Oct. 31 – The province announced 78 new cases and 81 recoveries.

Oct. 30 - The province reported another 76 cases and 41 recoveries.

Oct. 29 - The province reported 82 new COVID-19 cases, setting another single-day high.

Oct. 28 - Health officials announced 67 new COVID-19 cases and 53 additional recoveries.

Oct. 27 - Health officials reported 58 new cases of COVID-19 and an additional 56 recoveries. 

Oct. 26 - The province reported 54 new COVID-19 cases and and an increase of 23 recoveries.

Oct. 25Sixty new cases and 15 recoveries were announced Sunday.

Oct. 24 – Health officials announced 78 new cases and 15 recoveries.

Oct. 23 – Health officials announced 33 new cases and 31 recoveries.

Oct. 22 – The province announced 60 new cases and 22 recoveries.The province included two cases to its total that were registered out of province.

Oct. 21 - Health officials announced 57 new COVID-19 cases and 15 additional recoveries.

Oct. 20 - The province reported 44 new COVID-19 cases as well as 14 recoveries.

Oct. 19 - Health officials announced 66 new COVID-19 cases as well as 10 new recoveries.

Oct. 18 – Health officials announced 24 new cases and 15 recoveries.

Oct. 17 – Health officials announced 36 new cases and 11 recoveries.

Oct. 16Forty new cases and 10 recoveries were announced on Friday. Two previously announced cases were removed after they were determined to be from out of province.

Oct. 15 – Health officials announced 33 new cases and 16 recoveries.

Oct. 14 – The province added 25 new cases and nine recoveries.

Oct. 13 - The province added 34 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 11 new recoveries.

Oct. 12 - The province reported an increase of 48 COVID-19 cases and 12 new recoveries. 

Oct. 11 – The province announced 24 new cases, one death and five recoveries.

Oct. 10 – The province announced 34 new cases and 12 recoveries.

Oct. 9 - The province reported 22 new cases and no new deaths.

Oct. 8 - The province added 18 new cases and no new deaths.

Oct. 7 - Health officials announced 10 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional recoveries.

Oct. 6 - The province reported an increase of 16 new COVID-19 cases as well as 20 new recoveries.

Oct. 5 - Health officials reported nine new cases of COVID-19 and 19 additional recoveries.

Oct. 4 – Health officials announced five new cases.

Oct. 3Fourteen new cases and 13 recoveries were announced on Saturday.

Oct. 2Thirteen new cases and 10 recoveries were announced.

Oct. 1 – The province announced 14 new cases and nine recoveries.

Sept. 30 - Health officials reported an additional 14 cases of COVID-19 and 13 new recoveries.

Sept. 29 - The province added seven new cases of COVID-19 and 18 recoveries.

Sept. 28 - Health officials reported 14 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional recoveries.

Sept. 27 – The province announced 15 new cases and five recoveries.

Sept. 26Nineteen new cases and six recoveries. Two previously announced cases were removed after they were deemed to be from out of province.

Sept. 25 - The province added 11 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 18 new recoveries.

Sept. 24 – There are five new COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan, the province reported on Thursday.

Sept. 23 - The province added six new cases of COVID-19 as well 19 new recoveries.

Sept. 22 - The province reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional recoveries.

Sept. 21 - Health officials announced seven new COVID-19 cases as well as two additional recoveries.

Sept. 20Twenty new cases and one recovery were reported on Sunday.

Sept. 19 – The province announced 11 new cases and three recoveries.

Sept. 18 – The province announced 19 new cases and 15 recoveries.

Sept. 17 - The province announced seven new cases and four recoveries. A previously announced case was removed as the person was from out of province.

Sept. 16 - The province reported 10 new COVID-19 cases and four additional recoveries.

Sept. 15 - The province added 10 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 new recoveries. 

Sept. 14 - The province added eight new COVID-19 cases on Monday, while three cases announced in the previous week have been removed bringing the province total to 1731. 

Sept. 13 -- The province reported 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. According to health officials, six of the 14 cases found in the Saskatoon area are connected to a private gathering.

Sept. 12 -- Saskatchewan reported 21 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases above 1,700.

Sept. 11 -- The province reported 13 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, along with five new recoveries.

Sept. 10 – The province announced six new cases and six recoveries.

Sept. 9 - One new case of COVID-19 was added to the province total on Wednesday.

Sept. 8 - The province added seven new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday.

Sept. 7 - The province added 11 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional recovery.

Sept. 6 – The province announced eight new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.

Sept. 5 – The province announced five new cases and one recovery.

Sept. 4 – The province added four new cases and four recoveries.

Sept. 3 – Health officials announced 10 new cases and three recoveries.

Sept. 2 - The province added two new cases of COVID-19 and four additional recoveries.

Sept. 1 - Health officials announced three new cases of COVID-19 and six new recoveries.

Aug. 31 - Health officials announced four new COVID-19 cases and 12 new recoveries.

Aug. 29 – The province added four new cases and five recoveries.

Aug. 28 – The province announced two new cases and 16 recoveries.

Aug. 27 Five new cases and seven recoveries were announced on Thursday.

Aug. 26Three new cases, one death and 30 recoveries were announced on Wednesday.

Aug. 24 - The province added three new COVID-19 cases and 10 new recoveries. 

Aug. 23 - The province recorded three new COVID-19 cases and 14 new recoveries.

Aug. 22 - Another two cases of COVID-19 were reported in Saskatchewan, along with 19 more recoveries.

Aug. 21 – The province announced six new cases and 20 recoveries. A previously announced case has been removed because the person was deemed to be from out of province.

Aug. 20 – The province announced four new cases and nine recoveries.

Aug. 19 - Health officials announced four new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional recoveries.

Aug. 18 - Saskatchewan added one new case of COVID-19 and 16 additional recoveries. . 

Aug. 17 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19 and 22 additional recoveries.

Aug. 16 Health officials announced 15 new cases, one death and nine recoveries. A previously announced case was removed after it was determined the person was from out of province.

Aug. 15 - The province reported 25 new COVID-19 cases, one new death and nine new recoveries. 

Aug. 14 – Health officials announced 30 new cases and 22 recoveries.

Aug. 13 – Health officials announced 27 new cases and 11 new recoveries.

Aug. 12 - Saskatchewan recorded five new cases of COVID-19 and 20 new recoveries. 

Aug. 11 - The province reported 29 new cases of COVID-19. Health officials say 11 of the new cases are from a communal living area outside Saskatoon.

Aug. 10 - The province added five new cases of COVID-19 and eight new recoveries. 

Aug. 9 – The province announced 15 new cases and 12 recoveries on Sunday. Health officials also removed three previously announced cases from its total as they were from out of province.

Aug. 8 – Health officials announced 24 new cases and 24 recoveries on Saturday.

Aug. 7 – Health officials announced 22 new cases, one death and 57 recoveries.

Aug. 6Eleven new cases, 31 recoveries and one death was reported on Thursday.

Aug. 5 - The province added eight new COVID-19 cases as well as 36 new recoveries. 

Aug. 4 - The province recorded nine new cases of COVID-19 and eight new recoveries. 

Aug. 3 - Health officials announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 and 19 new recoveries.

Aug. 2 – The province added eight new cases and 16 recoveries.

Aug. 1 – The province announced 15 new cases and 46 recoveries.

July 31 – The province added 14 new cases and 24 recoveries. A previously announced case was removed after it was determined the person was from out of province.

July 30 – The province announced 38 new cases and one new death.

July 29 - Saskatchewan recored 50 new cases of COVID-19 and 22 additional recoveries. 

July 28 - Health officials announced nine new COVID-19 cases, one new death and 21 additional recoveries. 

July 27 - The province added 31 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 13 additional recoveries. 

July 26 -- Saskatchewan reported 42 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total to 1,178 cases.

July 25 - The province added 37 new COVID-19 cases and 14 additional recoveries. 

July 24 - Saskatchewan health officials confirmed 27 new cases of COVID-19. No new deaths were reported.

July 23 - Saskatchewan's sharp rise in COVID-19 cases continued as health officials reported 42 new cases and one new death in the province.

July 22 - Saskatchewan confirmed 60 new cases of COVID-19, the province's highest daily increase since the pandemic began. Most of the new cases are linked to Hutterite communities currently experiencing outbreaks.

July 21 - Health officials reported eight new cases of COVID-19 found in the province as well as 11 new recoveries. 

July 20 - The province added 19 new cases of COVID-19 and three new recoveries on Monday. 

July 19 -- Saskatchewan reported five new cases of COVID-19 and said three previous cases are now confirmed negative, for a net increase of two.

July 18 -- The Government of Saskatchewan reported six new cases, bringing the provincial total to 941.

July 17 – Health officials announced 13 new cases and amended its recoveries.

July 16 – The province announced 42 new cases, it’s biggest daily increase since the pandemic started. They also announced five recoveries.

July 15 - Saskatchewan reported five new cases of COVID-19 and six additional recoveries. 

July 14 - Health officials reported five new cases of COVID-19 along with 19 new recoveries.

July 13 - The province announced 56 new cases of COVID-19 found over the past three days. Health officials also reported nine additional recoveries. 

July 10 Two new cases and seven recoveries were announced on Friday.

July 9Five new cases and four recoveries were announced on Thursday.

July 8 - Saskatchewan added two new cases of COVID-19 and nine more recoveries. 

July 7 - The province added one new cases of COVID-19, one death and five more recoveries. 

July 6 - The province announced nine new cases of COVID-19 that were found within the past three days. Health officials reported 21 new recoveries as well.  

July 3 – Saskatchewan reported one new COVID-19 case on Friday, bringing the provincial total to 796.

July 2Ten new cases, 17 recoveries and one new death was announced.

June 30 – The province reported six new cases of COVID-19 and five new recoveries.  

June 29 – The province announced one new case of COVID-19 and 18 new recoveries. 

June 28 – The province added one new case of COVID-19.

June 27 –  Six new cases and seven recoveries were announced on Saturday. Health officials also indicated that a total of 10 previously announced cases have been removed from their count as they were from out of province.

June 26 – The province announced 13 new cases and six recoveries.

June 25 – The province announced three cases and five recoveries. One previously announced case was removed.

June 24 – Saskatchewan added four new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. One new recovery was also announced.  

June 23 – The province announced 11 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the total amount of cases to 753 with the subtraction of nine out-of-province cases. 

June 22 - The province confirmed five new cases of COVID-19 Monday and no new recoveries, putting the province's total number of active cases at 95.

June 21 Twenty new cases and four recoveries were reported on Sunday.

June 20 – The province announced 10 new cases and three recoveries. Health officials removed a previous case announced on June 16 from its total as it involved someone who was from out of province.

June 19Eight new cases were announced in the province.

June 18 – Fifteen new cases were announced, along with three recoveries.

June 17 – Health officials announced the addition of nine new cases of coronavirus and one new recovery. 

June 16 – The province reported one new case of COVID-19 as well as two more recoveries. 

June 15 – The province announced 18 new cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery. 

June 14One new case was confirmed in the province on Sunday.

June 13 One new case of COVID-19 was announced on Saturday.

June 12 – Health officials announced three new cases and one recovery.

June 11 – Health officials announce two new cases and two recoveries.

June 10 – Health officials announced two new cases of the novel coronavirus.

June 9 – The province announced two new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths or recoveries. 

June 8 – The province announced four new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths. One recovery was also reported on Monday. 

June 7 – The province announced 12 recoveries on Sunday.

June 6 – The province added one new case of COVID-19 on Saturday.

June 5 -- The province adds one new case of COVID-19, along with three recoveries. 

June 4 -- The province adds one new case of COVID-19, along with six recoveries. 

June 3 -- The province adds one new case of COVID-19.

June 1 -- The province adds one new case of COVID-19, as well as six recoveries.

*Health officials in Saskatchewan say the provincial total remains at 646 cases because a retest confirmed a previously reported case as negative. That case was reported in Regina on May 27.

May 31 -- The province recorded one new case of COVID-19, as well as one death and two recoveries.
 
May 30 -- The province adds two new cases of COVID-19, as well as ten recoveries..
 
May 29 -- The province adds two new active cases of COVID-19, as well as two recoveries.
 
May 28 -- The province adds two new active cases of COVID-19, as well as nine recoveries.
 
May 27 -- The province adds three new active cases of COVID-19, as well as two deaths.
 
May 26 -- Health officials report no new active cases of COVID-19, but one death in the province.
 
May 25 -- The province of Saskatchewan is reporting two new COVID-19 cases and eight new recoveries on Monday.
 
May 24 – Saskatchewan reported two new cases of COVID-19 and three recoveries. 
 
May 23 – The province announced three more cases and 14 recoveries on Saturday.
 
May 22 -- Saskatchewan adds five new active cases of COVID-19, along with 12 recoveries.  
 
May 21 -- The province announces two new cases of COVID-19, and 15 recoveries. 

May 20 -- Saskatchewan announced a seventh death related to COVID-19 on Wednesday, along with 21 new cases.

May 19 -- The province announces seven new cases of COVID-19, and 15 recoveries. 

May 17 – Saskatchewan reported one new case of COVID-19, and 11 new recoveries. 

May 16 -- The province reported one new confirmed case of COVID-19 and 25 recoveries.

May 15 -- The province announced eight new cases of COVID-19, and 10 recoveries. 

May 14 -- The province announced five new cases of COVID-19, and 13 recoveries. 

May 13 -- The province announced four new cases of COVID-19.

May 12 -- The province announced five new cases of COVID-19.

May 11 – The province of Saskatchewan is reporting four new COVID-19 cases and 14 recoveries.

May 10 – The province announce 11 new cases and nine recoveries on Sunday.

May 9 – The province announced nine new cases on Saturday, along with five recoveries.

May 8 – The province of Saskatchewan says there are 13 new COVID-19 cases.

May 7 – The province reports 19 new cases of COVID-19, along with 17 recoveries.

May 6 – Saskatchewan has surpassed 500 COVID-19 cases after announcing 25 new cases on Wednesday.

May 5 – Saskatchewan announces 20 new active cases of COVID-19 in the province. 

May 4 – The province of Saskatchewan reported 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. This is Saskatchewan’s largest single-day increase to date.

May 3 – The province added 12 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths, and three additional recoveries on Sunday.

May 2 – The province announced 6 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.

May 1 – Saskatchewan records 26 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the provincial total above 400.

April 30 – There are six new COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan and four new recoveries, the province announced Thursday.

April 29 – Saskatchewan announced 17 new cases and one new death on Wednesday.

April 28One new COVID-19 case has been reported in Saskatchewan, with three more cases having recovered from the virus.

April 27 – Saskatchewan reported one new death and 12 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, 11 of which are located in the province's far north.

April 26 – The province added four new COVID-19 cases on Sunday.

April 25 – The province announced eight new cases of COVID-19 and eight new recoveries on Saturday.

April 24 – The province is reporting 10 new cases and 10 new recoveries Friday.

April 23 – Saskatchewan is reporting five new COVID-19 cases and nine new recoveries as of Thursday.

April 22 – The province of Saskatchewan announced six new COVID-19 cases and nine new recoveries on Wednesday.

April 21 – The province of Saskatchewan is reporting four new COVID-19 cases and 14 more recoveries as of Tuesday.

April 20 – Saskatchewan has announced one new case of COVID-19 on Monday. Four new recoveries have been reported as well.

April 19 – Health officials announced two new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.

April 18 – The province announced six new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday and six new recoveries.

April 17 – Saskatchewan is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the province's total number of cases to 307. One of the new cases is confirmed and the other is presumptive positive.

April 16 – For the second time this week, the province of Saskatchewan is only reporting one new COVID-19 case. The province is also reporting 14 new recoveries.

April 15 Three new cases reported on Wednesday bring Saskatchewan's number of cases to 304. Eighteen more people have recovered from the virus.

April 14 – Saskatchewan has one new COVID-19 case and nine new reported recoveries.

April 13 – The province is reporting two new cases and 14 recoveries on Monday.

April 12 – The province announced nine new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday and 17 new recoveries.

April 11 – The province announced four new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. The province also announced 11 new recoveries.

April 10 – Health officials announced seven new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total in the province to 285. The province also announced 21 new recoveries.

April 9 – The province is reporting seven new cases of COVID-19 as well as 12 new recoveries.

April 8 – Saskatchewan has announced 11 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, along with 15 new recoveries.

April 7 – Saskatchewan has recorded seven new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 260. Seven more people have recovered from the virus.

April 6 – There are four new COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan, the province announced on Monday. The province also said there are 14 new recoveries.

April 5 – The province announced 18 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, along side 12 new recoveries. Among the new cases, four people are in hospital, including one person who is in the intensive care unit.

April 4 – The province announced 11 new COVID-19 cases and seven recoveries.Total cases now sit at 231.

April 3– Saskatchewan has another 14 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the province's total to 220 cases on Friday.

April 2 – The province of Saskatchewan says there are 13 new COVID-19 cases as of Thursday.

April 1 – The province of Saskatchewan announced its third death related to COVID-19 on Wednesday. In addition the province has announced nine new cases, bringing the total cases in Saskatchewan to 193. Nine more people have recovered.

March 31 – The province of Saskatchewan is reporting eight new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, bringing the province's total to 184.

March 30 – The province has reported its first two deaths related to COVID-19, as well as 20 new cases.

March 29 – The province announced 22 new cases of the virus. Two of those patients are in hospital in intensive care. Four new recoveries were also reported.

March 28 – In the biggest single day jump to date, the province announced 30 new cases on Saturday. The province said that 19 of the cases are tied to a snowmobile rally.

March 27 – The Government of Saskatchewan has confirmed nine new cases of COVID-19 in the province, bringing the total to 104.

March 26 – The province of Saskatchewan is reporting nine new confirmed COVID-19 cases and three recovered cases. The provincial total is now at 95 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.

March 25 – Saskatchewan has announced 14 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the provincial total to 86.

March 24 – Saskatchewan has six new confirmed cases of COVID-19, which brings the province's total to 72.

March 23 – The province has confirmed 14 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the total reported cases to 66.

March 22Health officials in Saskatchewan announced eight new cases of COVID-19 in the province. The total number of cases in the province is now 52.

March 21 – The province announced 17 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and one presumptive case. The total number of cases sits at 44. Officials said 65 per cent of cases are men, while 35 per cent are women.

March 20 – Mandatory self-isolation following international travel is now law in Saskatchewan after the announcement of six more COVID-19 cases on Friday.

March 19 – There are four new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan.

March 18 – Saskatchewan announced eight more presumptive cases, doubling their case total to 16.

March 17 – Saskatchewan health officials announced an eighth case of COVID-19 in a Regina resident in their 50s, who recently travelled to Vancouver.

March 16 – The seventh case was announced by Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer as a person who recently returned from Arizona.

March 14Four new presumptive positive cases were confirmed in a press release. Of the four cases, three were recorded in Regina while the fourth was identified in northern Saskatchewan.

Two of the presumptive cases are two people in their 40s living in the same household in Regina. One recently travelled to Vancouver for a dental conference where one of the attendees was confirmed to have COVID-19.

The third person tested in Regina is in their 20s and has a history of travel to Tennessee. They are also self-isolating.

The fourth case from Northern Saskatchewan is a health care worker in their 30s, with a history of travel to Nigeria and Germany, as well as Alberta.

March 13The second presumptive case is a person in their 60s who recently visited Oregon, who is isolating at home.

March 12 – Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Health announced the province’s first presumptive case of COVID-19 involving a woman in her 60s who recently travelled to Egypt.

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July 30 - Manitoba reported 46 new cases and one new death. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

July 29 - Health officials announced 47 new cases and two deaths. One previously reported death was removed due to a data correction.

July 28 - The province added 26 new cases, three deaths and 24 recoveries. 

July 27 - Health officials announced 23 new cases, however three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 26 - Provincial health officials reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 and 37 recoveries. 

July 25 - The province reported 30 new cases of COVID-19, however only 29 infections were added to the total on the government's dashboard. No explanation was provided.

July 24 - The province added 62 new cases of COVID-19 and one death.

July 23 - The province reported 41 new infections and three additional deaths. Four previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 22 - The province reported 56 new infections and one new death. Three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 21 - Health officials announced 44 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. Due to a data correction 11 previously reported cases were removed from the case count.

July 20 - The province added 36 new cases, however four previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

July 19 - Health officials announced 37 new infections, however four previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. Over the weekend, the province added a total of 143 new cases.

July 18 - Forty-four new COVID-19 infections were reported in the province, however the total number of cases on the province's dashboard only increased by 42. No explanation was provided.

July 17 - The province reported 62 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths.

July 16 - Provincial health officials announced 37 new cases, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 15 - Health officials announced 42 new infections, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

July 14 - The province reported 53 new cases, however nine previously added cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 13 - The province reported 25 new cases and one death. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 12 - The province reported 31 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one new death.

July 11 – The province added 63 new cases and one death.

July 10 - The province added 87 new cases and no new deaths. 

July 9 - The province reported 74 new cases and three new deaths. Two previously reported cases were re moved due to a data correction.

July 8 - The province reported 86 new cases and three deaths. Five previously reported cases were removed due to data corrections.

July 7 - Health officials reported 71 new infections, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. Two new deaths were also announced.

July 6 - Manitoba reported 36 new cases and one additional death. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 5 - The province reported 65 new cases and one new death. Over the past three days 177 new cases and four deaths were reported. 

July 4 - The province reported 64 new cases of COVID-19, along with two additional deaths.

July 3 - The province reported 48 new cases and one additional death.

July 2 - Health officials announced 54 new cases and seven deaths. On July 1 the province added 91 cases, for a total of 145 cases reported in the last two days. One previously reported death was also removed.

June 30 - The province reported 70 new cases, two deaths and 81 recoveries. 

June 29 - Manitoba added 61 new infections and 107 additional recoveries.

June 28 - The province added 61 new infections and 87 recoveries. 

June 27 - The province reported 97 new COVID-19 infections and the death of a female patient under the age of 10. One case was removed from the province's total due to a data error.

June 26 - Manitoba added 106 new cases of COVID-19 but removed four previous cases due to a data correction.

June 25 - The province reported 85 new infections and one new death linked to the Alpha variant. Additionally one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

June 24 - The province reported 106 new cases and two deaths. 

June 23 - Health officials announced 123 new cases and three deaths. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

June 22 - The province reported 69 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths. Seven previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

June 21 - The province reported 74 new COVID-19 cases, one new death and 164 additional recoveries.

June 20 - Health officials reported 93 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths.

June 19 - The province added 151 new cases of COVID-19 but removed 11 due to a data correction.

June 18 - The province reported 189 new cases. Six previously reported cases and one death were removed due to a data correction. 

June 17 - Manitoba added 183 new cases and one death. Seven previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

June 16 - The province reported 144 new cases of COVID-19, however one case was removed due to a data correction. Seven deaths were also reported. 

June 15 - Health officials announced 116 new infections and two deaths. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

June 14 - Provincial health officials announced 124 new cases, two deaths and 316 recoveries. 

June 13 - The province reported 194 new cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths.

June 12 - The province added 294 new cases of COVID-19 and five deaths.

June 11 - The province announced 223 new cases, two deaths and 330 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

June 10 - Provincial health officials announced 251 new cases and six deaths. Four previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

June 9 - The province added 250 new cases, two deaths and 298 recoveries. 

June 8 - Manitoba reported 237 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths. Three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

June 7 - Manitoba added 169 new cases and two deaths. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

June 6 - The province added 221 new cases of COVID-19 to its total, as well as three more deaths. One previously reported case was removed, leaving a net increase of 220.

June 5 - The province added 276 new cases of COVID-19 and removed six previous cases.

June 4 - Manitoba added 329 new cases, however three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. Four new deaths were also reported. 

June 3 - The province added 360 new infections and five deaths. Additionally, five previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

June 2 - Manitoba added 267 new infections, however three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. Six new deaths were also reported. 

June 1 - The province added 232 new cases and three deaths. Six previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

May 31 - The province reported 303 new cases and one death. Due to technical issues, health officials are reporting an undercount of the actual case numbers on Monday. 

May 30 - Seven deaths were recorded, the highest one-day total in over two months, as well as 292 new COVID-19 infections. One previous case was removed due to a data error, leaving a net increase of 291.

May 29 – The province added 357 new cases and three deaths. Two previously announced cases were removed in a data correction.

May 28 - Health officials announced 497 new cases, however four cases and one death were removed due to a data correction.

May 27 - The province reported 297 new cases, eight deaths and 441 recoveries.

May 26 - The province reported 312 new cases and one new death. Two previously reported cases and one death were removed from the case count.

May 25 - The province reported 259 new cases, two deaths and 373 recoveries. 

May 24 - The province reported 353 new cases and four deaths. 

May 23 – Health officials announced 461 new cases and one death.

May 22 - The province added 476 new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths on Saturday.

May 21 - Health officials announced 594 new cases, three deaths and 389 recoveries. 

May 20 - The province reported it’s highest single-day spike in cases with 603 new cases reported on Thursday.

May 19 - Manitoba reported 402 new cases, however one case was removed due to a data correction. Four additional deaths were also announced. 

May 18 - The province reported 335 new cases and one additional death.

May 17 - Manitoba recorded 430 new cases, one death and 301 recoveries. 

May 16 - The province reported 534 new cases of COVID-19 and removed two previous cases due to data errors, leaving a net increase of 532 cases.

May 15 - The province reported 430 new cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths.

May 14 - Nearly 500 cases were reported in the province as Manitoba added 491 new infections. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

May 13 - Manitoba reported 560 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths. Three previously announced cases and one death were removed due to a data correction. 

May 12 - The province reported 364 new cases and three new deaths, bringing the total death count in the province to 1,000. 

May 11 - Manitoba recorded 329 new cases, however one case was removed due to a data correction.

May 10 - The province reported 502 new cases, however four previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. Four new deaths were also reported. 

May 9 – The province announced 532 new cases and three deaths. Three previously announced cases were removed due to a data correction.

May 8 – Health officials announced 488 new cases and three deaths. Three previously announced cases were removed.

May 7 - The province reported 502 new cases, however four cases were removed due to a data correction.

May 6 - The province added 363 new cases and four additional deaths. Six previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

May 5 - Manitoba added 272 new infections of COVID-19, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. Two deaths were also reported. 

May 4 - The province added 291 new cases and one death. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

May 3 - The province reported 251 new cases and one death linked to the B.1.1.7 variant. Additionally, one case has been removed due to a data correction. 

May 2 - The province added 281 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths, however two previous cases were removed from the total, for a net increase of 279 cases.

May 1 - Health officials reported 266 new cases and two deaths.

April 30 - The province reported 295 new infections, however five previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. One new death was also reported. 

April 29 - The province reported 230 new cases, however two cases were removed due to a data correction. Two new deaths were also announced. 

April 28 - The province reported 189 new cases and three deaths. Three previously recorded cases were removed due to a data correction. 

April 27 - The province reported 218 new cases, however one case was removed due to a data correction. 

April 26 - The province reported 210 new cases, one death and 140 recoveries. 

April 25 - Health officials reported 259 new cases.

April 24 – The province added 276 new cases and three deaths. Six previously announced cases were removed.

April 23 - Manitoba added 181 new cases and two deaths. Additionally two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

April 22 - Provincial health officials reported 261 new cases, however three previously recorded cases were removed due to a data correction. One new death was also announced. 

April 21 - Manitoba recorded 164 new cases, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. One new death was also announced. 

April 20 - The province added 211 new cases, however eight cases were removed due to a data correction. One new death was also reported.

April 19 - The province reported 108 new cases and 111 new recoveries. 

April 18 - The province reported 170 new cases of COVID-19, however due to a data correction, the total only increased by 167.

April 17 - Manitoba reported 183 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths. Officials removed six cases from the previous total.

April 16 - The province reported 127 new cases and 104 recoveries. 

April 15 - Provincial health officials reported 153 new cases and one death. Four previously recorded cases were removed due to a data correction. 

April 14 - Health officials announced 86 new cases, however six previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. Three additional deaths were reported. 

April 13 - Health officials announced 135 new cases, however three cases were removed due to a data correction. Two additional deaths were also reported.

April 12 - Health officials announced 114 new COVID-19 cases and 56 additional recoveries.

April 11 – The province added 112 new cases on Sunday.

April 10 – Officials added 135 new cases on Saturday and one additional death. A previously announced death was removed from the provincial total.

April 9 - The province added 179 new cases, however three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

April 8 - The province reported 139 new cases of COVID-19, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

April 7 - Health officials announced 109 new cases, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

April 6 - The province reported 62 new cases, two deaths and 85 recoveries.

April 5 - Manitoba reported 135 new COVID-19 cases, as well as two deaths and 105 recoveries. These totals includes data from April 4 and April 5.

April 3 – Manitoba added 181 new cases over the past two days and one death. Three previously announced cases were removed as part of a data correction.

April 1 - Health officials announced 59 new cases, two deaths and 52 recoveries. Seven previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 31 - The province reported 71 new cases and one additional death. One previously reported case was removed to due to a data correction.

March 30 - Health officials announced 77 new cases and 57 new recoveries. 

March 29 - Health officials announced 53 new cases and 55 new recoveries.

March 28 - One more death linked to COVID-19 was reported, along with 55 new infections.

March 27 - The province reported 57 new cases of COVID-19 and one death.

March 26 - Health officials announced 116 new cases of COVID-19, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. Three additional deaths were also reported. 

March 25 - Health officials announced 111 new cases, however six cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 24 - Health officials announced 81 new COVID-19 cases and 66 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

March 23 - The province reported 98 cases, one death and 50 recoveries. Five previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 22 - Manitoba recorded 66 new infections of coronavirus, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. One death was also announced.   

March 21 - The province reported 90 new cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths, at least one of which dates back to November 2020.

March 20 - The province added 89 new cases and removed two cases from its previous total.

March 19 - The province saw an increase of 93 cases and one death. Two previously announced cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 18 - The province reported 91 new infections and one additional death. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 17 - Manitoba reported 96 new cases of COVID-19, however three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

March 16 - The province reported 111 new cases of COVID-19, however one previously reported case was reported due to a data correction. 

March 15 - Manitoba reported 50 cases of COVID-19, as well as 33 additional recoveries. 

March 14 - The province reported 44 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

March 13 - The province added 94 new cases of COVID-19, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

March 12 - The province saw an increase of 104 infections, however six previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. One new death was also announced. 

March 11 - The province reported 91 new cases, three deaths and 66 recoveries. Three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 10 - The province reported 77 new cases of COVID-19, one death and 38 recoveries. Additionally, six previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 9 - Manitoba reported 66 new cases and 54 recoveries. Four previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

March 8 - The province reported 63 new COVID-19 cases, one death and 48 recoveries. One previously reported death was removed due to a data correction. 

March 7 - Fifty-six new cases of COVID-19 were reported. However, the province's total number of new cases was only 55 higher than it had been on the previous day. No explanation for this discrepancy was given.

March 6 - Manitoba reported 71 new cases, one death and 84 recoveries.

March 5 - Provincial health officials announced 54 new cases, one death and 62 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

March 4 - Manitoba saw an increase of 51 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths and 52 recoveries. 

March 3 - The province reported 51 new cases, three deaths and 52 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

March 2 - Health officials announced 64 new cases, two deaths and 74 recoveries. Eight previously reported deaths were removed due to a data correction.

March 1 - The province reported 35 new cases of COVID-19, one death and 57 recoveries. 

Feb. 28 - There were 50 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the province, along with two deaths.

Feb. 27 - The province reported 90 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths. Two cases previously reported were removed from the total due to a data error.

Feb. 26 - Health officials reported 64 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death.

Feb. 25 - Manitoba saw an increase of 70 new cases, one death and 56 recoveries. Three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 24 - The province reported 45 new cases, one death and 54 recoveries. Six previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 23 - Health officials announced 76 new cases of COVID-19, however eight previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

Feb. 22 - Manitoba saw an increase of 97 cases, two deaths and 56 recoveries.

Feb. 21 - There were 58 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as two deaths.

Feb. 20 - Manitoba added 95 new cases of COVID-19 and three more people died.

Feb. 19 - Manitoba reported 92 new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths. Additionally, two previously reported cases and one death were removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 18 - The province reported 139 new cases, two deaths and 538 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 17 - Seventy-six new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 16 - The province reported 96 new cases of COVID-19, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 14 - The province reported 80 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths Sunday. However, one case was removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 13 - The province added 100 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

Feb. 12 - Manitoba reported an increase of 81 cases, three deaths and 77 recoveries. 

Feb. 11 - The province reported 90 new cases, three deaths and 78 recoveries. 

Feb. 10 - The province reported 59 new cases, six deaths and 75 recoveries. Due to a data correction, two previously reported cases were removed from the provincial case total. 

Feb. 9 - Manitoba reported 75 new COVID-19 cases, three deaths and 93 recoveries. Four previously reported case were removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 8 - The province reported 53 new cases, four deaths and 1,682 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 7 - The province added 80 new cases, its lowest total since mid-October, as well as four deaths. However, its total number of cases only increased by 79 from the day before. No explanation was provided.

Feb. 6 - The province reported 82 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths.

Feb. 5 - The province reported 110 new COVID-19 cases and one more death.

Feb. 4 - The province reported 110 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths.

Feb. 3 - Health officials announced 126 new cases, three deaths and 185 new recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

Feb. 2 - The province reported 83 new cases and 127 recoveries. Due to a data reset, no deaths were reported. 

Feb. 1 - Health officials announced 89 new cases, three deaths and 121 recoveries. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

Jan. 31 - The province reported 119 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four deaths.

Jan. 30 - Manitoba added 166 cases, two deaths and 128 recoveries Saturday.

Jan. 29 - Manitoba saw an increase of 157 new cases, however five previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

Jan. 28 - Health officials announced 133 new cases, eight deaths and 124 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

Jan. 27 - The province reported an increase of 95 COVID-19 cases, four deaths and 126 recoveries. One previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

Jan. 26 - Health officials reported 94 new cases, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. The province saw an increase of five deaths and 137 recoveries. 

Jan. 25 - The province reported an increase of 113 new cases, 87 recoveries and five deaths.

Jan. 24 - Health officals reported 222 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths. One previous death has been removed due to a data error.

Jan. 23 - The province announced three new deaths linked to COVID-19 Saturday and 216 new cases.

Jan. 22 - The province reported 173 new cases, two deaths and 113 recoveries. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

Jan. 21 - The province saw an increase of 198 cases, five deaths and 123 recoveries. Two previously reported cases were removed from the provincial total due to a data correction.

Jan. 20 - Health officials announced 154 new cases of coronavirus, six deaths and 99 recoveries. One previously reported case and death were removed from the provincial total due to a data correction.

Jan. 19 - The province reported 111 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 new deaths. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not related to the virus. 

Jan. 18 - Health officials reported an increase of 118 new cases, four deaths and 87 recoveries. 

Jan. 17 - Health officials reported 189 new COVID-19 cases and eight more deaths.

Jan. 16 - The province reported 180 new COVID-19 cases, and two new deaths; however, a previous death has been removed due to a data error.

Jan. 15 - The province reported 191 new cases, five deaths and 165 recoveries.

Jan. 14 - The province reported 261 new cases, two new deaths and 299 recoveries. Two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction. 

Jan. 13 - The province reported 158 new cases, five deaths and 322 recoveries. Three previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

Jan. 12 - The province reported 92 new cases, however, two previously announced cases were removed due to a data correction. The province also saw an increase of seven deaths and 397 recoveries. 

Jan. 11 - The province saw an increase of 133 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths.

Jan. 10 - There were 151 new cases of COVID-19, five more deaths and 81 additional recoveries reported.

Jan. 9 - The province reported 203 new cases and seven more deaths due to COVID-19. 

Jan. 8 - Manitoba added 222 new cases and nine deaths due to COVID-19. One previous case was removed because of a data error.

Jan. 7 - Manitoba reported 208 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths on Thursday, but they removed seven previous cases due to data errors for a new total of 201 cases. 

Jan. 6 - The province reported 176 new cases, 124 recoveries and 10 deaths. Nine previously reported cases were removed due to data corrections. 

Jan. 5 - The province reported 130 new cases, 119 recoveries and seven new deaths.

Jan. 4 - Health officials reported 118 new cases, 151 recoveries and five deaths.

Jan. 3 -- The province reported 101 new cases of COVID-19, as well as five deaths.

Jan. 2 - Manitoba health officials are reporting 11 new COVID-19 deaths and 327 cases of the virus in the province.

Dec. 31 - Health officials announced 187 new COVID-19 cases, six more deaths and 120 recoveries on Thursday.

Dec. 30 - The province announced 130 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths and 106 recoveries. Health officials also removed two previous cases due to a data error.

Dec. 29 - The province added 133 new COVID-19 cases, 146 recoveries and five deaths on Tuesday.

Dec. 28 - The province added 107 new cases and nine deaths, as well as 144 recoveries.

Dec. 27 - The province reported 524 new cases of COVID-19 and 28 related deaths over the past three days.

Dec. 24 – The province added 244 new cases, 12 deaths and 169 recoveries.

Dec. 23 – The province added 201 new cases, 15 deaths and 141 recoveries.

Dec. 22 - The province reported 155 new cases, in addition to 18 deaths and 1,491 recoveries.

Dec. 21 - The province reported 167 new cases, however one case was removed due to a data correction. Four deaths and 176 recoveries were also reported. One death was removed after it was determined that the patient did not have COVID-19.

Dec. 20 – The province added 229 new cases, 135 recoveries and 13 deaths.

Dec. 19 – The province added 238 new cases, 158 recoveries and nine deaths.

Dec. 18 - Health officials announced 350 new cases, 10 new deaths and 567 recoveries.

Dec. 17 – The province added 221 new cases, 14 deaths and 175 recoveries.

Dec. 16 - The province reported 292 new cases of COVID-19, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction.

Dec. 15 - The province saw an increase of 272 new cases, nine deaths and 291 recoveries.

Dec. 14 - The province reported 241 new cases and nine additional deaths.

Dec. 13 – The province announced 273 new cases, seven deaths and 168 recoveries.

Dec. 12 – The province added 360 new cases, 18 deaths and 227 recoveries.

Dec. 11 - The province reported 447 new cases, 294 recoveries and 14 additional deaths.

Dec. 10 – The province added 293 new cases, 13 deaths and 247 recoveries.

Dec. 9 – The province added 280 new cases, 18 deaths and recoveries. A previously announced case was removed from the total.

Dec. 8 - The province reported 245 new COVID-19 cases and 13 new deaths.

Dec. 7 - The province reported 325 new COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths. More than 4,000 recoveries were also reported, as the province was clearing a backlog of data.

Dec. 6 – The province added 383 new cases, 14 deaths and 268 recoveries.

Dec. 5 – The province added 354 new cases, 19 deaths and 392 recoveries.

Dec. 4 – The province added 320 cases, nine deaths and 267 recoveries.

Dec. 3 – The province added 368 new cases, 12 deaths and 196 recoveries. A previously announced case was removed from Manitoba’s total because of a data correction. A death was also removed after it was determined the person was still recovering.

Dec. 2 - Health officials reported 277 new COVID-19 cases, 14 deaths and 359.

Dec. 1 - The province reported 283 new cases, however one case was removed due to a data correction. An additional 16 deaths were reported and 460 recoveries.

Nov. 30 - The province reported 343 new cases of COVID-19, however one case was removed due to a data error. 

Nov. 29 – The province added 365 new cases, 11 deaths and 206 recoveries.

Nov. 28 – The province added 487 new cases, 10 deaths and 317 recoveries. Manitoba recorded its youngest death, a child under the age of 10.

Nov. 27 – The province added 344 new cases, 14 deaths and 310 recoveries.

Nov. 26 – The province added 383 cases, 10 deaths, and 284 recoveries. Two previous cases were removed.

Nov. 25 - The province reported 349 new cases of COVID-19 and nine new deaths. One death was removed due to a data error. 

Nov. 24 - The province added 476 new cases of COVID-19, however five cases were removed to due a data error. 

Nov. 23 - The province added 543 new COVID-19 cases and seven new deaths.

Nov. 22 – The province added 243 new cases, 12 deaths and 118 recoveries.

Nov. 21 – Health officials added 387 new cases, 224 recoveries and 10 deaths. Two previously announced cases were removed.

Nov. 20 – Health officials announced 438 new cases, 196 recoveries and nine deaths. A previously announced case was removed.

Nov. 19 – The province added 475 new cases, eight deaths and 223 recoveries.

Nov. 18 - The province reported 400 new COVID-19 cases, however one case was removed after being deemed a duplicate. 

Nov. 17 - The province reported 270 new cases of COVID-19, however one case was removed after being determind to be from out of the province. 

Nov. 16 - The province reported 392 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 10 additional deaths.

Nov. 15 -- The province reported 494 new infections -- a single-day record -- as well as 10 deaths.

Nov. 14 - Manitoba reported its highest number of new deaths at 15 and 239 more cases.

Nov. 13 - The province added 437 new COVID-19 cases and five new deaths. Three cases were removed due to being deemed out of province and a data correction.

Nov. 12 - Health officials announced 474 new cases of COVID-19 as well as nine deaths and 111 recoveries. 

Nov. 11 - The province reported 431 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths.

Nov. 10 - The province reported 384 new cases of COVID-19 however, one case was removed after being determined to be from out of province. 

Nov. 9 - The province reported 365 new cases and three additional deaths linked to COVID-19. 

Nov. 8 – The province announced 441 new cases, 49 recoveries and three deaths were reported.

Nov. 7 - Manitoba announced 271 new cases and seven more deaths on Saturday.

Nov. 6 - Health officials announced 243 new cases and an additional five deaths linked to COVID-19. 

Nov. 5 - The province reported 427 new cases of coronavirus as well as four new deaths. One case was removed after being determined to be from out of province.

Nov. 4 – The province added 374 new cases, 95 recoveries and two deaths.

Nov. 3 - Manitoba announced 103 new cases of COVID-19 and five deaths, while removing one case from its total because it is now considered out-of-province.

Nov. 2 - Health officials announced 241 new infections in the province and five additional deaths linked to COVID-19. 

Nov. 1 – The province announced 312 cases, 58 recoveries and six deaths.

Oct. 31 – Health officials announced 349 new cases, 74 recoveries and two deaths.

Oct. 30 - Manitoba reported 480 new cases of COVID-19, which included a backlog of cases. The province set a new daily record with 237 cases confirmed in the past 24 hours, and three additional deaths were reported.

Oct. 29 - The province reported 193 new cases, setting a new daily record.

Oct. 28 - The province added 170 new cases of COVID-19 however one case was removed due to a data error. Three new deaths and 70 recoveries were also reported.

Oct. 27 - The province saw an increase of 184 COVID-19 cases as well as three new deaths. One case was removed due to a data error. 

Oct. 26 - Health officials announced an increase of 100 COVID-19 cases and one additional death.

Oct. 25 – Health officials announced 161 new cases, four deaths and 26 recoveries.

Oct. 24 – The province reported 153 new confirmed cases and two deaths on Saturday.

Oct. 23 – The province announced 163 new cases of COVID-19 as of Friday morning – though one previous case was removed from the total due to a data correction.

Oct. 22 – Health officials announced 147 new cases, four deaths and 111 recoveries.

Oct. 21 - The province reported 135 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one new death.

Oct. 20 - The province added 110 new cases of COVID-19 and 106 recoveries. One case was removed from the total due to duplication.

Oct. 19 - The province added 80 new cases of COVID-19, 10 recoveries and two additional deaths.

Oct. 18 – The province announced 44 new cases, two deaths and 15 recoveries.

Oct. 17 – The province added 85 new cases and 19 recoveries.

Oct. 16 – The province added 75 new cases and 20 recoveries.

Oct. 15 – Health officials announced 176 new cases, one death and 19 recoveries.

Oct. 14 – The province added 146 new cases, two deaths and 18 recoveries. Thirty-nine cases were identified Monday, while 107 were from Tuesday.

Oct. 13 - Health officials reported 124 new COVID-19 cases.

Oct. 12 - The province reported 77 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths.

Oct. 11 – The province added 54 new cases and eight recoveries.

Oct. 10 – Health officials announced 97 new cases, two deaths and 10 recoveries. This was the largest single-day increase of new COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Oct. 9 - The province announced 84 new cases and three additional deaths.

Oct. 8 - The province announced 66 new cases, after removing a previously announced case from the total.

Oct. 7 - Health officials reported 32 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths.

Oct. 6 - The province reported 56 new COVID-19 cases. One case that was previously announced has been removed.

Oct. 5 - The province reported 51 additional cases of COVID-19.

Oct. 4 – The province announced 36 new cases, one death and 12 recoveries. Four previously announced cases were removed the provincial total.

Oct. 3 – Health officials announced 38 new cases, one death and 10 recoveries.

Oct. 2 – Health officials announced 43 new cases, one death and 11 recoveries.

Oct. 1 – Health officials announced 36 new cases and 14 recoveries.

Sept. 30 - The province reported 40 new cases as well as 47 additional recoveries.

Sept. 29 - Health officials reported 34 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 46 recoveries.

Sept. 28 - The province added 39 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one additional death.

Sept. 27 – Health officials announced 51 new cases and seven recoveries.

Sept. 26  – The province announced 65 new cases and 7 recoveries.

Sept. 25 – The province announced 54 new cases, and 15 recoveries.A previously announced case was removed the total.

Sept. 24 – Health officials announced 37 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba on Thursday.

Sept. 23 - The province reported 42 new COVID-19 cases.

Sept. 22 - Health officials announced 24 new COVID-19 cases as well as seven new recoveries. 

Sept. 21 - The province added 22 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths.

Sept. 20 – The province announced 29 new cases and five recoveries. A previously announced case was removed from Saturday’s total.

Sept. 19 - The province added 18 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 additional recoveries.

Sept. 18– Health officials announced 40 new cases and eight recoveries.

Sept. 17 – Health officials announced 11 new cases and one recovery.

Sept. 16 - The province added 23 new cases of COVID-19 as well as nine recoveries.

Sept. 15 - The province reported 17 new COVID-19 cases and five additional recoveries.

Sept. 14 - Health officials announced 21 new cases of COVID-19 and three new recoveries.

Sept. 13 -- There were 18 new cases of COVID-19, 17 recoveries and no deaths reported in Manitoba.

Sept. 12 -- Provincial health officials have announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba.

Sept. 11 -- The province announced 15 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the total number of active COVID-19 cases to 287 active cases.

Sept. 10 – Health officials announced 15 new cases and 57 recoveries. Two previously announced cases were removed from Manitoba’s total. One case was determined to be from out of province, while the other was deemed to be a duplication.

Sept. 9 - Health officials announced 16 new cases of COVID-19 and an additional five new recoveries.

Sept. 8 - The province reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 and 30 new recoveries.

Sept. 7 - Health officials reported 15 new COVID-19 cases and 12 new recoveries.

Sept. 6 – Health officials announced 29 new cases and 46 recoveries.

Sept. 5 – Health officials announced 21 new cases and 17 recoveries.

Sept. 4 – The province announced nine new cases and 44 recoveries.

Sept. 3 – The province announced 20 new cases, two deaths and 15 recoveries.

Sept. 2 - Health officials announced 13 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 17 new recoveries. One case that was announced on Aug. 30 has been removed after it was determined to be from outside of the province.

Sept. 1 - Health officials reported 18 new COVID-19 cases and an additional 28 new recoveries

Aug. 31 - Health officials announced 28 new cases of COVID-19 and 21 additional recoveries.

Aug. 30 – The province announced 35 new cases and 17 recoveries.

Aug. 29 The province announced 55 new cases and 29 recoveries.

Aug. 28 – Health officials announced 32 new cases and 21 recoveries.

Aug. 27 – The province announced 22 new cases, one death and 21 recoveries. A previously announced case was also removed.

Aug. 26 – Health officials announced 25 new cases and 16 recoveries.

Aug. 25 - The province added 25 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death related to an outbreak from a personal care home.

Aug. 24 - Provincial health officials reported 49 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 additional recoveries. Twenty-five cases were from today, while 24 have been connected to Aug. 23.

Aug. 23 - The province reported 72 new cases of COVID-19 and six additional recoveries.

Aug. 22 – Health officials announced the province’s largest single day increase of 42 cases on Saturday. The province also announced 17 recoveries.

Aug. 21 – Health officials announced 34 new cases and 16 recoveries.

Aug. 20 – Health officials announced 33 new cases and nine recoveries.

Aug. 19 - The province reported 15 new cases and one new COVID-19 related death.

Aug.18 - Health officials annoucned 17 additional cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths. 

Aug. 17 - Health officials reported 38 new COVID-19 cases and removed four other cases that were added previously. 

Aug. 16 – The province announced 36 new cases and 40 recoveries. Two previously announced cases were removed.

Aug. 15Twenty new cases of COVID-19 were added to the province's total, as well as one new death.

Aug. 14 – The province added 40 new cases and 12 recoveries.

Aug. 13 – The province announced 25 new cases and nine recoveries.

Aug. 12 - Manitoba recorded 16 new cases of COVID-19 as well as eight additional recoveries. 

Aug. 11 - The province reported an additional four new cases of COVID-19 and six new recoveries. 

Aug. 10 - Health officials announced 16 new cases of COVID-19, as well as two additional recoveries. 

Aug. 9  Thirty-five new cases were announced on Sunday and one recovery.

Aug. 8 – The province announced 16 new cases on Saturday.

Aug. 7 – Health officials announced 17 new cases of COVID-19.

Aug. 6Thirty new cases and six recoveries were announced on Thursday.

Aug. 5 - Health officials reported two new cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery. 

Aug. 4 - The province added two new cases of COVID-19 and four new recoveries. One case was removed on Monday as it was a duplicate and from another jurisdiction. 

Aug. 3 - The province added seven new COVID-19 cases. Data on the number of active cases, people recovered, and tests administrated will be updated on Tuesday due to the holiday weekend.

Aug. 2 – The province added 18 new cases.

Aug. 1Two new cases were announced on Saturday.

July 31  Six new cases and 12 recoveries were reported on Friday.

July 30  – The province added two more cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

July 29 - The province reported three new COVID-19 cases, as well as six additional recoveries. 

July 28 - Manitoba reported one new COVID-19 related death, it's first since May 5. The province also added five new cases of COVID-19.

July 27 - The province reported six additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 400. 

July 26 -- Health officials reported six new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba on Sunday.

July 25 - The province recorded four new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday

July 24 - Health officials in Manitoba reported nine new cases of COVID-19.

July 23 - Health officials in Manitoba added one new case.

July 22 - Health officials in Manitoba reported eight new cases of COVID-19, with seven of the new cases linked to Hutterite communities in the province.

July 21 - The province reported 12 new cases of COVID-19.

July 20 - Provincial health officials reported 11 new cases of COVID-19. 

July 19 -- The province announced six new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.

July 18 -- Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19 on Saturday.

July 17 – The province announced five new cases on Friday.

July 16 – The province added one new case of COVID-19.

July 14 - Health officials reported five new cases of COVID-19 along with one new recovery. 

July 9 – The province announced two recoveries.

July 2 – The province announced two recoveries.

June 30 – The province reported one new case of the novel coronavirus. 

June 29 – Manitoba added two new cases of COVID-19 bringing the province total to 324.

June 27Four new cases were announced on Saturday.

June 26 – The province added two new cases and six recoveries.

June 25 One new case and one new recovery were declared by the province.

June 24One new case of COVID-19 was added to the province’s total, bringing the amount of cases to 315. 

June 22 - The province of Manitoba reported one new travel-related case.

June 20Two more cases of COVID-19 were reported by the province.

June 19 – The province added one new case of COVID-19. Two additional cases were announced late Friday afternoon.

June 18 – The province added two more cases of COVID-19.

June 17 – Health officials announced two new cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery. 

June 14  – The province recorded one new case.

June 13 – The province announced two new COVID-19 cases on its Twitter account.

June 12One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province and three recoveries.

June 11  – The province added one recovery and no new cases.

June 5 -- Health officials in Manitoba announce two new case of COVID-19. 

June 3 -- Health officials in Manitoba announce one new case of COVID-19, and four recoveries. 

June 2 -- Health officials in Manitoba announce two new cases of COVID-19.

May 31 -- The province reported one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday.

May 30 - The province reported no new cases of the novel coronavirus on Saturday.

May 28 -- Health officials in Manitoba announce two new active cases of COVID-19, as well as two recoveries.

May 23 – Manitoba health officials announced one new recovery.

May 22 -- After three days with no new cases, Manitoba adds two new active cases of COVID-19, along with two recoveries.  

May 18 -- Manitoba reported one new active case of COVID-19, with no new deaths or recoveries. 

May 16 – Health officials announced three more recoveries on Saturday.

May 12 -- Manitoba reports one new active case of COVID-19, along with four recovered patients.

May 11 – Manitoba adds two new cases of COVID-19, with no new deaths or recoveries.

May 10 – The province announced three new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday.

May 8 – Manitoba reports one new case of COVID-19 in the province, along with four recoveries. The province also adjusted their numbers and removed a previously announced confirmed case.

May 6 – Manitoba health officials report two new cases of COVID-19.

May 5 – Manitoba reports one new active case, and one death in the province.

May 3 – Health officials announced one new case of COVID-19 and one additional recovery.

May 2 – Health officials announced one new case and one new recovery on Saturday.

May 1 – Manitoba announces four new cases of COVID-19, and 15 more recoveries.

April 30 – Manitoba announces 2 new cases of COVID-19.

April 29 – The province added one new case on Wednesday, as well as four new recoveries.

April 27 – Dr. Brent Roussin, chief provincial public health officer, said there has been one new case of the virus in Manitoba, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 272.

April 26 – The province announced four new COVID-19 cases on Sunday.

April 25 – Manitoba announced four new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. The province also added three new recoveries.

April 24 – Manitoba is reporting one new case of COVID-19 Friday as well as 22 new recoveries.

April 23 – Manitoba has announced five new cases of COVID-19 in the province.

April 22 – The province reported two new cases and four recoveries.

April 21 – Provincial health officials have announced one new case of COVID-19 in Manitoba. The province said 150 people have recovered from the virus and there are currently 99 active cases.

April 20 – On Monday, the province announced one new case, one new death and one new recovery.

April 19 –The province reported no new cases on Sunday.

April 18 – Manitoba announced three new cases on Saturday and eight new recoveries.

April 17 – Manitoba health officials announced no new cases of COVID-19, and say the number of recoveries now outnumbers active cases.

April 16 – Health officials announced four new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba Thursday.

April 15 – Manitoba is reporting two additional cases of COVID-19 and said two probable cases of COVID-19 tested negative, leaving the total number of cases in Manitoba at 246. The province is reporting one new death and nine new recoveries.

April 13 – Provincial health officials announced four new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 246.

April 12 – No new cases were reported on this day, but officials announced that one case previously deemed probable was a false positive.

April 11 – Health officials announced 13 new cases of COVID-19 and four new recoveries.

April 10 – The province announced six new cases on Friday and one new death. Health officials also confirmed that 16 more people recovered from the disease.

April 9 – Manitoba health officials announced three new cases of COVID-19. 76 people have recovered.

April 8 – Provincial health officials announced four new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba. 69 people have recovered total.

April 7 – A third person in Manitoba has died from COVID-19, the province has confirmed. A total of 13 new cases were announced, bringing the province's total to 217.

April 6 – Only one new case of COVID-19 has been announced in Manitoba.

April 5 – The province added nine new cases on Sunday.

April 4 – The province announced on Saturday 12 new cases of COVID-19. It also announced six new recoveries.

April 3 – At a news conference on Friday, provincial health officials announced there has been a second death in Manitoba related to COVID-19. Dr. Brent Roussin, chief public health officer, added another 15 cases bringing Manitoba's total to 182.

April 2 – The province announced the number of COVID-19 cases has spiked again with 40 new cases being announced. 11 people have recovered from the virus.

April1 – Manitoba is reporting 24 new cases of COVID-19, including two new cases at Winnipeg hospitals.

March 31 – The province has announced seven new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba, bringing the total number of lab-confirmed and probable confirmed cases in the province to 103.

March 30 – The province has announced 24 new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba bringing the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases to 96.

March 29 – The province announced eight new cases, bringing the total in Manitoba to 72. They also announced that two patients had recovered.

March 28 – The province announced 25 new cases of COVID-19, which included one patient who is in intensive care. The provincial total is now at 64.

March 27 – Manitoba health officials have confirmed the first death from COVID-19 in the province. Three new cases have also been announced, bringing the province's total to 39.

March 26 – Manitoba is reporting one new case of COVID-19. With this new case, the total number of confirmed and probable positive cases in the province is now 36.

March 25 – The province is reporting 14 new cases of COVID-19. The cases, announced Wednesday morning, brings the total in the province to 35.

March 24 – The province has announced one new probable case of COVID-19, bringing the total of positive and probable cases to 21.

March 22 – A Winnipeg man in his 40s, with a recent history involving travel, was the province's 20th case.

March 21 – Manitoba reported two new cases.

March 18Two new presumptive cases were reported in Manitoba. One of the cases involves a woman in her 50s and the other involves a man in his 70s. Both live in Winnipeg.

March 17 – Authorities in Manitoba announced seven additional cases, bringing the provincial total to 15. Three cases involved individuals in their 60s, while the others were under 60.

March 16A man in his 80s is the eighth presumptive case. He had recently been travelling.

March 15 – Provincial health officials announced three new presumptive cases of COVID-19, bringing the province's total to seven. The fifth case is a man in his 70s, the sixth is a woman in her 70s and the seventh case is a woman in her 50s. All three are suspected to be travel-related.

March 13A Winnipeg man in his 40s who recently travelled to South Korea, the Philippines and Japan is the province’s fourth case.

March 12 – Manitoba health officials announced the first presumptive case: a woman in her 40s who had recently travelled to the Philippines. Two other presumptive cases were identified, both involving men in their 30s, who were likely exposed through recent travel. These cases were later lab-confirmed.

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Case History

Aug. 1 - The province reported 218 new COVID-19 infections, as well as two deaths from the disease.

July 31 - Health officials reported 258 new COVID-19 infections, six deaths and 137 recoveries.

July 30 - There were 226 new infections reported, along with 11 deaths.

July 29 - The province reported 218 new cases, three deaths and 169 recoveries. 

July 28 - The province added 158 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four deaths and 171 recoveries.

July 27 - The province reported 129 new cases, five deaths and 158 recoveries. 

July 26 – Officials reported 119 new infections, as well as three additional deaths.

July 25 – There were 172 new infections reported, along with two additional deaths.

July 24 – The province added 170 new cases and three deaths.

July 23 - The province reported a slight increase in cases with 192 new infections. One new death was also reported. 

July 22 - The province reported 185 new cases of COVID-19, as well as seven deaths and 149 recoveries.

July 21 - Ontario reported 135 new cases, four deaths and 151 additional recoveries.

July 20 - The province reported 127 new infections of COVID-19, as well as two deaths and 126 recoveries.

July 19 - The province reported 130 new cases, 153 recoveries and no new deaths.

July 18 - There were 177 new COVID-19 infections reported, along with six deaths related to the disease.

July 16 - The province reported 159 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths and 189 recoveries. 

July 15 - The province added 143 new cases, 10 deaths and 168 new recoveries. 

July 14 - The province reported 153 new cases of COVID-19, as well as seven deaths and 216 additional recoveries. 

July 13 - The province reported an increase of 146 new cases, seven deaths and 201 recoveries. 

July 12 - The province reported 114 new cases, marking the lowest single-day increase since September 1. 

July 11 – The province added 166 new cases and six deaths.

July 10 – The province added 179 new cases and eight deaths.

July 9 - Ontario reported 183 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths and 233 recoveries. 

July 8 - The province reported 210 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four deaths and 231 recoveries. 

July 7 - For the third day in a row the province reported under 200 cases with 194 new infections.

July 6 - Health officials reported 244 new cases, however 80 of those cases are from Toronto Public Health originally found in 2020. Nine deaths were also reported. 

July 5 - The province reported 170 new COVID-19 cases, as well as one death and 233 recoveries. 

July 4 - The province reported 213 cases and nine additional deaths.

July 2 - The province reported 200 new cases and nine additional deaths. Over the holiday the province added 284 cases for a total of 484 cases in the past two days. 

June 30 - The province reported 184 new cases of COVID-19, marking the first time since September that the Ontario has reported under 200 cases. Fourteen deaths and 322 recoveries were also reported.

June 29 - Health officials reported 299 new cases of COVID-19, however 90 Toronto cases from today’s update are from 2020. Twenty-five deaths were also reported in Ontario.

June 28 - The province reported 210 new cases of COVID-19, as well as three deaths and 326 recoveries. 

June 27 - There were 287 new COVID-19 infections reported, along with 12 deaths.

June 26 - The province reported 346 new cases, 13 deaths and 503 recoveries.

June 25 - The province reported 256 new cases, two deaths and 293 recoveries. 

June 24 - Health officials reported 296 new cases of COVID-19, as well as six deaths and 384 new recoveries. 

June 23 - The province added 255 new cases, marking the third day in a row that Ontario has reported fewer than 300 cases a day. Eleven new deaths were also reported. 

June 22 - The province reported 296 new cases of COVID-19. Due to a data review from Toronto Public Health, 80 cases from 2020 and 54 deaths from previous months have been added today’s update.

June 21 - The province reported its lowest single-day count since mid-September with 270 new cases. Three deaths and 486 recoveries were also reported. 

June 20 - Health officials reported 318 new COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths.

June 19 -  The province reported 355 new COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths, bringing the province's death toll to 9,007.

June 18 - The province added 345 new cases, one death and 624 additional recoveries.

June 17 - The province reported 370 new cases of COVID-19, as well as seven additional deaths.

June 16 - The province reported 384 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 12 deaths and 722 new recoveries. 

June 15 - The province reported 296 new COVID-19 cases, marking the lowest single-day total since September. Thirteen new deaths were also announced. 

June 14 - The province reported 447 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four deaths and 670 recoveries. 

June 13 - There were 530 new COVID-19 infections reported, along with seven deaths.

June 12 - The province added 502 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 more deaths. 

June 11 - The province reported 574 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four deaths and 850 recoveries.

June 10 - The province reported 590 new infections of COVID-19, as well as 11 new deaths.

June 9 - The province reported 411 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 33 deaths and 932 recoveries. 

June 8 - The province reported 469 new cases, marking the first time in eight months where the daily case count dipped below 500. Eighteen new deaths were also announced. 

June 7 - The province reported its lowest daily infection count since September 2020 with 525 new cases. Ontario also reported 15 new deaths.

June 6 – There were 663 new COVID-19 infections reported, the lowest single-day total since October 2020, as well as 10 deaths.

June 5 – The province reported 744 new cases and 24 COVID-19-related deaths.

June 4 - The province reported 914 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 19 deaths and 1,397 recoveries. 

June 3 - The province reported 870 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,563 additional recoveries. 

June 2 - The province reported another decrease in cases with 733 new infections, as well as 25 new deaths.

June 1 - The province reported 699 new cases and nine new deaths. 

May 31 - The province reported 916 new cases, marking the first time Ontario reported less than 1,000 cases in nearly three months. Health officials also announced 13 additional deaths.

May 30 – An additional 1,033 COVID-19 infections were reported, along with 18 more deaths.

May 29 – The province announced 1,057 new cases and 15 deaths.

May 28 - The province reported 1,273 new COVID-19 cases, 14 deaths and 2,362 recoveries.

May 27 - The province reported 1,135 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 19 new deaths. 

May 26 - The province reported 1,095 new COVID-19 cases, 23 deaths and 2,371 recoveries. 

May 25 - The province reported 1,039 new cases, 33 deaths and 2,018 recoveries. Over the holiday on Monday, Ontario reported 1,446 cases. 

May 23 – There were 1,691 new COVID-19 infections and 15 deaths reported.

May 22 – The province added 1,794 new cases and 20 deaths on Saturday.

May 21 - The province reported 1,890 new cases of COVID-19, 27 deaths and 2,689 recoveries. 

May 20 - The province reported an increase of 2,400 COVID-19 cases and 27 deaths. 

May 19 - The province reported 1,588 new cases, marking the second straight day of Ontario reporting fewer than 2,000 cases. The province also recorded 19 additional deaths.

May 18 - The province reported 1,616 new cases, marking the lowest single-day total since March 24. Ontario also added 17 new deaths.

May 17 - The province reported 2,170 new COVID-19 cases and four new deaths.

May 16 - There were an additional 2,199 COVID-19 infections reported, along with 30 deaths.

May 15 - The province reported 2,584 new cases, 3,063 more recoveries, and 24 additional deaths.

May 14 - The province added 2,362 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 26 deaths and 3,502 recoveries. 

May 13 - The province reported 2,759 new cases, 31 deaths and 3,455 additional recoveries. 

May 12 - The province reported 2,320 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 32 deaths. 

May 11 - The province reported 2,073 new cases, 15 deaths and 2,898 recoveries. 

May 10 - The province reported 2,716 new cases, 19 deaths and 3,110 recoveries. 

May 9 – The province reported 3,216 new cases and 47 deaths.

May 8 - The province reported 2,864 new cases and 25 more deaths.

May 7 - The province reported 3,166 new cases, however due to a technical issue health officials say the cases reported may be underreported. 

May 6 - The province reported 3,424 new COVID-19 cases, 26 deaths and 3,997 recoveries. 

May 5 - The province reported 2,941 new cases, 44 deaths and 4,361 additional recoveries.

May 4 - The province reported 2,791 new cases, marking the first time Ontario reported fewer than 3,000 case since the beginning of April. An additional 25 death were also announced. 

May 3 - The province reported 3,436 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 16 deaths and 3,623 recoveries. 

May 2 - There were 3,732 new cases of COVID-19 and 23 deaths reported, as the number of patients in ICUs decreased slightly.

May 1 - Health officials reported 3,369 new cases and 29 deaths,

April 30 - The province reported 3,887 new cases and 21 additional deaths. 

April 29 - The province reported 3,871 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 41 deaths and 4,245 recoveries. 

April 28 - The province reported 3,480 new cases, 24 deaths and 4,517 recoveries. Health officials say cases reported on Wednesday are higher due to a catch-up in processing laboratory data. 

April 27 - The province reported another drop in cases with 3,265 new infections. Ontario also recorded 29 deaths and 3,908 recoveries. 

April 26 - The province reported 3,510 new cases, 24 deaths and 4,057 recoveries.

April 25 - Health officials reported 3,947 new cases and 24 more deaths.

April 24 - The province reported 4,094 new cases, 24 more deaths, and 4,332 recoveries.

April 23 - Ontario reported 4,505 new cases, 34 deaths and 4,698 recoveries. 

April 22 - The province reported 3,682 new cases, 40 deaths and 4,597 recoveries.

April 21 - The province reported 4,212 new cases, 32 deaths and 4,204 recoveries. 

April 20 - The province reported a drop in cases with 3,469 new infections, as well as 22 deaths. 

April 19 - The province reported 4,447 new cases, 19 deaths and 3,153 recoveries.

April 18 - There were 4,250 new cases of COVID-19 and 18 deaths reported.

April 17 - Health officials reported 4,362 new cases and 34 deaths.

April 16 - The province broke its daily COVID-19 record again with 4,812 new cases. Additionally, 25 new deaths were reported. 

April 15 - The province reported an increase of 4,736 cases, 29 deaths and 3,174 recoveries. 

April 14 - The province reported 4,156 new COVID-19 cases, 28 deaths and 3,160 recoveries. 

April 13 - The province reported 3,670 new cases, 15 deaths and 2,573 recoveries.

April 12 - The province reported 4,401 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 15 deaths and 2,445 recoveries. 

April 11 – The province added 4,456 new cases and 21 deaths on Sunday.

April 10 - Health officials reported 3,813 new cases and 19 additional deaths.

April 9 - The province reported 4,227 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 18 deaths and 2,641 recoveries. 

April 8 - The province reported 3,295 new cases, 19 deaths and 2,576 recoveries. 

April 7 - The province reported 3,215 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 17 deaths and 2,407 recoveries. 

April 6 - The province reported an increase of 3,065 COVID-19 cases, as well as eight deaths and 1,976 recoveries. 

April 5 - The province reported 2,938 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,761 additional recoveries. Over the past two days the province reported nearly 6,000 cases including the 3,041 cases announced on April 4. 

April 3 - The province reported 3,009 new cases on Saturday and 3,089 new cases for Friday for a total of 6,098 new cases over the past two days. There were also 23 new deaths on Friday and 16 on Saturday for a total of 39 more deaths over the past two days.

April 1 - The province reported 2,557 cases, 23 deaths and 1,814 recoveries. 

March 31 - The province reported 2,333 new cases, 15 deaths and 1,973 recoveries.

March 30 - Health officials reported 2,336 new cases, 14 deaths and 1,477 recoveries. 

March 29 - The province reported 2,094 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 10 deaths and 1,524 recoveries. 

March 28 - Another 2,448 reported COVID-19 infections pushed the province's seven-day average above 2,000.

March 27 - Health officials reported 2,453 new COVID-19 cases and 16 deaths.

March 26 - The province reported 2,169 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 12 deaths and 1,675 additional recoveries. 

March 25 - The province reported a spike in cases with 2,380 new infections, as well as 17 new deaths. Health officials said 280 of the cases reported are due to a data "catch-up" related to the provincial CCM system.

March 24 - The province reported 1,571 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,531 recoveries. 

March 23 - The province reported 1,546 new COVID-19 cases, as well as nine deaths and 1,271 recoveries. 

March 22 - The province reported 1,699 new cases, three deaths and 1,175 recoveries linked to COVID-19.

March 21 - There were 1,791 new cases of COVID-19 and 18 additional deaths reported.

March 20 - The province reported 1,829 new COVID-19 cases and 11 additional deaths.

March 19 - The province reported 1,745 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,296 additional recoveries. 

March 18 - Health officials announced an increase of 1,553 cases of COVID-19, as well as 15 deaths and 1,236 recoveries. 

March 17 - The province reported 1,508 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 14 deaths and 1,488 recoveries. 

March 16 - The province reported 1,074 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 11 deaths and 1,085 recoveries. 

March 15 - The province reported 1,268 new cases of COVID-19, nine deaths and 1,114 additional recoveries. 

March 14 - Ontario reported 1,747 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths, but officials said the increase may be partly due to a data catch-up in the provincial system.

March 13 - Ontario reported 1,468 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, in addition to 11 deaths and 1,151 recoveries.

March 12 - Ontario reported 1,371 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 18 deaths and 1,124 recoveries. 

March 11 - The province reported 1,092 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,110 recoveries. 

March 10 - The province reported 1,316 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 16 deaths and 1,212 recoveries. 

March 9 - The province reported 1,185 new cases, six deaths and 972 new recoveries. 

March 8 - The province reported 1,631 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 10 deaths and 994 recoveries. 

March 7 - The province reported 1,299 new cases of COVID-19, its highest one-day total since Feb. 13, as well as 15 deaths.

March 6 - Health officials recorded 990 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and six additional deaths.

March 5 - The province reported a spike in cases with 1,250 new infections reported, as well as 22 deaths and 1,159 recoveries. 

March 4 - The province reported 994 new infections, as well as 10 deaths and 1,072 recoveries.

March 3 - The province reported 958 new COVID-19 cases, 17 deaths and 1,090 recoveries. 

March 2 - Ontario reported 966 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 979 recoveries and 11 deaths.

March 1 - The province reported 1,023 new cases of COVID-19, as well as six deaths and 939 recoveries. 

Feb. 28 - There were 1,062 new cases of COVID-19 reported, pushing the province's total past 300,000, as well as 20 deaths.

Feb. 27 - The province reported 1,185 new COVID-19 cases and 16 additional deaths.

Feb. 26 - The province reported 1,258 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 28 deaths and 1,007 recoveries.

Feb. 25 - Ontario reported 1,138 new COVID-19 cases, 23 deaths and 1,094 recoveries.

Feb. 24 - Ontario reported an increase of 1,054 COVID-19 cases, as well as nine deaths and 1,291 recoveries. 

Feb. 23 - The province reported 975 new cases and 12 deaths.

Feb. 22 - The province reported 1,058 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 11 deaths and 1,083 recoveries.

Feb. 21 - There were an additional 1,087 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as 13 deaths.

Feb. 20 - The province reported 1,228 new COVID-19 cases and 28 additional deaths.

Feb. 19 - The province reported 1,150 new cases of COVID-19, 47 deaths and 1,255 recoveries. 

Feb. 18 - The province reported 1,038 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 44 deaths and 1,277 recoveries. 

Feb. 17 - The province reported 847 new cases, 10 deaths and 1,456 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 16 - The province reported 904 new cases, 13 deaths and 1,012 recoveries. On Monday the province reported 964 cases, bringing the total new cases to 1,868. 

Feb. 14 - Provincial health officials logged 981 new COVID-19 cases and 42 deaths.

Feb. 13 - Health officials reported 1,300 new COVID-19 cases and 19 more deaths.

Feb. 12 - Ontario reported 1,076 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 18 deaths and 1,415 recoveries. 

Feb. 11 - The province reported 945 new COVID-19 cases, 18 deaths and 1,344 recoveries. Health officials say the case count is "underestimated" due to a data migration to Toronto Public Health. 

Feb. 10 - The province reported 1,072 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 41 deaths and 1,709 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 9 - The province reported an increase of 1,022 new COVID-19 cases,17 deaths and 1,388 recoveries. 

Feb. 8 - The province reported 1,265 new cases of COVID-19 and 33 additional deaths. 

Feb. 7 - The province reported 1,489 new cases of COVID-19 and 22 more deaths from the disease.

Feb. 6 - Health officials recorded 1,388 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 45 more deaths.

Feb. 5 – Ontario reported 1,670 new cases of COVID-19 Friday and 45 more deaths related to the disease while citing an “overestimation” in Toronto’s count due to a data migration.

Feb. 4 – Ontario reported its lowest COVID-19 positivity rate in months as the province added 1,563 new cases and 88 deaths related to the disease.

Feb. 3 - The province reported 1,172 new cases, 67 deaths and 1,745 recoveries. 

Feb. 2 - The province reported 745 new cases of COVID-19, however due to a data migration the numbers reported on Tuesday are on underestimation of the actual case numbers. Ontario also reported 14 deaths and 2,297 recoveries. 

Feb. 1 - The province reported 1,969 new cases of COVID-19 and 36 additional deaths.

Jan. 31 - There were 1,848 new cases of COVID-19 and 43 more deaths reported.

Jan. 30 - The province logged 2,063 new cases, 2,623 recoveries and 73 additional deaths.

Jan. 29 - The province reported 1,837 new cases, 58 deaths and 2,900 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 28 - The province reported 2,093 new cases, 56 deaths and 2,491 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 27 - The province reported 1,670 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 49 deaths and 2,725 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 26 - The province reported 1,740 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 63 deaths and 2,261 recoveries. 

Jan. 25 - The province reported 1,958 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 43 deaths and 2,448 recoveries. 

Jan. 24 - Ontario reported 2,417 new COVID-19 cases and 50 additional deaths on Sunday.

Jan. 23 - The province reported 2,359 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and 52 deaths, 25 of which were residents in a long-term care home.

Jan. 22 - The province reported 2,662 cases, 87 deaths, and 3,375 recoveries. 

Jan. 21 - The province reported 2,632 new cases, however health officials say this includes 102 cases that were missing from Tuesday's total due to a techinical issues. Ontario also reported 46 deaths and 2,990 recoveries. 

Jan. 20 - The province reported 2,655 new cases of COVID-19 and 89 new deaths.

Jan. 19 - The province reported 1,913 new cases, 46 deaths and 2,873 recoveries. Due to a technical issue at Toronto Public Health the amount of cases reported are an underestimation of the actual daily count. 

Jan. 18 - The province reported 2,578 new cases, a single-day drop in cases after reporting more than 2,900 cases for most of January. Ontario also reported 24 deaths and 2,826 recoveries. 

Jan. 17 - There were 3,422 new COVID-19 infections and 69 deaths reported.

Jan. 16 - Ontario recorded more than 3,000 new COVID-19 cases and 51 more deaths related to the disease. 

Jan. 15 - The province reported 2,998 new cases and 100 new deaths. Health officials said 46 of the 100 deaths reported occurred earlier in the pandemic but are now being included. 

Jan. 14 - The province reported 3,326 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 62 new deaths and 3,593 recoveries.

Jan. 13 - For the second day in a row the province reported under 3,000 new cases with 2,961 new infections. The province also reported 74 deaths and 3,392 recoveries. 

Jan. 12 - The province reported 2,903 new COVID-19 cases, 41 deaths and 3,353 recoveries.

Jan. 11 - The province reported 3,338 new cases, 29 deaths and 2,756 recoveries.

Jan. 10 - Health officials reported another record-breaking number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario with 3,945 new cases added on Sunday. The province also recorded 61 more deaths and 2,496 recoveries.

Jan. 9 - Health officials reported 3,443 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Saturday and 40 additional deaths, as the number of patients in the province's ICU soars. 

Jan. 8 -- Ontario reported a record of 4,249 new COVID-19 cases, but some of them were recorded on this day due to a data backlog. 

Jan. 7 - Ontario reported a record-breaking 3,519 new cases of COVID-19, with infections climbing above the 3,500 mark for the first time since the start of the pandemic. The province also logged 89 more deaths, surpassing the province's all-time record of 84 deaths recorded on April 30.

Jan. 6 - Ontario officially surpassed 200,000 cases as officials reported 3,266 new cases of COVID-19. The province also reported 37 deaths and 3,005 recoveries.

Jan. 5 - The province reported 3,128 new cases, 2,015 recoveries and 51 deaths. 

Jan. 4 - The province reported 3,270 new cases and 29 additional deaths.

Jan. 3 – The provinced recorded 2,964 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, in addition to 25 more deaths and 2,175 recoveries.

Jan. 2 – The province recorded 5,839 new cases over the previous two days.

Dec. 31 – The province announced a  new record one-day total of 3,328 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, with case numbers climbing above 3,000 for the first time. Ontario also recorded 56 deaths and 2,213 recoveries.

Dec. 30 – The province announced a record one-day total of 2,923 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, including 19 deaths and 2,237 recoveries.

Dec. 29 – In releasing two days' worth of data, the province announced 2,553 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours and 1,939 new cases in the previous 24.

Dec. 27 – The province added 2,005 new cases, 2.005 recoveries and 18 deaths.

Dec. 26 The province added 4,301 new cases, 4,150 recoveries and 81 deaths over the past two days.

Dec. 24 - The province reported an increase of 2,447 cases, 49 deaths and 2,013 recoveries.

Dec. 23 – The province added 2,408 new cases, 41 deaths and 2,243 recoveries.

Dec. 22 - The province recorded 2,202 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, as well as 21 more deaths and 1,900 recoveries.

Dec. 21 - The province reported 2,123 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 17 deaths and 1,654 recoveries. 

Dec. 20 – The province announced 2,316 cases, 1,931 recoveries and 25 deaths.

Dec. 19 – The province announced 2,357 cases, 1,865 recoveries and 27 deaths.

Dec. 18 - The province reported 2,290 new cases, 40 additional deaths and 1,992 recoveries.

Dec. 17 - Ontario reported 2,432 new cases, the highest number of cases recorded in a single day so far since the start of the pandemic.  The province also reported 23 deaths and 2,009 additional recoveries.

Dec. 16 - Ontario reported 2,139 new cases, 43 deaths and 2,043 additional recoveries. 

Dec. 15 - The province reported 2,275 new cases, a high increase that health officials say is due to an update in how Public Health Ontario extracted and analyzed the data. 

Dec. 14 - The province reported 1,940 new cases, 23 deaths and 1,535 additional recoveries. 

Dec. 13 – The province added 1,677 new cases, 1,678 recoveries and 16 deaths.

Dec. 12 – Health officials added 1,873 new cases, 17 deaths and 1.918 recoveries.

Dec. 11 - Ontario reported 1,848 new cases and 45 deaths, marking the highest number of deaths recorded in the province since June 4 when the same number of deaths were added.

Dec. 10 – Ontario has broken another record for the highest number of COVID-19 cases reported in a single day, with 1,983 cases confirmed on Thursday.

Dec. 9 – Provincial health officials logged 1,890 more infections of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday.

Dec. 8 – Health officials logged 1,676 cases Tuesday, which is the lowest single-day case count since Nov. 26 when 1,478 infections were added.

Dec. 7 - The province reported 1,925 new COVID-19 cases, 26 deaths and 1,412 additional recoveries.

Dec. 6 – The province added 1,924 new cases, marking the second straight day of a record high.

Dec. 5 – The province added 1,859 new cases, 1,624 recoveries and 20 deaths.

Dec. 4 – Ontario is reporting 1,780 new COVID-19 infections Friday as the number of patients in intensive care continues to climb. 

Dec. 3 – The province confirmed 1,824 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, but clarified that the number might be slightly skewed due to a data processing error. 

Dec. 2 - The province reported 1,723 new cases, 35 deaths and 1,686 additional recoveries. 

Dec. 1 - The province reported 1,707 new cases, seven deaths and 1,373 new recoveries. 

Nov. 30 - The province reported 1,746 new COVID-19 cases, eight deaths and 1,320 additional recoveries. 

Nov. 29 – There were 1,708 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as 24 additional deaths.

Nov. 28 – The province reported 1,822 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, which represents a slight decrease from Friday’s total when a record-breaking 1,855 infections were logged. 

Nov. 27 – The province confirmed 1,855 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday. It’s the highest number of cases ever recorded in a single day in Ontario. The previous record high was on Saturday when officials logged 1,588 cases.

Nov. 26 – The province confirmed 1,478 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday

Nov. 25 - The province reported 1,373 new cases, 35 deaths and 1,476 additional recoveries.

Nov. 24 - The province reported 1,009 new cases and 14 new deaths. Due to technical issues the cases reported on Nov. 23 included cases up until 8 p.m. on Nov. 22 instead of the usual 12 p.m., resulting in an overestimated report on Nov. 23 and underestimated count Nov. 24.

Nov. 23 - The province reported 1,589 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 19 additional deaths.

Nov. 22 – There were 1,534 new cases of COVID-19 and 14 deaths linked to the virus recorded.

Nov. 21 – The province added 1,588 new cases, 1,363 recoveries and 21 deaths.

Nov. 20 – On Friday, provincial health officials logged 1,418 new infections of the novel coronavirus, marking the 15th straight day of case counts reaching the quadruple digits.

Nov. 19 – The province reported 1,210 cases new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday. 

Nov. 18 - The province added 1,417 new COVID-19 cases as well as 32 deaths and 1,495 recoveries. 

Nov. 17 - The province reported 1,249 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 12 deaths and 1,135 additional recoveries. 

Nov. 16 - The province reported 1,487 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 10 new deaths and 992 additional recoveries. 

Nov. 15 -- Ontario reported a dip in new cases of COVID-19, to 1,248, as well as 29 deaths -- the most since June.

Nov. 14 - The province reported 1,581 new COVID-19 cases, another daily record.

Nov. 13 - The province reported 1,396 new cases of COVID-19 and 19 new deaths.

Nov. 12 - The province reported 1,575 new cases of COVID-19 and 18 additional deaths.

Nov. 11 - The province reported 1,426 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 15 deaths and 886 recoveries.

Nov. 10 - The province reported 1,388 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 15 deaths and 781 new recoveries. 

Nov. 9 - The province reported 1,242 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 12 new deaths.

Nov. 8 – Breaking a single-day record set the previous day, the province announced 1,328 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 deaths.

Nov. 7 – The province announced 1,132 new cases, 852 recoveries and 11 deaths.

Nov. 6 - The province reported 1,003 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 14 new deaths.

Nov. 5 - The province reported 998 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 13 new deaths. 

Nov. 4 - There were 987 new cases of COVID-19, 945 recoveries and 16 deaths reported.

Nov. 3 – The province announced 1,050 new cases and 14 more deaths.

Nov. 2 - The province reported 948 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths.

Nov. 1 – There were 977 new cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths reported in the past 24 hours.

Oct. 31 – Health officials in Ontario are reporting 1,015 new cases and nine more deaths on Saturday.

Oct. 30 – Health officials reported 896 cases on Friday, bringing the seven-day average to 909 cases daily.

Oct. 29  – Health officials announced 934 new cases, 10 deaths and 820 recoveries.

Oct. 28 - The province reported 834 new cases of COVID-19, 773 recoveries and five new deaths.

Oct. 27 - The province reported 827 new cases of COVID-19 and four new deaths.

Oct. 26 - The province reported 851 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths.

Oct. 25 – Health officials announced 1,042 new cases, a record in the province. Seven deaths and 736 recoveries were also announced.

Oct. 24 – The province 978 new cases on Saturday, which is higher than the previous record of 939 set back on Oct. 9.

Oct. 23  – The province added 826 new cases of COVID-19 Friday morning, down from the 841 infections recorded a day earlier.

Oct. 22 – Health officials confirmed an additional 841 new infections on Thursday and another nine deaths related to the disease.

Oct. 21 - The province reported 790 new COVID-19 cases as well as nine additional deaths.

Oct. 20 - Health officials announced 821 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths.

Oct. 19 - The province reported 704 new cases of COVID-19 as well as four deaths.

Oct. 18 – The province announced 658 new cases of COVID-19, as well as five deaths and 685 recoveries.

Oct. 17 – The province announced 805 new cases, 10 deaths and 682 recoveries.

Oct. 16 – Ontario reported another 712 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, marking the fifth day of more than 700 cases.

Oct. 15 – Ontario reported another 783 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

Oct. 14 – Ontario reported another 721 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

Oct. 13 - The province reported 746 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths on Tuesday. Over the last two days the province added a total of 1,553 new cases.

Oct. 11 – Health officials announced 649 new cases, one death and 705 recoveries.

Oct. 10 – The province announced 809 new cases, 700 recoveries and seven deaths.

Oct. 9 – Health officials confirmed 939 new infections Friday morning, smashing the previous record of 797 cases set on Thursday.

Oct. 8 – The province announced 797 new cases, its highest number of new cases since the start of the pandemic. It also announced 695 recoveries and four deaths.

Oct. 7 - The province reported 583 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one additional death.

Oct. 6 - The province reported an increase of 548 new COVID-19 cases as well as seven deaths.

Oct. 5 - The province added 615 new cases of COVID-19 as well as five new deaths.

Oct. 4 – The province announced 566 new cases, seven deaths and 534 recoveries. Some of these cases and deaths date back to the spring and summer, the province said.

Oct. 3 – The province announced 653 new cases, 41 deaths and 435 recoveries. Officials said 37 deaths occurred in the summer and spring, and are just being announced now because of a data correction.

Oct. 2 - The province added a record 732 COVID-19 cases -- the most new cases reported in a single day. The province also reported 76 deaths - 74 of them, however, are from the spring and summer that were not recorded until now due to a data correction.

Oct. 1 - The province added 538 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths.

Sept. 30 - The province added 625 new COVID-19 cases and four new deaths.

Sept. 29 - The province reported 554 new cases of COVID-19, a siginficant drop after the previous day saw an increase of 700 cases. 

Sept. 28 - The province reported its highest single-day increase since the beginng of the pandemic with 700 cases of COVID-19 announced.

Sept. 27 – There were 491 new cases announced, the highest one-day total since May 2, as well as two deaths.

Sept. 26 – The province announced 435 new cases and 338 recoveries.

Sept. 25 – Health officials confirmed 409 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday. The province had reported the same number of new infections on Thursday.

Sept. 24 – Health officials confirmed 409 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday.

Sept. 23 - The province reported 335 new cases of COVID-19 as well as three new deaths.

Sept. 22 - Health officials reported 478 new COVID-19 cases, marking the highest single-day count since May where 511 cases were reported. Three additional deaths were also reported.

Sept. 21 - Health officials announced 425 new cases of COVID-19, marking the highest single-day report since June 2 where 446 cases were reported. Two additional deaths were also reported.

Sept. 20 – Ontario's seven-day rolling average COVID-19 new case count continued to rise, with 365 new diagnoses reported as well as one death.

Sept. 19 – Health officials announced 407 new cases, one death and 177 recoveries.

Sept. 18 – Health officials reported 401 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, which is the highest number of new cases since June 2 when 446 infections were added. 

Sept. 17 – Health officials logged 293 new infections on Thursday, which is a slight decrease from the 313 cases on Wednesday.

Sept. 16 - The province reported 315 new COVID-19 cases, surpassing the 14-week high that was previously reported on Monday. Two additional deaths were also announced.

Sept. 15 - Health officials reported 251 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, four additional deaths and 117 new recoveries.

Sept. 14 - The province added 313 new cases of COVID-19, marking the highest number of cases reported in a single day since June 7 where the province reported 415 cases. One new death was also reported.

Sept. 13 -- Health officials confirmed an additional 204 cases of COVID-19 and one death in the province on Sunday. The new cases continue to mark a spike in numbers after several weeks of daily case counts below the 200 mark.

Sept. 12 -- Ontario reported 232 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, marking a second day of spiking case loads.

Sept. 11 – Ontario’s daily COVID-19 case count has surpassed 200 for the first time in almost two months. On Friday, provincial health officials logged 213 new patients infected with the novel coronavirus.

Sept. 10 – The province reported 170 new cases of COVID-19, marking the 15th day in a row in which the number of new infections has surpassed 100.

Sept. 9 – The province reported 149 new cases of COVID-19 and 136 new recoveries.

Sept. 8 – The province reported 185 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. During the holiday there were 190 cases that were logged but not released, bringing the total amount of cases added within two days to be 375. 

Sept. 6 – Ontario reported 158 new cases of COVID-19, including 109 in and around Toronto, as well as two deaths.

Sept. 5 – The province reported 169 new cases of COVID-19, marking the highest daily case count since the end of July.

Sept. 4 – The province added 148 new cases of COVID-19 and 116 additional recoveries. One death was also removed from the province death toll.

Sept. 3 – The number of new COVID-19 infections in Ontario has surpassed 100 for the eighth day in a row. Health officials reported 132 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday

Sept. 2 - Health officials reported 133 new cases of COVID-19 and 137 additional recoveries.

Sept. 1 - The province reported 112 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

Aug. 31 - Ontario added 114 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

Aug. 30 – The province has recorded 112 new cases, one death and 78 recoveries.

Aug. 29 – The province announced 148 new cases and 103 recoveries. This marked Ontario’s highest daily increase in more than a month.

Aug. 28 – Provincial health officials logged an additional 122 patients infected with the novel coronavirus on Friday.

Aug. 27 – The province recorded 118 new COVID-19 cases as well as one additional death. Cases crept back into triple digits after a one-day dip below 100.

Aug. 26 – The province saw a slight dip with 88 COVID-19 cases reported, the number dipping below 100 for the first time in six days. Provincial health officials also recorded two new deaths.

Aug. 25 – The province reported 100 new COVID-19 cases, marking the fifth day in a row that the province has recorded cases in the triple digits. Two new deaths were also reported.

Aug. 24 – The province reported 105 new COVID-19 cases as well as one new death.

Aug. 23 – The province announced 115 new cases and 108 recoveries.

Aug. 22 – The province announced 108 cases, 90 recoveries and one death.

Aug. 21 – Ontario is reporting more than 100 new cases of COVID-19, but health officials say that total is an overestimation due to a glitch that resulted in missing numbers on Thursday. Eleven public health units were unable to submit their new case numbers on Thursday due to an issue – those numbers were added on Friday, which brought the total daily count to 131 new cases.

Aug. 20 – Ontario’s Health Minister Christine Elliott stated on Thursday that the province is confirming 76 cases of the novel coronavirus but says that number is missing information due to an issue with their Integrated Public Health Information System.

Aug. 19 - The province reported 102 new cases of COVID-19.

Aug. 18 - The province added 125 new COVID-19 cases, marking the highest number of cases reported since July 31. Four additional deaths were also reported.

Aug. 17 - The province reported 99 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 83 additional recoveries. 

Aug. 16 – The province announced 81 new cases and 80 recoveries.

Aug. 15 – The province announced 106 new cases, one death and 101 recoveries.

Aug. 14 - Health officials reported 92 new cases of COVID-19, a slight increase compared to yesterday, even with the addition of Thursday's missing data from Toronto Public Health. One death was also reported.

Aug. 13 - Health officials reported 78 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the provincial total to 40,367. The number of recoveries jumped by 99 cases. There were no new deaths.

Aug. 12 - The province reported 95 new cases of COVID-19, a significant increase after having only 33 new cases reported the previous day. One new death and 134 new recoveries were also announced.

Aug. 11 - The province reported 33 new COVID-19 cases, marking the lowest number of cases reported since March 18. An additional 75 new recoveries were also added.

Aug. 10 - Health officials reported a slight increase in COVID-19 cases as 115 new cases were added on Monday. An additional 102 recoveries were also added to the province total.

Aug. 9 – Health officials announced 79 new cases, two deaths, and 148 recoveries.

Aug. 8 – The province announced 70 new cases, 107 recoveries and one death.

Aug. 7 – Provincial health officials logged 88 new patients infected with the novel coronavirus on Friday, bringing the total number of lab-detected cases in Ontario, including deaths and recoveries, to 39,897.

Aug. 6 – Ontario is reporting fewer than 100 new cases of COVID-19 for the fourth consecutive day. Health officials logged 95 new lab-confirmed infections of the novel coronavirus on Thursday.

Aug. 5 - For the third straight day, the province reported less than 100 new COVID-19 cases as they added 86 new cases on Wednesday. Recoveries were also up by 146.  

Aug. 4 - Ontario reported 91 new cases of COVID-19, four new deaths and 242 additional recoveries. During the holiday on Monday, the province added 88 new cases, for a total of 179 new cases added from the past two days. 

Aug. 2 – There were 116 new cases reported, marking the third straight day of at least 100.

Aug. 1 – The province added 124 new cases, two deaths and 163 recoveries.

July 31 – Provincial health officials logged 134 new patients of the novel coronavirus on Friday, bringing the total number of cases in Ontario to 39,209.

July 30 – Ontario is reporting fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases for the second straight day. Health officials reported 89 new infections on Thursday, which is up slightly from yesterday when 76 new cases were confirmed. 

July 29 - The province reported 76 new COVID-19 cases, marking the first time since March that cases have been under 100. One additional death was also reported and 174 new recoveries.

July 28 - Health officials reported 111 new COVID-19 cases, four new deaths and 106 additional recoveries.

July 27 - The province reported a slight dip in cases with 119 new COVID-19 cases announced on Monday. One new death and 102 new recoveries were also reported. 

July 26 -- Provincial health officials logged 137 new infections of the novel coronavirus on Sunday, bringing the total number of cases in Ontario to 38,680.

July 25 – The province recorded 138 new cases of COVID-19 and one death on Saturday, a slight decrease compared to the to the nearly 200 infections logged the day prior.

July 24 – The province recorded another surge in cases with 195, nearly double the number of new infections compared to the previous day, with 3 new deaths. More than 65 per cent of the cases are in people under the age of 40.

July 23 – Health officials confirmed 103 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday,  a decrease from the 165 cases reported Wednesday. The province also reported no deaths recorded in the last 24-hour period.

July 22 – Health officials confirmed 165 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, which is a decrease from the 203 cases reported on Tuesday.

July 21 - The province reported its highest number of cases of record since June with 203 new cases of COVID-19. One new death was also reported and 92 additional recoveries. 

July 20 - Health officials announced an additional 135 news cases of COVID-19, 106 recoveries and one new death. 

July 19 -- Health officials reported 164 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday. Three more deaths were also recorded, bringing the province’s death toll to 2,751.

July 18 – Health officials confirmed 166 new infections in Ontario, a slight increase in new cases.

July 17 – Ontario health officials recorded 111 new cases of COVID-19 for the second straight day.

July 16 – Health officials reported 111 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the provincial total to 37,163 infections.

July 15 – Ontario is reporting another dip in COVID-19 cases, reporting the lowest number of new infections in 16 weeks. Health officials confirmed 102 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday. 

July 14 - Health officials reported 111 new cases and a decrease in deaths with just one reported on Tuesday. The province also added 122 recoveries. 

July 13 - Health officials reported 116 new cases of COVID-19, three deaths and 129 additional recoveries. 

July 12 – There were 129 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Ontario on Sunday, as well as three related deaths.

July 11 – The province announced 130 new cases, six deaths and 267 recoveries.

July 10 – Officials confirmed an additional 116 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday.

July 9 – Officials confirmed an additional 170 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, saying that 86 people infected are from Windsor-Essex, a region that has grappled with outbreaks among migrant workers.

July 8 - Ontario added 118 new cases of COVID-19 as well as nine deaths and 202 recoveries.

July 7 - Ontario added 112 new cases of COVID-19 as well as two new deaths and 177 new recoveries. 

July 6 - The province added 154 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths for the first time in months. Ontario also reported 160 new recoveries. 

July 5 -- There were 138 new infections reported, as well as two deaths.

July 4  – The province announced 121 cases, 174 recoveries and five deaths.

July 3 – Officials confirmed an additional 165 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday, a slight increase from the 153 cases recorded on Thursday and the 149 cases on Wednesday.

July 2 – Health officials confirmed 153 cases of the novel coronavirus on July 2. Ontario has recorded fewer than 200 new cases of COVID-19 the last three days in a row.

July 1 – Health officials confirmed another 149 new infections on July 1.

June 30 – The province reported 157 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths. Ontario also reported 148 new recoveries. 

June 29 – Ontario announced a slight increase in cases with 257 new cases of COVID-19, as well as seven deaths and 89 recoveries.

June 28 – The province announced 178 new cases of COVID-19, as well as six deaths and 175 recoveries.

June 27 – The province announced 160 new cases, eight deaths and 178 recoveries.

June 26 - Ontario health officials reported 111 new cases of COVID-19, the lowest number of new cases recorded since March 25. The province also reported 3 deaths and 226 recoveries.

June 25 - The province announced 189 new cases of coronavirus, 10 deaths and 192 recoveries.

June 24 - The province reported 163 new cases of COVID-19, 12 new deaths and 229 recoveries

June 23 – The province has reported 216 cases of COVID-19, a slight spike after having fewer than 200 cases throughout the past few days. Health officials also announced 10 more deaths and 174 new recoveries. 

June 22 – The province announced 161 new cases of coronavirus, three new deaths and 214 more recoveries. 

June 21  – Health officials announced 175 new cases, 11 deaths and 251 recoveries.

June 20 – Health officials announced 206 new cases, 31 deaths and 218 recoveries.

June 19 – The number of new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Ontario continues to remain below the 200 mark for the sixth day in a row. Health officials added 178 new lab-confirmed cases Friday morning, representing a daily growth rate of 0.5 per cent.

June 18 – Ontario has reported another dip in the number of new COVID-19 cases, recording the lowest number of new infections in nearly 12 weeksHealth officials reported 173 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, the lowest number since March 28.

June 17 – Health officials announced 190 new cases of the virus and 12 deaths. Ontario also reported 353 new recoveries. 

June 16 – Ontario reported 184 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 more deaths. The province also reported 218 new recoveries. 

June 15 – Ontario reported 181 new cases of COVID-19, marking the lowest number of new cases since March. The province also announced eight more deaths and 252 recoveries. 

June 14 – Health officials announced 197 new cases of COVID-19, 12 deaths and 423 recoveries.

June 13 – The province announced 266 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, along with nine deaths and 351 recoveries.

June 12 – Health officials reported 182 new cases of the disease on Friday, bringing the provincial total to 31,726. This was the first time the case number fell into the 100s since March. 

June 11 – Ontario has recorded the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in nearly 11 weeks. Health officials reported 203 new cases of the disease on Thursday, bringing the provincial total to 31,544.

June 10 – The province announced 251 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 more deaths. There was also an increase in resolved cases with a total of 551 recoveries. 

June 9 – Ontario reported 230 new cases as well as 14 more deaths. This is the second day in a row that the province announced less then 300 cases of the virus in more than ten weeks.

June 8 – Ontario health officials announced 243 new cases of the virus and 24 deaths, marking the lowest number of confirmed cases the province had since late March. The province also announced 240 recoveries. 

June 7 – The province announced 415 cases on Sunday. Of those, 223 were cases not previously announced because of lab-related reporting delay. Nineteen new deaths were also announced.

June 6 The province recorded 455 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. Health officials say 68 of those cases stemmed from a delay in lab reporting.

June 5 -- Ontario health officials recorded 344 new cases of COVID-19 Friday morning as well as 15 deaths.

June 4 -- Health officials in Ontario confirmed an additional 356 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, as well as 45 more deaths.

June 3 -- Health officials confirmed an additional 338 cases on Wednesday, as well as 19 more deaths.

June 2 -- Health officials confirmed an additional 446 cases on Tuesday, which is the highest number of new infections in over a week, as well as 17 more deaths.

June 1 – The province announced 404 new active cases of COVID-19 today, along with ten deaths.

May 31 -- The province announced 326 new active cases of COVID-19 today, as well as 19 more deaths.

May 30 – The province announced 323 new active cases of COVID-19 today, along with 17 deaths.

May 29 – The province announced 344 new active cases of COVID-19 today, along with 41 deaths.

May 28 – The province announced 383 new active cases of COVID-19 today, along with 34 deaths.

May 27 – The province announced 292 new active cases of COVID-19 today, along with 32 deaths.

May 26 – The province announced 287 new cases of COVID-19 today; this is the lowest number of new cases reported since March 31st. Health officials also announced 21 new deaths.

May 25 – The province announced the 5th day in a row with over 400 new cases of COVID-19; 404 were added. Health officials also announced 29 new deaths and 221 recoveries.

May 24 – The province announced another spike in cases on Sunday with 460 reported. Health officials also announced 25 new deaths and 331 recoveries.

May 23 – Health officials announced 412 new cases and 27 more deaths.

May 22 -- Health officials in Ontario report 441 new cases of COVID-19. The province also adds 28 deaths.

May 21 -- Health officials in Ontario report 413 new cases of COVID-19. The province also adds 31 deaths.

May 20 -- Provincial health officials confirmed 390 new cases of the novel coronavirus, as well as 43 more COVID-19 deaths in Ontario.

May 19 -- Health officials in Ontario report 427 new cases of COVID-19. The province also adds 15 deaths.

May 18 -- Ontario health officials reported another 304 new cases of COVID-19 and 23 more deaths, bringing the total number of deceased patients in the province to just over 1,900.

May 17 – Ontario reported 340 new cases of COVID-19, 23 deaths and 340 new recoveries. 

May 16 – The province announced 391 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, along with 33 deaths. New recoveries came in at 379.

May 15 -- Health officials in Ontario report 341 new cases of COVID-19. The province also adds 27 deaths.

*On May 15th, the province reports a data error, as noted by Health Minister Christine Elliott.  Yesterday, 87 new cases were missed, and the Ontario tally should have read 345, not 258

May 14 -- Health officials in Ontario report 258 new cases of COVID-19; the lowest number in more than six weeks. The province also adds 33 deaths.

May 13 -- The province announced 329 new active cases of COVID-19, along with 40 deaths.

May 12 -- The province announces 361 new active cases of COVID-19, along with 56 deaths.

May 11 – Ontario records 308 new cases of COVID-19 while also adding 35 more deaths, health officials confirm.

May 10 – Ontario recorded its lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since the end of March on Sunday, when they announced 294 cases. The province added 35 deaths and 389 recoveries.

May 9 – Health officials in Ontario announced its lowest number of cases in more than a month at 346. The province also recorded 59 new deaths.

May 8 – The province confirmed 477 new cases of the virus on Friday, the biggest single-day spike since May 2.

May 7 – The province adds 399 new cases of the virus, bringing the total number in the province to 19,121. Ontario has recorded 48 new COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the total to 1,477.

May 6 – The province adds 412 new cases of the virus , bringing the total number in the province to 18,722. Ontario has recorded 1,429 COVID-19-related deaths.

May 5 – Ontario has recorded 387 new cases of COVID-19 in the province and has added 61 new deaths, health officials confirm

May 4 – Ontario has recorded another dip in COVID-19 cases but has added 84 new deaths, according to the province's health officials. Officials reported 370 new cases of the virus on Monday.

May 3 – Health officials announced 434 new cases on Sunday, along with 40 deaths.

May 2 – The province announced 511 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, along with 55 deaths.

May 1 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 421 new cases of COVID-19 and 39 more deaths.

April 30 - Ontario reports 459 new cases of COVID-19, along with 86 deaths- the highest reported spike in deaths so far.

April 29 – The number of single day COVID-19 cases in Ontario has dropped significantly, with provincial health officials confirming 347 new cases and 45 more deaths.

April 28 – Ontario health officials have confirmed another 525 cases of COVID-19, as well as 59 more deaths. This marks the single-day high for total deaths.

April 27 – Ontario health officials have confirmed another 424 cases of COVID-19, as well as 57 more deaths.

April 26 – The province confirmed an additional 437 cases of the virus, including 24 more deaths.

April 25 – The province announced 476 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, along with 48 additional deaths. Ontario also announced 422 new recoveries.

April 24 – Ontario health officials confirmed an additional 640 cases of COVID-19 Friday morning as well as 50 deaths related to the virus. This marks the highest number of cases reported in a single day.

April 23 – Ontario health officials logged 54 new COVID-19 deaths and recorded a single-day high by confirming 634 more cases on Thursday, as the province continues to ramp up testing for the novel coronavirus.

April 22– Ontario health officials have confirmed an additional 510 cases of COVID-19 as well as 37 more deaths.

April 21 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 551 more cases of COVID-19 and 38 new deaths.

April 20 – Ontario recorded a new single-day high on Monday as health officials confirmed 606 more cases of COVID-19. The new patients were announced as the province confirmed an additional 31 deaths linked to the novel coronavirus.

April 19 – The province announced 568 new cases on Sunday, along with 39 new deaths. Health officials also announced 334 recoveries.

April 18 – The province announced 485 new cases of COVID-19, bringing Ontario to more than 10,000 cases. Health officials also announced 36 additional deaths.

April 17 – Ontario's COVID-19 fatalities and case numbers have climbed to a single-day high, with 55 deaths and 564 cases reported on Friday morning.

April 16 – Ontario health officials have confirmed an additional 38 deaths related to COVID-19 while adding 514 new cases of the virus in the province.

April 15 – Ontario health officials say 51 more people have died as a result of COVID-19, another single-day high in the province, while confirming 494 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday.

April 14 – Ontario health officials say that 43 more people have died as a result of COVID-19, while confirming 483 new cases of the virus Tuesday morning.

April 13 – Ontario health officials confirmed an additional 421 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday morning and 17 new deaths related to the virus.

April 12 – Health officials announced 401 new cases and 21 new deaths on Sunday, bringing the provincial total to more than 7,000 infected.

April 11 – Health officials announced 411 new cases and 31 new deaths on Saturday. Ontario also announced 284 new recoveries.

April 10– The province announced 478 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the provincial total to more than 6,000. Ontario also announced 22 more deaths. Another 269 cases were listed as resolved.

April 9 – The number of deaths related to COVID-19 in Ontario has reached 200. Provincial health officials confirmed 26 new deaths on Thursday morning, while announcing 483 more cases of the novel coronavirus.

April 8 – The total number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario has surpassed 5,000, provincial health officials said Wednesday morning while confirming 550 new cases of the virus, including 21 additional deaths.

April 7 – Ontario health officials confirmed 21 more deaths linked to COVID-19 Tuesday morning, as 379 additional cases of the novel coronavirus were announced.

April 6 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 309 new cases of COVID-19 in the province, including 13 more deaths.

April 5 – The province announced 25 new deaths related to COVID-19 and 408 new cases.

April 4 – The province announced 27 new deaths related to COVID-19 and 375 new cases. The province also announced 196 recoveries.

April 3 – The number of patients infected with COVID-19 across Ontario has surpassed 3,000, as provincial health officials confirmed 462 more cases, including 14 more deaths.

April 2 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 401 more cases of COVID-19, including 16 more deaths, bringing the provincial total to 2,793 patients.

April 1 – On Wednesday, provincial health officials announced 426 more cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total number of infected patients in Ontario to 2,392.

March 31 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 260 more cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 1,966. The number of resolved cases sits at 534.

March 30 – The total number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario has risen to 1,706, as health officials confirmed 351 more cases on Monday. The number of resolved cases in the province has climbed drastically from eight patients to 431. The province confirmed 10 new deaths Monday afternoon.

March 29 – The province saw its biggest single day jump on Sunday as it announced 211 new cases. There are now 1,355 total cases in the province. Four new deaths were also reported, bringing the total in Ontario to 23.

March 28 – Health officials announced 151 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 1,144. The province also announced one death.

March 27 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 135 more cases of COVID-19 in the province, including three new deaths, bringing the total number of patients infected with the novel coronavirus to 993.

March 26 – Ontario health officials have confirmed 170 more cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 858. The province reported two new deaths Thursday afternoon.

March 25 – The total number of COVID-19 cases in Ontario has risen to 688, as health officials confrmed 100 more cases of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday morning, including the province's ninth death. An additional four deaths were reported Wednesday afternoon.

March 24 – Ontario health officials have confirmed an eighth COVID-19 related death in the province, as 85 new cases of the novel coronavirus were announced Tuesday morning. The deceased patient, a man in his 90s, was being treated in Durham Region.

March 23 – On Monday morning, health officials in the province confirmed that 78 more people had tested positive for the virus.

March 22 – The total number of COVID-19 patients in the province has risen to 425, as Ontario health officials confirmed 47 new cases of the novel coronavirus. Toronto and York Region reported their first deaths, involving a man and a woman, both in their 70s, who had recently travelled internationally. The province also announced two new recoveries.

March 21 – Health officials confirmed an additional 59 cases of COVID-19 and one death of a Barrie man in his 70s. Nine of the new cases were travel-related, while five others were tied to contact with previously reported cases.

March 20 – The total of COVID-19 patients in the province rose to 318, as Ontario health officials confirmed 60 additional cases of the novel coronavirus by day's end.

March 19 – Officials announced 43 new cases and one death in the province, bringing Ontario's total to 258 cases confirmed. A man in his 50s with underlying health conditions became the province's second death.

March 18 – Ontario confirmed 25 new cases (two of which were already included in the CTV News tally on Tuesday). Most of those cases involve people who recently travelled to places such as the United States, the Caribbean, Mexico and Europe, or who are in close contact with other confirmed cases. Three of the new cases are in Toronto.

March 17 – Thirteen new cases were announced in Ontario, including one death. On Tuesday, Ontario's health minister confirmed that a 77-year-old man in the Muskoka region had died. The virus was discovered after the man's death, and as of Tuesday morning, it was unclear whether the virus was the cause of death. A fourteenth case was announced late Tuesday night in Algoma, Ont.

March 16 – Thirty-two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Ontario, bringing the provincial total to 177.

March 15 – Health officials confirmed 42 new cases of COVID-19, marking the biggest single-day jump since Ontario public health began tracking cases. Of the 42 new cases, there are 14 in Toronto, five in Peel, five in Ottawa, three in Hamilton, three in York Region, two in Waterloo, two in Durham, two in Simcoe-Muskoka, two in Grey-Bruce, one in Niagara, one in Haliburton-Kawartha-Pineridge, one in Peterborough and the location of one case listed as 'pending.' All but one case is currently in self-isolation. The patient from Simcoe-Muskoka has been hospitalized.

March 14 – Ontario’s ministry of health reported 24 new cases of COVID-19 in the province, including nine cases in the city of Toronto. At least two of the latest cases cited travel to the United States as the cause of infection, while two others transmitted the virus while travelling in Asia.

March 13 – 19 new cases were confirmed, involving 8 women, 6 men, 5 with details yet to be confirmed. They involve travel to or close contact with someone who had travelled to the United States, Egypt and elsewhere. Eighteen of the new cases were in self-isolation, 17 were in the Greater Toronto Area and another was from the Waterloo region. A woman in her 80s from the Niagara region was hospitalized.

March 12 – Ontario health officials announced 17 new cases of COVID-19, including patients in the Toronto, Peel, Waterloo and Muskoka regions. All have been released are in an self-isolation.

Most notably, one of the new cases involved a baby boy who came in close contact with another patient. He was treated at the North York General Hospital in Toronto before being released.

Among the 17 cases, 13 have connections to recent travel, while the other four came in close contact with patients who’ve already tested positive for the virus.

An 18th case was added late in the evening: Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, tested positive for COVID-19. She had recently returned from a trip to Britain. The prime minister said he was not showing any symptoms but was self-isolating for two weeks as a precaution.

March 11 – Five new cases were reported across Ontario.

Ottawa’s first case involves a man in his 40s who recently travelled to Austria. He is self-isolating at home after visiting the Ottawa hospital. As of March 9, Austria reported 182 cases of the virus.

Three patients in the Greater Toronto Area tested positive for the virus. Those patients include a woman in her 30s who recently travelled to Egypt, and a man and a woman in their 30s who recently travelled to the U.S. The man sought care at Toronto Western Hospital and the woman attended Hamilton Health Sciences. Both are self-isolated at home.

The fifth case involves a woman in her 40s who recently travelled to the U.S. She is in self-isolation.

March 10 – Ontario health officials confirmed the province's 36th case, a man in his 40s who travelled to Switzerland and was in self-isolation. The 37th case was reported later in the same day – a patient in Sudbury. The Sudbury man had recently travelled to Toronto for the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference on March 2 and 3. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke at the conference on March 2.

March 9Ontario reported three new cases. The first two involved a man in his 80s and a woman in her 70s who recently travelled to Iran, and were tested at North York General Hospital.

That evening, Ontario confirmed its third new case of the day: a woman in her 30s who was tested at the Brampton Civic Hospital. She had come in close contact with someone who had previously tested positive for the virus. All three are self-isolating.

March 8 – A woman in her 40s who had returned from Colorado on March 2nd was the 29th confirmed case in Ontario. She was seen at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and was in self-isolation.

Later in the day, a woman in her 60s who returned from France on March 2 and was tested at Scarborough Health Network - General Site on March 7 and a man in his 60s who returned from Washington, D.C. on March 3 and was tested at North York General Hospital on March 7, were confirmed as the province’s 30th and 31st cases.

That evening, a man in his 50s who was tested at Brampton Civic Hospital and recently travelled to Germany was also confirmed to have the virus. He is self-isolating.

March 6 – Ontario’s Ministry of Health announced five more confirmed cases, including the wife of the province’s 23rd patient and bringing the province’s total confirmed cases to 28.The woman and man, both in their 60s, were aboard the Grand Princess Cruise Shipthat sailed in February to Mexico. The couple returned to Canada on Feb. 28 and were tested at Trillium Health Partners - Mississauga Hospital.

A man in his 40s who had travelled to Las Vegas and returned on Feb. 28, was tested at Toronto Western Hospital. The third new case was a man in his 50s who returned home from Iran on Feb. 27 and was tested at North York General on March 3. The two latest cases were a man in his 20s who returned from Italy on March 3 and was tested at Mount Sinai Hospital and a woman in her 60s who returned from Iran on March 2 and was tested at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital. All cases were in self-isolation at home.

March 5The province confirmed two new cases involving a woman in her 50s who returned from Italy on March 3 and went to Kitchener, Ont.’s Grand River Hospital with mild symptoms. The other case was a man in his 60s who recently returned from Iran on Feb. 29. Both went into self-isolation at home.

Peel Regional Health later confirmed the province’s 23rd case, a man in his 60s who was aboard the Grand Princess Cruise Ship out of San Francisco from February 11-21 and returned to Canada on February 28.

March 3Two new cases involving residents in the Greater Toronto Area were confirmed, bringing the Ontario total to 20. A woman in her 70s from York Region who came back from Egypt on Feb. 20 was tested on March 1, while a man in his 50s who returned from Iran on Feb. 25 was tested at North York General on Feb. 29. Both were in self-isolation.

March 2Three new cases were confirmed in Ontario, bringing Canada's total to 27.

A Toronto woman in her 60s, who returned from Egypt on Feb. 20, was tested at Mackenzie Health in Richmond Hill on Feb. 29 and went into self-isolation.

Another woman in her 70s, who also returned from Egypt on Feb. 20, is the roommate of a confirmed case in North York.

A man in his 60s, who recently returned from Iran, is a close contact of another case in North York.

March 1 – Ontario confirmed four new cases.

A Toronto man in his 50s, temporarily living in Vaughan, was tested at Mackenzie Health on Feb. 28. He is the brother of one of the previously reported cases with a travel history to Iran. He had no community exposure and was in self-isolation.

A man in his 40s and the husband the 34-year-old woman confirmed on Feb. 29 was tested at Mackenzie Health in Richmond Hill on Feb 28. He had returned with his wife and toddler from Iran on Feb. 26 and self-isolated prior to developing symptoms.

A man in his 60s, who had returned from Iran on Feb. 23, was tested on Feb. 28 at North York General Hospital, discharged and went into self-isolation the same day.

A female in her 70s from Newmarket is a contact of, and was in Egypt with the eighth case that was reported on Feb. 28. She was seen at Southlake Regional Health Centre on Feb. 29, tested, and went into self-isolation.

Feb. 29 – Ontario confirmed three new cases of COVID-19.

A 34-year-old woman, with a travel history to Iran, was tested at Mackenzie Health in Richmond Hill on Feb. 27, one day after arriving in Toronto. She was not admitted, but was in self-isolation.

A 51-year-old woman, who returned to Toronto from Iran on Feb. 22, went to a clinic in Ajax on Feb. 28. She was tested at Lakeridge Health Ajax Pickering, discharged and put in self-isolation.

Her 69-year-old husband, who accompanied her to the clinic and hospital was also tested, discharged, and put in self-isolation. He did not have any recent travel history to Iran.Feb. 28 – A man in his 50s who arrived in Toronto on Feb. 25 with a travel history to Iran, was the province’s seventh case and Canada’s 15th. He went to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre on Feb. 26, was tested and discharged the same day and went into self-isolation.

A man in his 80s, with a travel history to Egypt, was Ontario’s eighth case. He arrived in Toronto on Feb. 20 and went to Scarborough Health Network’s General Hospital on Feb. 27. He was tested and discharged the same day, and was in self-isolation.

Feb. 27 – The husband of Ontario’s sixth case, a man in his 60s, tested positive for the virus and was in self-isolation at home.

Feb. 26 – A Toronto woman in her 60s with a travel history to Iran was the 12th confirmed case in Canada and Ontario’s fifth case. She went to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre on Feb. 24 where she was tested and discharged the same day, and went into self-isolation.

Feb. 23 – A woman in her 20s from Toronto was the 10th presumptive case in Canada and fourth in Ontario. She arrived from China and went to North York General Hospital on Feb. 21 and was tested. She was discharged and went into self-isolation at home.

Jan. 31 – Ontario confirmed its third case in London. A woman in her 20s arrived in Toronto from China on Jan. 23 without any symptoms. She began exhibiting symptoms the next day, on Jan. 24, was tested the same day and was otherwise in isolation at home. Status: Recovered as of Feb. 12.

Jan. 27 – Ontario confirmed its second presumptive case in Toronto. The patient, who had been in self-isolation at home since returning to Canada, is the wife of the first patient. Status: Recovered as of Feb. 23.

Jan. 25The first case was reported in Toronto, Ontario. On Thursday, Jan 23, a patient was admitted to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre with a fever and respiratory symptoms and put under isolation. The patient had just returned from Wuhan, China, where the outbreak began, but had taken precautions since leaving China. Status: Recovered as of Feb. 23.

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Cases

Total Confirmed Presumptive
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Status

Active Recovered Deceased
1,106 365,451 11,241

Test Details

Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

August 2 - The province reported 154 new cases and an overall total of 501 new cases from the last 72 hours.

July 30 - The province reported 125 new cases, one death and 87 recoveries. 

July 29 - Quebec added 138 new cases of COVID-19.

July 28 - Quebec reported 133 new infections and 82 additional recoveries. 

July 27 - Quebec added 73 new cases of COVID-19 and 84 recoveries. 

July 26 - The province reported 75 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. Over the last three days the province added a total of 298 new infections.

July 23 - The province added 101 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one new death.

July 22 - The province reported 99 new cases and three deaths. Additionally, 189 previously reported cases have been removed from the case total after being deemed duplicates. 

July 21 - The province reported 103 new infections, however one previously reported death was removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19. 

July 20 - The province added 76 new cases, however 91 previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 19 - The province reported 61 new cases and one death. Over the last 72 hours the province added a total of 239 new cases.

July 16 - The province added 83 new cases and three new deaths.

July 15 - The province reported 65 new COVID-19 infections and one new death.

July 14 - The province added 75 new cases and 52 recoveries. 

July 13 - Quebec reported 54 new COVID-19 cases and 70 recoveries. 

July 12 - Health officials reported 52 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. Over the last three days, the province added a total of 199 new infections.

July 9 - The province reported 77 new cases and one death. Due to a data correction an additional 210 new cases were added.

July 8 - The province added 64 new infections and 10 additional deaths.

July 7 - The province reported 103 new COVID-19 cases and one new death.

July 6 - The province added 67 new cases and 94 additional recoveries. 

July 5 - The province reported 49 new infections and one new death. Over the past three days Quebec added a total to 176 new cases.

July 2 - Quebec reported 69 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths. Over the last two days the province added a total of 162 new cases. 

June 30 - Quebec added 126 new cases and three deaths. Of the deaths, two occurred between June 23 and June 28 and one before June 23. 

June 29 - The province added 71 new infections and four additional deaths.

June 28 - The province reported 76 new cases of COVID-19 and 393 recoveries. Over the weekend the province reported a total of 254 new cases.

June 25 - The province reported 88 new cases of COVID-19 and 178 recoveries. 

June 24 - The province reported 96 new cases and four deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred between June 17 and June 22 and three before June 17.

June 23 - The province reported 127 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths.

June 22 - The province added 84 new infections and four deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, two between June 15 and June 20 and one before June 15.

June 21 - Quebec reported 90 new cases, marking the first time since August when the province reported less than 100 cases.

June 20 - Health officials reported 103 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths.

June 19 - The province reported 160 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths, as the number of active cases dropped below 1,500 for the first time since August 2020.

June 18 - The province reported 127 COVID-19 cases and two deaths.

June 17 - The province added 161 new cases and one new death that occurred before June 10.

June 16 - Quebec added 153 new infections and one new death. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

June 15 - The province reported 105 new COVID-19 cases and six new deaths. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

June 14 - The province added 123 new cases, one new death and 213 recoveries. 

June 13 - An additional 151 COVID-19 infections and two more deaths were reported.

June 12 - The province added 182 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths.

June 11 - The province reported 180 new cases and one new death.

June 10 - The province reported 189 new cases, two deaths and 255 additional recoveries. 

June 9 - The province added 178 new infections and eight deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, six between June 2 and June 7 and one before June 2. 

June 8 - The province reported 150 new cases and four deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred between June 1 and June 6 and one at an unknown date. 

June 7 - The province reported 193 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths.

June 6 - The province reported its lowest single-day total number of infections in nearly nine months, at 179. One previously reported death was removed from the province's total.

June 5 - The province added 228 new cases of COVID-19 and reported hospitalizations dropped below 300.

June 4 - The province reported 279 new cases and four additional deaths.

June 3 - The province reported 267 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths. 

June 2 - Health officials announced 288 new cases of COVID-19 and five deaths. 

June 1 - The province reported 208 new COVID-19 cases, five deaths and 519 recoveries.

May 31 - Health officials announced 276 new cases, one new death and 532 recoveries. 

May 30 - The province reported 315 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths.

May 29 – Health officials added 410 new cases and seven deaths.

May 28 - The province reported 419 new cases and four deaths. One previously reported death was withdraw after being deemed not COVID-related. 

May 27 - The province reported 436 new cases and 10 deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, six between May 20 and May 25, one before May 20 and two at an unknown date. 

May 26 - The province reported 308 new cases and four deaths.

May 25 - The province reported 346 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths. All of the deaths occurred between May 18 and May 23. 

May 24 - The province reported 433 new cases of COVID-19, 11 deaths and 732 additional recoveries. 

May 23 – The province added 477 new cases and three deaths.

May 22 – The province added 505 new cases and seven deaths. A previously announced death was removed from the provincial total.

May 21 - The province reported 752 new cases and nine additional deaths. Of the deaths, six occurred between May 14 and May 19 and three before May 14. 

May 20 - The province reported 662 new cases and eight deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, six between May 13 and May 18 and one before May 13. 

May 19 - The province reported 584 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths. Of the deaths one occurred in the last 24 hours and seven between May 12 and May 17. 

May 18 - The province added 549 new infections and nine deaths. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

May 17 - Quebec added 551 new infections and eight deaths. Of the deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours and six between May 10 and May 15. 

May 16 - The province reported two deaths from COVID-19, its lowest single-day number since September 2020, as well as 716 new cases.

May 15 - Health officials reported 760 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 897 recoveries and eight deaths. Officials also removed one death, saying it was not attributable to the virus.

May 14 - Quebec recorded 838 new cases of COVID-19 and eight additional deaths.

May 13 - The province reported 781 new infections and five deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred between May 6 and May 11 and two before May 6.

May 12 - Quebec added 745 new infections and 11 additional deaths. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

May 11 - Quebec reported 660 new cases and nine additional deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and eight between May 4 and May 9. 

May 10 - Health officials reported 662 new cases, marking the lowest daily case count since March 23. Six additional deaths were also reported. 

May 9 – Health officials added 960 new cases and six deaths on Saturday.

May 8 – The province added 958 new cases and seven deaths.

May 7 - The province added 919 new cases and five deaths. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19. 

May 6 - The province added 907 new cases and seven deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, five between April 29 and May 4 and one before April 29. 

May 5 - The province reported 915 new cases and five new deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, two between April 28 and May 3 and two before April 28. 

May 4 - The province reported 797 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 16 deaths. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

May 3 - Quebec added 798 new cases and two deaths. 

May 2 - The province reported 1,006 new cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths, as the number of active cases hit its lowest mark since March 30.

May 1 – The province added 1,101 new cases and seven deaths.

April 30 - The province reported an increase of 1,041 new cases and 13 deaths.

April 29 - The province reported 1,042 new cases and 10 deaths. Five previously reported deaths were removed from the count after being deemed not COVID-related. 

April 28 - Quebec added 1,094 new cases and 12 deaths. Additionally, two deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

April 27 - The province reported under 1,000 cases for the second day in a row, with 899 new infections. Additionally, two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

April 26 - Quebec reported 889 new cases, its lowest in 27 days. Eight additional deaths were also reported. 

April 25 - Health officials reported 1,014 new cases and nine deaths.

April 24 - Health officials reported 1,106 new cases and 13 more deaths, including three in the past 24 hours, seven between April 17 and April 22, and three before April 17. Four deaths were removed from the overall total after investigations determined the cause of death was not related to the novel coronavirus.

April 23 - The province reported 1,043 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 additional deaths. 

April 22 - Quebec reported 1,248 new cases and seven deaths. Among the deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours and five between April 15 and April 20. 

April 21 - The province added 1,217 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, three between April 14 and April 19 and two before April 14. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not related to COVID-19.

April 20 - The province reported 1,136 new cases and 17 deaths. Of the deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, 11 between April 13 and April 18 and two at an unknown date. 

April 19 - The province reported 1,092 new cases and 15 deaths. One previously reported death was removed from the count after being deemed not COVID-related.

April 18 - The province reported 1,344 new cases of COVID-19, its lowest number in 11 days, as well as nine deaths.

April 17 - The province reported 1,537 new cases and eight more deaths, including five in the past 24 hours, and three between April 10 and April 15.

April 16 - Health officials reported 1,527 new infections and seven deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, four between April 9 and April 14, one before April 9 and one at an unknown date. 

April 15 - The province reported 1,513 new cases and 15 deaths. Of the deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, nine between April 8 and April 13 and two at an unknown date. 

April 14 - The province reported 1,559 new cases and seven deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and six between April 7 and April 12. 

April 13 - The province reported 1,490 new COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths. Among the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, eight between April 6 and April 11 and one before April 6. 

April 12 - The province added 1,599 new cases and two deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred between April 5 and April 10 and the other before April 5.

April 11 – Health officials announced 1,535 new cases and five deaths.

April 10 – The province announced 1,754 new cases and 11 deaths on Saturday.

April 9 - Health officials announced 1,683 new cases and eight deaths. Of the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours and three between April 2 and April 7. 

April 8 - The province reported 1,609 new cases of COVID-19, as well as nine deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, seven between April 1 and April 6 and one before April 1. 

April 7 - The province reported 1,270 new cases and eight deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and seven between March 31 and April 5. 

April 6 - The province added 1,168 new infections and four deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and three between March 30 and April 4. 

April 5 - The province added 1,252 new cases and four deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, one between March 29 and April 3, one before March 29 and one at an unknown date. 

April 4 - There were 1,154 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as nine more deaths.

April 3 – The province added 1,282 new cases and three deaths on Saturday.

April 2 - The province reported 1,314 new cases of COVID-19, as well as five deaths and 919 recoveries.

April 1 - The province added 1,271 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, five between March 25 and March 30 and three at an unknown date. 

March 31 - The province reported 1,025 new cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours and six between March 24 and March 29. 

March 30 - The province reported 864 new cases and seven additional deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and six between March 23 and March 28. 

March 29 - Quebec reported 891 new infections and five new deaths. Of the new deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours, one between March 22 and March 27 and two before March 27. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not linked to COVID-19. 

March 28 - The province reported 917 new cases of COVID-19 and two related deaths.

March 27 - Health officials reported 1,009 new COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths.

March 26 - The province reported 950 new cases and seven deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, four between March 19 and March 24 and two before March 19. 

March 25 - The province reported 945 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and three between March 18 and March 23. 

March 24 - Quebec reported 783 new cases of COVID-19, as well as eight deaths. Of the deaths, six occurred between March 17 and March 22 and two before March 17. 

March 23 - Quebec reported 656 new cases, four deaths and 665 recoveries. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours and three between March 16 and March 21. 

March 22 - Health officials reported 712 new cases and 15 deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, nine between March 15 and March 20 and three before March 15. 

March 21 - Five deaths were reported along with 648 new cases, the smallest one-day case count in the province in five days.

March 20 - Health officials reported 775 new COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths.

March 19 - Quebec reported 764 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, five between March 12 and March 17, four before March 12 and one at an unknown date. 

March 18 - Quebec reported 702 new cases, bringing the provincial case total to more than 300,000. Seven deaths were also annouced, however one was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

March 17 - The province reported 703 new cases and 13 deaths. Of the deaths, nine occurred between March 10 and March 15 and four before March 10. One previously reported due was removed after being deemed not attributable to the virus. 

March 16 - The province reported 561 new infections and eight deaths. Among the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, three between March 9 and March 14 and two at an unknown date. 

March 15 - The province reported 594 new cases, 10 deaths and 725 recoveries.

March 14 - The province reported 674 new cases and 5 new deaths.

March 13 - Quebec added 789 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths and 741 recoveries.

March 12 - The province reported 753 new cases of COVID-19 and nine deaths. Among the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, five between March 5 and March 10 and one before March 5. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

March 11 - The province logged 738 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, nine between March 4 and March 9, two before March 4 and one at an unknown date. 

March 10 - The province reported 792 cases and 10 additional deaths. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hour, five between March 3 and March 8 and four before March 3. 

March 9 - Quebec saw an increase of 650 COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths. Of the deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, four between March 2 and March 7, three before March 2 and one at an unknown date. 

March 8 - The province reported 579 new cases, nine deaths and 737 recoveries. Of the deaths, six occurred between March 1 and March 6 and three before March 1. 

March 7 - Hospitalizations fell below 600 for the first time since November as the province added 707 cases of COVID-19 and seven more deaths.

March 6  - Health officials recorded 749 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and 10 additional deaths.

March 5 - The province reported 798 new cases, 10 deaths and 877 recoveries. Of the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, five between Feb. 26 and March 3, one before Feb. 26 and one at an unknown date. 

March 4 - Quebec reported 707 new cases of COVID-19 and 20 deaths. Of the deaths four occurred in the last 24 hours, seven between Feb. 25 and Mar. 2 and nine before Feb. 25. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

March 3 - The province reported 729 new cases, and 19 deaths. Among the deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours, eight between Feb. 24 and Mar. 1, eight before Feb. 24 and one at an unknown date. 

March 2 - The province reported 588 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, six between Feb. 23 and Feb. 28 and one at an unknown date. 

March 1 - Quebec reported 613 new cases, six deaths and 834 recoveries. Among the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, three between Feb. 22 and Feb. 27 and two before Feb. 22. 

Feb. 28 - The province reported 737 new cases of COVID-19 and nine related deaths, while removing one death from its tally for not being related to COVID-19.

Feb. 27 - Health officials reported 858 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 more deaths.

Feb. 26 - Quebec reported 815 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 deaths. Among the deaths, eight occurred between Feb. 19 and Feb. 24 and three before Feb. 19. 

Feb. 25 - The province reported 858 new cases and 16 deaths. Of the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, nine between Feb. 18 and Feb. 23, and two before Feb. 18. One previously reported death was removed after being not attributable to COVID-19. 

Feb. 24 - The province reported 806 new cases and 17 deaths. Of the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, seven between Feb. 17 and Feb. 22 and five before Feb. 17. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

Feb. 23 - Quebec reported 739 new COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths. Of the deaths, one occurred in the last 24 hours, nine between Feb. 16 and Feb. 21 and three before Feb. 16. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Feb. 22 - Quebec reported 805 new cases, 11 deaths and 960 recoveries. Of the deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours and nine between Feb. 15 and Feb. 20.

Feb. 21 - The province reported its smallest daily COVID-19 case count in months, at 666, with 15 related deaths.

Feb. 20 - Health officials reported 769 new cases of COVID-19 and 14 more deaths. Of those deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, and 10 occurred between Feb. 13 and Feb. 18.

Feb. 19 - Quebec reported 800 new cases and 14 deaths. Among the death, one occurred in the last 24 hours, 12 between Feb. 12 and Feb. 17 and one before Feb. 12. 

Feb. 18 - The province reported an increase of 900 cases and 10 deaths. Of the deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, four between Feb. 11 and Feb. 16 and two before Feb. 11. Four previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to COVID-19.

Feb. 17 - The province reported an increase of 800 COVID-19 cases and 14 deaths. Of the deaths, 11 occurred between Feb. 10 and Feb. 15, two before Feb. 10 and one at an unknown date. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Feb. 16 - Quebec reported 669 new cases and 20 deaths. Of the deaths, six occurred in the last 24 hours, 13 between Feb. 9 and Feb. 14 and one before Feb. 9. Three previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Feb. 15 - Quebec reported 728 new cases and 16 deaths. Among the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, eight between Feb. 8 and Feb. 13 and three before Feb. 8. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Feb. 14 - The province reported 910 new COVID-19 cases and 15 new deaths. However, officials removed two deaths from the overall total after an investigation showed they were not attributable to COVID-19.

Feb. 13 - The province reported 1,049 new COVID-19 cases and 33 more deaths. However, five previously reported deaths have been removed from the total because they were found not to be attributable to COVID-19. Of the 33 new deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, 21 occurred between Feb. 6 and Feb. 11, and seven occurred before Feb. 6.

Feb. 12 - The province reported 984 new cases and 25 deaths. Of the deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, 13 between Feb. 5 and Feb. 10, seven before Feb. 5 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Feb. 11 - The province reported 1,121 new cases and 37 deaths. Of the deaths, eight occurred in the last 24 hours, 25 between Feb. 4 and Feb. 9 and four occurred before Feb. 4. 

Feb. 10 - Quebec reported 989 new cases and 34 deaths. Of the deaths, eight occurred in the last 24 hours, 16 between Feb. 3 and Feb. 8 and 10 occurred before Feb. 3. 

Feb. 9 - Quebec reported 826 new cases and 32 deaths. Among the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, 22 between Feb. 2 and Feb. 7, four before Feb. 2 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Feb. 8 - The province reported 853 new cases and 17 deaths. Of the deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours, 11 between Feb. 1 and Feb. 6 and four occurred before Feb. 1. Two previously reported deaths were remved after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Feb. 7  - There were 1,081 new cases reported as well as 32 deaths, which pushed the province's total death toll above 10,000.

Feb. 6 - The province added 1,204 new COVID-19 cases and 27 deaths. One death was subtracted from the total after it was found to not be attributable to COVID-19.

Feb. 5 - The province reported 1,101 new cases of COVID-19 and 33 more deaths. A previously recorded death has been removed from the total because it was not attributable to the disease. Of the 33 deaths, seven occurred in the last 24 hours, 18 between Jan. 29 and Feb. 3, six before Jan. 29 and two on an unknown date.

Feb. 4 - Health officials announced 1,093 new COVID-19 cases and 42 additional deaths, including 15 in the past 24 hours, 16 between Jan. 28 and Feb. 2, 10 before Jan. 28, and one death at an unknown date.

Feb. 3 - The province reported 1,053 new COVID-19 cases and 37 deaths. Of the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours, 18 between Jan. 27 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Feb. 2 - The province reported 1,053 new cases and 38 new deaths. Of the deaths, seven occurred in the last 24 hours, 22 between Jan. 26 and Jan. 21 and nine occurred before Jan. 26. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Feb. 1 - Quebec reported 890 new cases and 32 deaths. Of the deaths, 14 occurred in the last 24 hours, 16 between Jan. 25 and Jan. 30 and two occurred before Jan. 25. 

Jan. 31 - The province reported 1,223 new cases of COVID-19 and 31 more deaths, as hospitalizations due to the disease dropped for the fifth day in a row.

Jan. 30 - The province reported 1,367 new cases, 46 deaths, and 1,572 recoveries Saturday.

Jan. 29 - The province reported 1,295 new cases and 50 deaths. Of the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours, 35 between Jan. 22 and Jan. 27 and six occurred before Jan. 22. 

Jan. 28 - The province reported 1,368 new cases of COVID-19 and 39 deaths. Of the deaths, eight occurred in the last 24 hours, 24 between Jan. 21 and Jan. 26, five before Jan. 21 and two occurred at an unknown date. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 27 - Health officials reported 1,328 new cases and 53 deaths. Of the deaths, 16 occurred in the last 24 hours, 30 between Jan. 20 and Jan. 25, four before Jan. 20 and three occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 26 - The province reported 1,166 new cases and 57 additional deaths. Among the deaths, four occurred in the last 24 hours, 49 between Jan. 19 and Jan. 24, three before Jan. 19 and one occurred at an unknown date. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 25 - The province reported 1,203 new cases and 43 deaths. Among the deaths, 12 occurred in the last 24 hours and 31 occurred between Jan. 18 and Jan. 23.

Jan. 24 - Health officials reported 1,457 new cases of COVID-19 and 41 more deaths. Of these deaths,12 have occurred in the last 24 hours, 26 occurred between Jan. 17 and Jan. 22, two occurred before Jan. 17, and one occurred at an unknown date.

Jan. 23 - The province reported 1,685 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday and 76 more deaths.

Jan. 22 - Quebec reported 1,631 new COVID-19 cases and 88 deaths. Of the deaths, 18 occurred in the last 24 hours, 33 between Jan. 15 and Jan. 20, 33 occurred before Jan. 15 and four occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 21 - Quebec reported 1,624 new cases and 66 deaths. Of the deaths, 22 occurred in the last 24 hours, 39 between Jan. 14 and Jan. 19, four occurred before Jan. 14 and one occurred at an unknown date. One previously reported death was removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 20 - The province reported 1,502 new cases and 66 additional deaths. Of the deaths, 10 occurred in the last 24 hours, 42 occurred between Jan. 13 and Jan. 18, 11 occurred before Jan. 13 and three occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 19 - The province reported 1,386 new cases and 55 deaths. Of the deaths, 16 occurred in the last 24 hours, 33 occurred between Jan. 12 and Jan. 17 and six occurred sometime before Jan. 12. 

Jan. 18 - The province reported 1,634 new cases and 32 deaths. Among the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours and 23 occurred between Jan. 11 and Jan. 16. 

Jan. 17 - Health officials recorded 1,744 new COVID-19 cases and 50 more deaths. Of those deaths, eight people are reported to have died within the past 24 hours, 26 deaths were reported between Jan. 10 and Jan. 15, seven before Jan. 10, and nine at an unknown date.

Jan. 16 - Quebec reported 2,225 new COVID-19 cases and 67 deaths Saturday.

Jan. 15 - The province reported 1,918 new cases and 62 deaths. Of the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours, 41 between Jan. 8 and Jan. 13, 11 occurred before Jan. 8 and one occurred at an unknown date. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 14 - The province reported 2,132 new cases and 64 deaths. Of the deaths, 15 occurred in the last 24 hours, 41 between Jan. 7 and Jan. 12, four before Jan. 7 and four occurred at an unknown date. One previously annouced death was removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 13 - Quebec reported 2,071 new cases of COVID-19 and 35 new deaths. Of the deaths, seven occurred in the last 24 hours, 23 between Jan. 6 and Jan. 11, four occurred before Jan. 6 and one occurred at an unknown date. Two previously announced deaths were removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Jan. 12 - The province reported 1,934 new cases and 47 deaths. Of the deaths, 13 occurred in the last 24 hours, 27 between Jan. 5 and Jan. 10, four occurred before Jan. 5 and three occurred at an unknown date. Two previously reported deaths were removed after being deemed not attributable to the virus. 

Jan. 11 - The province reported 1,869 new cases and 52 deaths. Of the deaths, 18 occurred in the last 24 hours, 29 occurred between Jan. 4 and Jan. 9, one occurred before Jan. 4 and three occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 10 - The province added 2,588 new COVID-19 cases, in addition to 39 deaths and 2,684 recoveries.

Jan. 9 - The provice set a new daily record, reporting 3,127 new COVID-19 cases and 41 deaths Saturday.

Jan. 8 - The province reported 2,588 new cases and 45 more deaths due to COVID-19. Of those deaths, 14 occurred in the last 24 hours, 27 between Jan. 1 and 6, three before Jan.1, and one that happened at an unknown date. One previous death was removed from the total because an investigation found it was not related to COVID-19.

Jan. 7 - Quebec reported 2,519 new cases and 74 new deaths due to COVID-19 including 16 in the past 24 hours, 41 between Dec. 31 and Jan. 5, 15 before Dec. 31, and two at an unknown date.

Jan. 6 - The province reported 2,641 new COVID-19 cases and 47 new deaths. Of the deaths, 13 occurred in the last 24 hours, 28 occurred between Dec. 30 and Jan. 4, five occurred before Dec. 30 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 5 - The province reported 2,508 new cases and 62 deaths. Of the deaths, 17 occurred in the last 24 hours, 41 between Dec. 29 and Jan. 3, three occurred before Dec. 29 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 4 - The province reported 2,546 new COVID-19 cases and 32 deaths. Of the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours, 22 between Dec. 28 and Jan 2 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Jan. 3 -- The province reported over 7,613 new cases over three days, including a record-breaking 2,869 in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 31 - The provinced reported a record 2,819 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, in addition to 62 more deaths and 2,002recoveries.

Dec. 30 - Health officials added 2,511 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, the highest single-day increase the province has recorded since the pandemic began.The province also reported 41 more deaths and 1,984 recoveries.

Dec. 29 - Quebec health authorities reported 2,381 new cases of COVID-19 and 64 deaths on Tuesday. Of the latest deaths, 17 took place in the past 24 hours, 39 are from between Dec. 22 and Dec. 27, one is from before Dec. 22 and seven are from an unknown date. 

Dec. 28 – Health officials announced 2,265 new COVID-19 cases, 37 deaths and 1,903 recoveries on Monday. Among the 37 deaths, seven occurred in the last 24 hours, 27 happened between Dec. 21 and Dec. 26, and three occurred at an unknown date.

Dec. 27 – Health officials announced 6.783 new cases, 110 deaths and 5,962 recoveries over the past three days.

Dec. 24 – The province added 2,349 new cases, 46 deaths and 1,926 recoveries. Of those deaths, 13 occurred in the last 24 hours.

Dec. 23 – Health officials announced 2,247 new cases, 74 deaths and 1,602 recoveries. Of those deaths, 11 occurred in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 22 - The province reported 2,183 new COVID-19 cases, 1,804 recoveries and 28 additional deaths. Of the deaths, 10 occurred in the last 24 hours, 14 happened between Dec. 15-20, one before Dec. 15 and three on an unknown date.

Dec. 21 - The province reported 2,108 new cases and 30 deaths. Of the deaths, two occurred in the last 24 hours, 27 between Dec. 14 and Dec. 19 and one occurred before Dec. 14. 

Dec. 20 – Health officials announced 2,146 new cases, 1,799 recoveries and 21 deaths. Of those deaths, three occurred within the past 24 hours.

Dec. 19 – The province added 2038 cases, 44 deaths, and 1,847 recoveries. Of those, two occurred in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 18 - The province added 1,773 new cases and 36 deaths. Of the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, 29 between Dec. 11 and Dec. 16 and two occurred sometime before Dec. 11.

Dec. 17 – The province added 1,855 new cases, 22 deaths and 1,364 recoveries. Of those deaths, only three occurred in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 16 - The province reported 1,897 new cases and 43 deaths. Of the deaths, 13 occurred in the last 24 hours, 25 between Dec. 9 and Dec. 14, three occurred before Dec. 9 and two occurred at an unknown date. One previously annouced death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Dec. 15 - The province reported 1,741 new COVID-19 cases and 39 deaths. Of the deaths, seven occurred in the last 24 hours, 30 between Dec. 8 and Dec. 13 and two occurred at an unknown date. One death was removed after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Dec. 14 - The province reported 1,620 new COVID-19 cases and 25 new deaths. Of the deaths, six occurred in the last 24 hours, 17 between Dec. 7 and Dec 12 and two occurred sometime before Dec. 7.

Dec. 13 - There were 1,994 new cases, 1,580 recoveries and 33 deaths reported.

Dec. 12 – The province added 1,898 new cases, 1,624 recoveries and 40 deaths. Fourteen of those deaths occurred in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 11 - The province reported 1,713 new COVID-19 cases and 53 deaths. Of the deaths, 36 occurred between Dec. 4 and Dec. 9, 10 occurred before Dec. 4 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Dec. 10 – The province added 1,842 new cases, 1,218 recoveries and 33 deaths. Seven of those deaths occurred within the past 24 hours. A previously announced death as also removed from Quebec’s total.

Dec. 9 – The province added 1,728 new cases, 1,119 recoveries and 36 deaths. Seven of those deaths occurred in the past 24 hours. One previously announced death was removed from the provincial total after it was determined the death was not related to COVID-19.

Dec. 8 - The province reported 1,564 new COVID-19 cases and 36 deaths. Of the deaths, 12 ocurred in the last 24 hours, 22 between Dec. 1 and Dec 6 and two occurred sometime before Dec. 1.

Dec. 7 - The province added 1,577 new cases and 22 deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, 18 between Nov. 30 and Dec. 5 and one occurred sometime before Nov. 30. 

Dec. 6 - There were 1,691 new cases of COVID-19 reported, pushing the province's total past 150,000, as well as 24 deaths.

Dec. 5 – Health officials announced 2,031 new cases, 1,279 recoveries and 48 deaths. Of those deaths, 11 occurred in the past 25 hours.

Dec. 4 – The province added 1,345 new cases, 28 deaths and 1,370 recoveries. Of those deaths, only five occurred in the last 24 hours.

Dec. 3 – The province added 1,470 new cases, 982 recoveries and 30 deaths. Of those, only 12 occurred in the past 24 hours.

Dec. 2 - The province reported 1,514 new cases and 43 deaths. Of the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours, 29 between Nov. 25 and Nov. 30 and five occurred sometime before Nov. 25. Two deaths were removed from the total after being deemed not COVID-related. 

Dec. 1 - The province added 1,177 new cases and 28 new deaths. Of the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours, 22 between Nov. 24 and Nov. 29, one before Nov. 2 and two occurred at an unknown date. 

Nov. 30 - The province added 1,333 new cases and 23 new deaths. Of the deaths, eight occurred in the last 24 hours, 14 occurred between Nov. 23 and Nov. 28 and one occurred at an unknown date. 

Nov, 29 - The province reported 1,395 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total above 140,000.

Nov. 28 – The province added 1,480 new cases, 37 deaths and 1,179 recoveries. Of those deaths, 10 occurred in the last 24 hours

Nov. 27 – The province added 1,296 new cases, 37 deaths and 1,236 recoveries. Nine of those deaths occurred in the past 24 hours.

Nov. 26 – The province added 1,464 new cases, 32 deaths and 940 recoveries. Only eight of those deaths occurred within the last 24 hours.

Nov. 25 - Health officials reported 1,100 new COVID-19 cases and 28 deaths. Among the deaths, 12 occurred in the last 24 hours, 14 between Nov. 18 and Nov. 23 and two occurred on an unknown date. 

Nov. 24 - The province reported 1,124 new COVID-19 cases and 45 deaths. Among the deaths, nine occurred in the last 24 hours, 34 between Nov. 16 and Nov. 21 and two occurred before Nov. 17.

Nov. 23 - The province reported 1,164 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 new deaths. Among the deaths, three occurred in the last 24 hours and 10 occurred between Nov. 16 and Nov. 21. 

Nov. 22 – The province added 1,154 new cases, 1,351 recoveries and 23 deaths. Of those deaths, 11 occurred between Nov. 15-20 and one happened on an unknown date.

Nov. 21 – Health officials added 1,189 new cases, 1,408 recoveries and 32 deaths. Twenty-one of those deaths happened between Nov. 14-19, four occurred before then and two happened on unknown dates.

Nov. 20 – The province added 1,259 new cases, 1,526 recoveries and 32 deaths. Twenty-two of the deaths happened between Nov. 13-18, while one occurred on an unknown date. Two previously announced deaths were removed after it was determined that they were not related to COVID-19.

Nov. 19 – The province added 1,207 new cases, 1,175 recoveries and 34 deaths. Of those deaths, 19 occurred between Nov. 12-17, five happened before then and three occurred on an unknown date.

Nov. 18 - The province reported 1,179 new COVID-19 cases and 35 new deaths. Among the deaths, eight occurred in the last 24 hours, 19 between Nov. 11 and Nov. 16, six occurred before Nov. 11 and two occurred at an unknown date. 

Nov. 17 - The province added 982 new cases of COVID-19 and 24 new deaths. Among the deaths, five occurred in the last 24 hours, 18 between Nov. 10 and Nov. 15 and one occurred before Nov. 10. 

Nov. 16 - The province added 1,218 new cases of COVID-19 and 25 new deaths. Among the deaths, six occurred in the last 24 hours and 19 occurred between Nov. 9 and Nov. 14. 

Nov. 15 -- There were 1,211 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 associated deaths reported on Sunday.

Nov. 14 - Quebec reported 1,448 new cases and 25 additional deaths.

Nov. 13 - The province added 1,301 new COVID-19 cases and 30 new deaths. Nine deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, 16 between Nov. 6 and Nov. 11, one death occurred before Nov. 6 and four deaths occurred at an unknown date. 

Nov. 12 - The province added 1,365 new COVID-19 cases and 42 deaths. Nine deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, 27 between Nov. 5 and Nov. 10, two occurred before Nov. 5 and four deaths occurred at an unknown date. 

Nov. 11 - The province added 1,378 new COVID-19 cases and 22 deaths. Six deaths occurred in the last 24 hours and 16 occurred between Nov. 4 and Nov. 9. 

Nov. 10 - The province reported an increase of 1,162 new COVID-19 cases and 38 new deaths. Nine deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, 27 between Nov. 3 and Nov. 8, one before Nov. 3 and one other death occurred at an unknown date. 

Nov. 9 - Health officials announced 1,169 new COVID-19 cases as well as 15 new deaths. Five deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, nine between Nov. 2 and Nov. 7 and one death occurred at a unknown date. 

Nov. 8 – Health officials announced 1,397 new cases, 958 recoveries and nine deaths. Seven of those deaths occurred between Nov. 1-6. The province said 68 missing cases will be added to tomorrow's tally. These have not been added to our totals for Sunday.

Nov. 7– Health officials added 1,234 new cases, 875 recoveries and 28 deaths. Of those deaths, 13 occurred between Oct. 31-Nov. 5, while five happened before then. One previously announced death was removed after it was determined to not be connected to COVID-19.

Nov. 6 – The province added 1,133 new cases, 1,072 recoveries and 25 deaths. Fifteen deaths happened between Oct. 30-Nov.4, three occurred before then and two happened on an unknown date.

Nov. 5 - The province added 1,138 new cases and 28 new deaths linked to COVID-19.

Nov. 4 – The province announced 1,029 new cases, 785 recoveries and 33 deaths. Of those deaths, 16 occurred between Oct. 28-Nov.2, seven occurred before Oct. 28 and two happened on an unknown date.

Nov. 3 - The province reported 871 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 34 deaths.

Nov. 2 - Quebec saw an increase of 1,037 cases of COVID-19. Twelve new deaths were reported and one death was removed after being deemed not COVID related. 

Nov. 1 – Health officials announced 965 new cases, 912 recoveries and 26 deaths. Fifteen deaths happened between Oct. 25-30, two occurred before Oct. 25 and three happened on an unknown date.

Oct. 31 – Health officials announced 1,064 new cases, 984 recoveries and 15 deaths. Of those deaths, seven occurred between Oct. 24-27 and two happened on an unknown date.

Oct. 30 - Quebec reported another 1,108 cases of COVID-19, which includes 156 cases from the summer that are being added as an adjustment.

Oct. 29 – The province added 1,030 new cases, 25 deaths and 804 recoveries. Of the deaths, 14 happened between Oct. 22-27, one before Oct. 22 and two on an unknown dates.

Oct. 28 - Health officials announced 929 COVID-19 cases and 17 new deaths. Four deaths occurred within the last 24 hours and 13 occurred between Oct. 21 and Oct. 26. 

Oct. 27 - Health officials announced 963 new COVID-19 cases and 19 additional deaths. Four deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, 14 between Oct. 20 and Oct. 25 and one occurred at an unknown date.

Oct. 26 - Health officials announced 808 new COVID-19 cases as well as 10 new deaths. Two death occurred within the past 24 hours, six between Oct.19 and Oct. 24 and two occurred at an unknown date. 

Oct. 25 – The province announced 879 new cases, 11 deaths and 1,009 recoveries. Quebec surpassed 100,000 total cases on Sunday. Five of the deaths happened between Oct. 18-23, while one happened on an unknown date.

Oct. 24 – Quebec reported 1,009 new cases, 26 deaths, and 1,027 recoveries. Five of the deaths occurred in the past 24 hours, in addition to one on an unknown date. Seventeen people died between Oct. 17 and 22, and three people died before Oct. 17.

Oct. 23 – The province announced 905 new cases, 12 deaths and 759 recoveries. Six of the deaths occurred between Oct. 16- 21, while two happened on an unknown date.

Oct. 22 – The province announced 1,033 new cases, 20 deaths and 766 recoveries. Twelve of the deaths happened between Oct. 15-20.

Oct. 21 - Health officials announced 1,072 new cases of COVID-19 and 19 new deaths. Two deaths have occurred within the last 24 hours, 15 occurred between Oct. 14 and Oct. 19 and two occurred before Oct. 14.

Oct. 20 - Health officials reported 877 new COVID-19 cases. Twelve new deaths were added; five occurred in the past 24 hours and seven from an unknown earlier date. The province removed 90 previously announced cases that have been deemed false positives. One death was also removed after being deemed not COVID-19 related.

Oct. 19 - Health officials announced 1,038 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. Six new deaths were reported; two from the last 24 hours, one which occurred between Oct. 12 and Oct. 17 and three occurred at an unknown date. 

Oct. 18 -- There were 1,094 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Quebec, along with 957 recoveries and six deaths. Three of the deaths occurred between Oct. 11 and Oct. 16, one of them before Oct. 11, and two on unknown dates.

Oct. 17– Health officials announced 1,279 new cases, 1,090 recoveries and 14 deaths. Eight of those deaths happened between Oct. 10 and Oct. 15, while one death happened on an unknown date. A previously announced death was also removed from the total.

Oct. 16 – Health officials announced 1,055 new cases, 13 deaths and 1,045 recoveries. Eleven deaths occurred between Oct. 9-14 and one before Oct. 9. A previously announced death was removed from the total.

Oct. 15 – The province announced 969 new cases, 28 deaths and 984 recoveries. Twenty of the deaths happened between Oct. 8-13 and two previously announced deaths were removed from the total tally after it was deemed that they didn’t die from COVID-19.

Oct. 14 – The province added 844 new cases, seven deaths and 749 recoveries. Four deaths happened between Oct. 7-12, and one happened on an unknown date. The province retroactively added 359 cases between Oct. 11-13.

Oct. 13 - Health officials announced 815 new cases of COVID-19. Five deaths were also added, three of which occurred within the last 24 hours and two between Oct. 6 and Oct. 11. 

Oct. 12 - The province reported 843 new COVID-19 cases as well as 12 additional deaths. Four deaths occurred within the last 24 hours and eight occurred between Oct. 5 and Oct. 10

Oct. 11 – The province announced 942 new cases, three deaths and 1,143 recoveries. Two deaths happened between Oct. 4-9 and one happened on an unknown date.

Oct. 10 – Quebec added 1,097 new cases, 1,110 recoveries and 14 deaths. Only three of the deaths happened in past 24 hours.

Oct. 9 – The number of COVID-19 cases spiked again in Quebec with public health authorities announcing Friday that 1,102 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

Oct. 8 - The province reported 1,078 new cases of COVID-19, and nine more deaths.

Oct. 7 - Health officials announced an increase of 900 COVID-19 cases. Seven new deaths were added; one occurred within the last 24 hours, four occurred between Sept. 30 and Oct 5 and two occurred at an unknown date.

Oct. 6 - Health officials announced 1,364 new cases of COVID-19. The province added 17 new deaths; 3 of which occurred in the last 24 hours, 9 between Sept. 29 and Oct. 4, 1 occurred before Sept. 29 and four occurred at an unknown date. Two deaths have been removed after being deemed not COVID-related.

Oct. 5 - Health officials announced a significant rise in cases with 1,191 new COVID-19 cases added on Monday. Six additional deaths were added; two from the last 24 hours, three which occured between Sept. 28 and Oct. 3 and one additional death which occured at an unknown date.

Oct. 4 – For a third straight day, Quebec has recorded more than 1,079 new cases. The province also reported 12 deaths – nine deaths happened between Sept. 27- Oct. 1 – and 826 recoveries. One previously announced death was removed.

Oct. 3 – Health officials announced 1,107 new cases, 10 deaths, and 795 recoveries.

Oct. 2 – Health officials announced 1,052 new cases of COVID-19 in the province. Seven deaths – six of which happened between Sept. 25-30 and one before Sept. 25 – and 539 recoveries.

Oct. 1 – The province announced 933 new cases, 16 deaths and 580 recoveries.

Sept. 30 - The province reported 838 new cases of COVID-19 as well as one new death which occurred between Sept. 23 and Sept. 28.

Sept. 29 - The province added 799 new cases of COVID-19. Seven additional deaths were also reported, two of which occured within the last 24 hours and five of them occured between Sept. 22 and Sept. 27. 

Sept. 28 - Health officials announced 750 new COVID-19 cases were added to the province total. One new death was also reported that occurred at an unknown date. 

Sept. 27 -- Authorities announced 896 new cases of COVID-19, as well as four deaths from various days over the past week.

Sept. 26 – Health officials announced 698 new cases, 404 recoveries and seven deaths. The deaths occurred between Sept. 9-24.

Sept. 25 – The province announced 637 new cases, 313 recoveries and four deaths.

Sept. 24 – Quebec public health authorities reported 582 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday

Sept. 23 - Health officials announced 471 new cases of COVID-19 as well as four new deaths.

Sept. 22 - The province added 489 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one new death that occurred between Sept. 15 and Sept. 20. 

Sept. 21 - The province added 586 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths which occurred between Sept. 14 and Sept. 19. An additional death has been removed after being determined to be not COVID-related. 

Sept. 20 – Health officials announced 462 new cases, five deaths and 306 recoveries.

Sept. 19 – The province announced 427 new cases, five deaths and 272 recoveries. Three deaths occurred before Sept. 17.

Sept. 18 – Authorities announced Friday that 297 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the province since Thursday.

Sept. 17 – The province announced 499 new cases, three deaths and 208 recoveries. Of the new cases, 248 cases were recorded between Sept. 10-14. Four cases were not given a specific date.

Sept. 16 - Health officials announced 303 new cases of COVID-19. One new death occurred in the last 24 hours and two additional deaths were added that occured between Sept. 9 and Sept. 14.

Sept. 15 - The province added 292 new cases of COVID-19. One new death was added that occurred in the last 24 hours and four other deaths were added that occurred between Sept. 8 and Sept. 13. 

Sept. 14 - The province reported 276 new COVID-19 cases and 160 additional recoveries.

Sept. 13 -- There were 279 cases of COVID-19 reported in Quebec on Sunday, the highest one-day total since June 1. The province also reported one new death, while removing a previously reported death from the total count.

Sept. 12 -- Public health reported 244 new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths on Saturday, the highest daily toll since the beginning of June.

Sept. 11 – The province reported 219 new cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths. 

Sept. 10 – The province announced 188 new cases, two deaths and 224 recoveries.

Sept. 9 - The province added 180 new COVID-19 cases. Three new deaths were added which occurred between Sept. 2 and Sept. 7, and another one that occurred before Sept. 2. Two deaths were withdrawn after being revealed not to be COVID-related. 

Sept. 8 - Health officials reported 163 new cases of COVID-19 and 202 additional recoveries.

Sept. 7 - The province reported 216 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death that occured sometime before Aug. 30. 

Sept. 6 – The province announced 205 new cases and 61 recoveries.

Sept. 5 – The province announced 175 new cases, two deaths and 86 recoveries.

Sept. 4 - Health officials announced 184 new COVID-19 cases and 109 new recoveries. One death was added, while a previously announced death was removed.

Sept. 3 – Quebec health authorities reported 187 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday

Sept. 2 - The province reported 132 new COVID-19 cases. No new deaths were added from the last 24 hours but two deaths were reported which occurred between Aug. 26 and Aug. 31 and another one which occurred before Aug. 26. 

Sept. 1 - The province added 122 new cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths.

Aug. 31 - The province reported 140 new COVID-19 cases and 53 new recoveries. One new death from the past 24 hours was also reported in addition to another death that occurred between Aug. 24 and Aug. 29.

Aug. 30 - Quebec reported 120 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths that occurred between Aug. 23 and Aug.28. The province also added 65 new recoveries.

Aug. 29 – Health officials announced 156 new cases, five deaths and 129 recoveries. Two of the deaths happened before Aug. 22, while three others occurred on an unknown date. Quebec also removed 48 cases after an investigation found that they were actually negative.

Aug. 28 – The province announced 98 cases, one death and 98 recoveries. The death happened before Aug. 21. Health officials also removed a previously announced death after determining it wasn’t related to COVID-19. Quebec also says 78 cases, not 40, will be removed gradually after an investigation found that they were actually negative. Thirty of those cases were removed today.

Aug. 27 – Health officials announced 111 new cases, three deaths and 86 recoveries.

Aug. 26 – – The province announced 142 new cases, 115 recoveries and one death. Health officials say 40 cases from the Montreal area could be adjusted down the line due to the sample being contaminated in the lab.

Aug. 25 - Health officials announced 62 new cases of COVID-19. Three new deaths were also announced, in addition to one death that was removed after it was found to be not COVID-related.

Aug. 24 - Health officials announced 68 additional cases of COVID-19, as well as four new deaths.

Aug. 23 - Health officials reported 74 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 106 additional recoveries.

Aug. 22  – The province announced 104 new cases, six deaths and 104 recoveries. Four of the deaths happened before Aug. 20.

Aug. 21 – Public health announced 93 new cases, 89 recoveries and three deaths.Two of the deaths happpened between Aug. 14-20.

Aug. 20 – Health officials announced 86 new cases, 145 recoveries and one death.

Aug. 19 - The province recorded 64 new COVID-19 cases as well as two new deaths.

Aug. 18 - The province reported 46 new cases of COVID-19 and six new deaths.

Aug. 17 - The province added 55 new cases of COVID-19, one additional death and 83 new recoveries.

Aug. 16 – Health officials announced 67 new cases, 138 recoveries and one death.

Aug. 15 - The province added 80 new COVID-19 cases.

Aug. 14 – Health officials announced 87 new cases, 157 recoveries and three deaths.

Aug. 13 – Health officials announced 104 new cases, 171 recoveries and six deaths.

Aug. 12 - The province reported 95 new COVID-19 cases, 12 additional deaths and 135 new recoveries. 

Aug. 11 - Health officials announced 91 new cases of COVID-19, one death and 94 new recoveries. This is the second day in a row that new cases have been under 100.

Aug. 10 - Quebec recorded 156 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death. After several days without a recovery update, the province is reporting 2,155 new recoveries. 

Aug. 9 – The province announced 104 new cases and three deaths. One of the deaths occurred before Aug. 1.

Aug. 8 – Health officials announced 126 new cases and five deaths. One of those deaths took place before July 31.

Aug. 7 – The province announced 108 new cases on Friday. No new recoveries have been announced in several days because of a technical error, according to Quebec.

Aug. 6 – The province announced 133 new cases on Thursday. No new deaths were reported. Quebec continues to not post recovery numbers due to a technical error.

Aug. 5 - The province reported 155 new cases of COVID-19 as well as two additional deaths. 

Aug. 4 - Quebec recorded 123 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths.

Aug. 3 - The province reported 123 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, as well as two new deaths.

Aug. 2 – The province announced 141 new cases and three deaths.

Aug. 1 – Health officials announced 146 new cases and four deaths. Quebec hasn't reported recoveries for several days due to a technical issue.

July 31 – The province added 164 new cases and one death on Friday. Quebec hasn't reported recoveries for several days due to a technical issue.

July 30 - Health officials reported 139 new cases of COVID-19 over the past 24 hours.

July 29 - Health officials reported 112 new cases of COVID-19 and no new recoveries or deaths. 

July 28 - The province added 169 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths on Tuesday. 

July 27 - Health officials announced 145 new cases of COVID-19 and 74 additional recoveries.

July 26 -- Quebec reported 169 new cases of COVID-19 and one death on Sunday.

July 25 - The number of COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose by 171 Saturday, the highest single daily increase in seven weeks, with an additional three deaths.

July 24 - Health officials reported 163 new cases and 1 new death.

July 23 - Quebec reported an additional 142 cases, with 132 new recoveries. No new deaths were reported.

July 22 - Quebec confirmed another 142 cases and four deaths linked to COVID-19.

July 21 - The province reported 180 new COVID-19 cases, the highest amount since June. One new death and 108 additional recoveries. 

July 20 - The province added 150 new cases of COVID-19, 163 recoveries and two additional deaths. 

July 19 -- Public health authorities reported Sunday that 166 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and one more person has died in the past 24 hours, the highest increase in cases since June 7.

July 18 -- Health officials reported 158 new COVID-19 cases and seven new deaths on Saturday.

July 17 – Quebec announced 141 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday. The province added 23,686 recoveries as it changed after its system to determine who has recovered, reducing the overall number of active cases in Canada by more than 80 per cent.

July 16 – The province announced 142 new cases, 156 recoveries and 10 deaths.

July 15 – Quebec announced 129 new cases, marking the fourth day in a row with 100 or more new cases.

July 14 - Health officials reported 109 new cases of COVID-19, five more deaths and 114 recoveries.

July 13 - The province announced 100 new cases of COVID-19, one death and 49 additional recoveries. 

July 12 – The province announced 114 new cases, seven deaths and 89 recoveries. Of those seven deaths, four happened before July 4.

July 11 – Health officials announced 91 new cases, 98 recoveries and eight deaths.

July 10One hundred new cases, 59 recoveries and three deaths were announced.

July 9 – COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose 137, which is the highest number of new cases since June 25, when 142 were reported.

July 8 - The province reported 82 new cases of COVID-19, 13 deaths and 76 recoveries.

July 7 - Quebec added 60 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 13 new deaths and 80 new recoveries. 

July 6 - Quebec added 74 new cases of COVID-19, three new deaths and 32 additional recoveries. 

July 5 – The province added 79 new cases, 66 recoveries and eight deaths.

July 4 – The province added 102 new cases, 122 recoveries and six deaths.

July 3 – Quebec public health authorities announced Friday that 89 more people have tested positive for the virus and 19 more people have died. 

July 2 – The province added 69 new cases, 85 recoveries and 14 deaths.Six of the deaths happened before June 24.

July 1 - Quebec reported 66 new cases of COVID-19 as well 24 deaths and 151 recoveries.

June 30 – The province reported 68 new cases of COVID-19 and 18 new deaths. Health officials also announced 196 more recoveries.  

June 29 – The province of Quebec reported 311 new cases of COVID-19 since Thursday. The province also reported 37 new deaths.

June 25 – Health officials announced 142 new cases, seven deaths, 76 recoveries.

June 24 - Quebec records 53 new cases of COVID-19 and 17 deaths.

June 23 – Quebec announced 49 new cases of coronavirus, as well as seven new deaths. Today the province is up seven deaths from the zero that were reported on Monday. 

June 22 - The province reported 69 new cases, the lowest single-day increase in new cases since March 22.  214 recoveries were announced and no new deaths were reported.

June 21 – The province announced 92 new cases, nine deaths and 121 recoveries.

June 20 – The province announced 124 new cases, 33 deaths, and 229 recoveries. Of the deaths reported, 15 happened before June 12.

June 19COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose 167 from the 54,383 announced a day earlier, marking the 12th day in a row that fewer than 200 new cases have been recorded.

June 18COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose 120 from the 54,263 announced a day earlier, the fifth straight day for which there were fewer than 150 new cases.

June 17 – Health officials announced 117 new cases of the virus and 29 more deaths. 

June 16 – The province announced 92 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 27 deaths. Quebec also reported 137 new recoveries. 

June 15 – Quebec reported 102 new cases of COVID-19 and 20 more deaths. This marks the fewest number of new cases the province has had since March 22. 

June 14 – The province announced 128 new cases, 27 deaths and 461 recoveries. Of the deaths reported, 13 occurred before June 6.

June 13 – Health officials announced 158 new cases, 47 deaths and 458 recoveries.

June 12 – COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose 181 from the 53,485 announced a day earlier. This is the fifth straight day that the province has recorded fewer than 200 new cases

June 11 – There are now 5,105 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Thursday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 53,485. COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose 144 from the 53,341 announced a day earlier.

June 10 – Quebec reported 156 new cases of COVID-19 as well as 52 more deaths. Health officials also announced 480 new recoveries. 

June 9 – The province announced 138 new cases and 45 more covid-related deaths. Quebec also reported 367 new recoveries. 

June 8 – The province announced 198 new cases of the virus and six deaths. Health officials also announced 280 more recoveries.

June 7 – Health officials announced 225 new cases and eight additional deaths.

June 6 – Health officials announced 226 new cases and 35 deaths. The province says that 13 of those deaths happened before May 30 and weren’t previously announced.

June 5 – Health officials in Quebec add 255 new cases of COVID-19, along with 50 deaths. 

June 4 – Health officials in Quebec add 259 new cases of COVID-19, along with 91 deaths. 

June 3 – Health officials in Quebec add 291 new cases of COVID-19, along with 81 deaths. 

June 2 – Health officials in Quebec add 239 new cases of COVID-19, along with 52 deaths. 

June 1 – Health officials in Quebec add 295 new active cases of COVID-19, along with 20 deaths. 

May 31 -- Health officials confirmed another 408 cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday, as well as 202 more deaths, including 165 deaths were not counted previously. 

May 30 - Health officials confirmed another 419 cases of COVID-19, as well as 76 more deaths.

May 29 – Health officials in Quebec add 530 new active cases of COVID-19, along with 61 deaths.

May 28 -- Quebec adds 563 new active cases of COVID-19, and 74 deaths.

May 27 -- The province announced 541 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 89 deaths. 

May 26 -- Quebec reported 614 new cases of COVID-19 and 70 more deaths.

May 25 -- The province announced 573 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 85 deaths. 

May 24 – Health officials announced 573 new cases and 44 deaths. The province also announced 287 recoveries. 

May 23 -- The province announced 697 new cases of COVID-19 and 75 deaths on Saturday.

May 22 -- The province announced 646 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 65 deaths. 

May 21 -- The province announced 720 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 82 deaths. 

May 20 -- The province announced 578 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 71 deaths. 

May 19 -- The province announced 570 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 51 deaths. 

May 18 -- The province announced 707 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 34 deaths. 

May 17 – Health officials announced 737 new cases as well as 79 new deaths. There were also 296 recoveries reported.

May 16 – Provincial officials announced 763 new cases and 82 new deaths. The province also announced 82 recoveries.

May 15 -- The province announces 696 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 50 deaths. 

May 14 -- The province announces 793 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 131 deaths. 

May 13 -- The province announced 706 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 89 deaths. 

May 12 -- The province announces 756 new active cases of COVID-19, as well as 118 deaths.

May 11 – The province reports 748 new cases of COVID-19, along with 85 deaths.

May 10 – Health officials announced 735 new cases, along with 142 deaths on Sunday. The province also announced 258 recoveries.

May 9 – Health officials announced 836 new cases, a slight decline in new cases from Friday. Sixty-one more people have died from COVID-19.

May 8 – The province announces 912 new active cases of COVID-19, and 94 deaths.

May 7COVID-19 cases in Quebec rise 911 from the 34,327 announced yesterday. The province also reports 121 deaths.

May 6 – Quebec announces 910 new cases of COVID-19 in the province, as well as 112 deaths.

May 5 – Health officials confirms 794 new active cases of COVID-19 in Quebec, as well as 118 deaths.

May 4 – Quebec reports 758 new cases of COVID-19, and another 75 deaths related to the virus.

May 3 – Provincial health officials announced the discovery of 1,317 missing confirmed cases of COVID-19. The cases were missing because of a computer error. Quebec also announced a daily increase of 892 new cases and 69 deaths.

May 2 – Health officials announced more than a thousand new cases of COVID-19 and 114 new deaths.

May 1 – Quebec announces 1,110 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 163 deaths and 401 recoveries.

April 30 – Quebec announces 944 new cases of COVID-19 in the province, as well as 98 deaths.

April 29 – There are now 1,761 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Wednesday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 26,594. montreal.ctvnews.ca/quebec-reports-79-new-covid-19-deaths-as-confirmed-cases-surpass-26-000-1.4917180

April 28 – Health officials announced 775 new cases and 83 new deaths on Tuesday.

April 27 – Quebec announced 875 new cases as well as 84 new deaths. The province will also begin re-opening its elementary schools and daycares on May 11, Quebec Premier Francois Legault announced Monday.

April 26 – More than 1,500 people have now died of COVID-19 in the province. Health officials announced 840 new cases on Sunday, 69 new deaths and 285 recoveries.

April 25 – The province announced 651 new COVID-19 cases and 106 deaths on Saturday. Health officials also announced 333 new recoveries

April 24 – There are now 1,340 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Friday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 22,616.

April 23 – There are now 1,243 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec. Health authorities confirmed cases in the province have reached 21,838 Thursday.

April 22 – There are now 1,134 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Wednesday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 20,965.

April 21 – There are now 1,041 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Tuesday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 20,126.

April 20 – There are now 939 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Monday, as confirmed cases reached 19,319.

April 19 – The province recorded 836 new cases and an additional 72 deaths. It also announced 240 new recoveries.

April 18 – Quebec reported 117 additional COVID-19 deaths and 723 new cases, with 51 cases now in intensive care.

April 17 – A total of 688 people have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, as confirmed cases in the province reached 16,798.

April 16 – There are now 630 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Thursday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 15,857.

April 15 – There are now 487 people who have died from COVID-19 in Quebec, as confirmed cases in the province reached 14,860 Wednesday.

April 14 – The province is reporting 691 new cases as well as 75 new deaths from COVID-19.

April 13 – There are now 360 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec. COVID-19 cases rose 711 Monday for a total of 13,557 cases in the province.

April 12 – Provincial health officials announced 554 new cases of COVID-19 and 39 new deaths. The total number of cases in Quebec is nearing 13,000.

April 11 – The province announced 615 new cases and 48 new deaths. Health officials say 31 of those deaths were reported from a seniors’ residence in Montreal.

April 10 – Health officials announced 765 new cases of COVID-19 and 25 new deaths on Friday. The province also announced 229 recoveries.

April 9 – Quebec announced Thursday that 216 people have now died of COVID-19 in the province and that the number of confirmed cases in Quebec stands at 10,912.

April 8 – There are now 175 Quebecers who have died from COVID-19, and the number of confirmed cases has reached 10,031.

April 7 – There are now 150 Quebecers who have died from COVID-19, and the number of confirmed cases in Quebec has reached 9,340, health authorities announced Tuesday.

April 6 – There are now 121 Quebecers who have died from COVID-19 and the number of confirmed cases in Quebec has hit 8,580, health authorities announced Monday.

April 5 – The province reported a big spike in new cases – 947 – and 19 additional deaths over a 24-hour period.

April 4 – Health officials announced 14 new deaths related to COVID-19. At the same time, the province announced 896 new cases.

April 3 – Quebec has now had 61 COVID-19 deaths amid the 6,101 confirmed cases in the province. Health authorities said these additional deaths did not occur in the last 24 hours but were suspected cases that were confirmed since yesterday.

April 2 – Quebec on Thursday reported three new deaths related to COVID-19, bringing the number of people in the province who have died from the disease to 36. Health authorities also reported that the number of confirmed cases rose to 5,518, up 907 from the 4,611 reported 24 hours earlier.

April 1 – Quebec now has 4,611 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the province, and 33 deaths, Premier Legault said in his daily news briefing on Wednesday.

March 31 – Quebec has six new deaths among 4,162 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday afternoon, health authorities announced. That's up six from 25 deaths and up 732 from 3,430 confirmed cases announced 24 hours earlier.

March 30Three more people have died from COVID-19, bringing the total to 25, Quebec Premier Francois Legault said in his daily news conference on Monday. There are now 3,430 confirmed cases in the province, an increase of 590 positive diagnoses from the day before.

March 29 – Health officials in Quebec announced 342 new cases of COVID-19. The total now stands at 2,840.

March 28 – The province saw a huge spike in cases, adding 477, which brings the total in the province to 2,498. Four more deaths were also reported.

March 27 – The province is reporting 392 new cases. They are also reporting 10 more patients have died and 28 new recoveries.

March 26Quebec has 1,629 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday afternoon and two more patients have died, provincial health officals announced. That's up from 1,339 cases that were reported Wednesday afternoon. There are now eight deaths in Quebec linked to COVID-19. Quebec has also reported one new recovery.

March 25 – Quebec has 1,339 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday afternoon and two more patientes have died, provincial health offials announced.

March 24 – There are 1,013 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Quebec as of Tuesday afternoon.

March 23 – Quebec has 628 confirmed of COVID-19. There were 219 confirmed cases as of March 22. Cases that tested positive by hospital laboratories were now considered confirmed as of March 22, which accounted for the significant increase.

March 22 – The province announced the number of COVID-19 cases increased to 219 and that the number of related deaths was revised to 4 from 5, after a person whose death had originally been attributed to the coronavirus ended up testing negative.

March 21 – The province reported 42 new confirmed cases, including 4 deaths.

March 20 – In his latest update on the COVID-19 pandemic, Quebec Premier Francois Legault said on Friday that there are now 139 confirmed cases in Quebec, 18 more than on Thursday.

March 19 – The province added an additional 27 cases.

March 18 – Officials in Quebec announced an additional 20 cases and the province's first death of an elderly woman.

March 17 – Quebec health officials announced an additional 24 cases of COVID-19, bringing the province’s total to 74.

March 16 – Additional cases were confirmed in the province, bringing the total number to 50.

March 15Another 11 cases were confirmed, the cases are spread across the province and include one in Montreal. The first case of a visitor from outside Quebec was also identified. Later the same day, an additional four cases were announced.

March 14 – The province announced four more positive COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 21.

March 12 – Quebec health officials announced eight new cases, bringing the province’s total to 17. All eight cases were connected to international travel, though it’s not clear where each patient had gone. The ages and genders of each new case are also not known.

March 11 – An eighth and ninth case was reported in Quebec. One case involved a woman who travelled to France, while another woman returned from Italy.

March 10 – Officials raised the total number of confirmed cases to seven.

March 9 – Four cases are now confirmed and a fifth case is under investigation. One of the confirmed cases involved a Montreal-area man who had recently returned from a trip to the United States and England.

March 8 – Officials said that a person returning from a cruise was being treated in Monteregie for symptoms similar to COVID-19, making it the fourth probable case.

March 5 – The province announced the second presumptive case, involving a man who had travelled to India. A third probable case of COVID-19 was announced just hours after the second case was confirmed.

Feb. 27 – Quebec announced the province’s first presumptive case involving a woman who recently returned from Iran. The individual was in self-isolation at home.

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NOTE: New Brunswick is reporting the death of an individual who contracted COVID-19, but didn’t die from the disease. As such, one case has been removed from the provincial active case count.

July 31 - Eighteen additional COVID-19 infections were reported over the previous two days.

July 30 - Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 19.

July 29 - The province added four new infections.

July 28 - Two new cases and one recovery was reported in the province, bringing the active case total to eight.

July 27 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in New Brunswick.

July 26 - Health officials announced one new infection and recovery. 

July 23 - Three new COVID-19 cases were added to the provincial case total.

July 22 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province. 

July 18 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19, raising its active total to nine.

July 16 - Two new cases of coronavirus were reported in the province.

July 15 - Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported in New Brunswick. 

July 5 - The province added one new case and four recoveries. 

July 4 - One additional COVID-19 infection was reported, as well as the province's 46th death linked to the disease.

July 2 - The province added four COVID-19 cases and three recoveries. 

June 30 - Three new infections and four recoveries. 

June 29 - The province reported three new COVID-19 cases and four recoveries, bringing the active case total to 25.

June 28 - One new infection was reported in the province, bringing the active total to 26.

June 27 - The province reported one new COVID-19 infection and nine recoveries.

June 26 - The province added one new case and six recoveries.

June 25 - Health officials announced one new infection and three recoveries, bringing the active case total to 38.

June 24 - Provincial health officials announced two new cases and five recoveries. 

June 23 - One new case of COVID-19 and seven recoveries were reported in the province, bringing the active cases to 43. 

June 22 - One new case and six recoveries were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 49.

June 20 - Health officials reported two new cases of COVID-19.

June 19 - The province added five new cases of COVID-19 and four more people recovered.

June 18 - Health officials announced three new cases, however one previously reported case was removed after being deemed a false positive.

June 17 - Health officials announced four new cases and one additional recovery from coronavirus. 

June 16 - Provincial health officials reported three new cases and 30 recoveries, bringing the active case total to 58.

June 15 - Three new cases of coronavirus and eight recoveries were reported in the province.

June 14 - The province reported one new case and eight additional recoveries. 

June 13 - Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported, as well as three recoveries.

June 12 - The province added seven new cases of COVID-19 and one death.

June 11 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19.

June 10 - Health officials announced three new cases of COVID-19.

June 9 - Provincial health officials reported 13 new cases and seven recoveries. 

June 8 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province.

June 7 - Health officials announced one new infection of COVID-19 in the province.

June 6  - Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, along with 19 recoveries.

June 5 - The province reported nine new cases of COVID-19.

June 4 - Ten new COVID-19 cases and nine recoveries were reported in the province. 

June 3 - Provincial health officials announced 16 new cases and one new death.

June 2 - The province reported 12 new cases and 14 recoveries.

June 1 - Health officials announced five new cases, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a correction. 

May 31 - The province added 12 new cases and nine recoveries, bringing the active case total to 146.

May 30 - Authorities reported nine new COVID-19 infections.

May 29Ten new cases were announced on Saturday.

May 28 - Nine new infections of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

May 27 - Health officials announced nine new COVID-19 cases and six recoveries. 

May 26 - Health officials announced 10 new infections and 10 recoveries. 

May 25 - Nine new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

May 24 - The province reported 15 new infections and nine recoveries. 

May 23 Fourteen new cases were announced on Sunday.

May 22 - The province reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.

May 21 - Fifteen new cases were added to the province, bringing the active case total to 127. 

May 20 - Health officials announced seven new cases and six additional recoveries. 

May 19 - The province reported eight new cases and one death, marking the death toll in the province to 43. 

May 18 - The province reported 10 new cases and one death, marking the 42nd death in the province. 

May 17 - The province reported 11 new cases, including one that has been found outside of New Brunswick. 

May 16 - The province tallied another 11 cases of COVID-19 and eight recoveries.

May 15 - The province added seven new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, including two travel-related cases.

May 14 - Five new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province.

May 13 - Provincial health officials reported 16 new COVID-19 cases.

May 12 - Health officials announced nine new cases of COVID-19 and 22 recoveries. 

May 11 - Two new infections of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

May 10 - Health officials announced 11 new cases and three additional recoveries. 

May 8Eight new cases were added on Saturday, along with one death.

May 7 - The province reported eight new cases of COVID-19, two of which were found out of province. 

May 6 - The province reported 11 new cases and one death, marking the 40th death in the province.

May 5 - Eleven new cases and one new death was reported in the province. 

May 4 - Four new infections and five recoveries were reported.

May 3 - Health officials reported 15 new infections and one death, marking the 38th death in the province. 

May 2 - The province reported its 37th death related to COVID-19, as well as six additional infections.

May 1 - The province reported 18 new cases and four recoveries.

April 30 - The province reported 15 new cases and six recoveries. 

April 29 - The province reported 10 new cases of COVID-19

April 28 - The province reported eight new cases and 23 additional recoveries.

April 27 - Health officials announced 24 new cases and one new death, bringing the total amount of deaths in the province to 36. 

April 26 - Health officials announced seven new cases of COVID-19.

April 25 - Health officials reported four new cases.

April 24Eight new cases and one death were announced on Saturday.

April 23 - The province reported 16 new cases and 14 new recoveries.

April 22 - The province added 19 new cases and 11 recoveries. 

April 21 - Health officials announced seven new cases and one new death, marking the 34th death in the province. 

April 19 - Nine new cases and four recoveries were reported, bringing the active case total in the province to 158. 

April 18 - Another 10 cases of COVID-19 were reported, along with seven recoveries.

April 17 - The province added 11 new cases of COVID-19 and reported two more recoveries. 

April 16 - Provincial health officials announced nine new cases, however two previously recorded cases were removed after being deemed false positives. 

April 15 - Eight new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

April 14 - The province reported 16 new cases of COVID-19, as well as seven new recoveries. 

April 13 - The province reported four new cases and 17 new recoveries. 

April 12 - Ten new infections were reported in the province. 

April 11Nine new cases were added on Sunday.

April 10 - Officials announced 19 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.

April 9 - Eight new cases and one new death linked to COVID-19 were reported. 

April 8 - Health officials announced seven new cases of COVID-19.

April 7 - The province reported 14 cases and one new death, marking the 31st death linked to coronavirus.

April 6 - Provincial health officials reported three new cases of coronavirus. 

April 5 - Ten new cases of coronavirus and four recoveries were reported in the province on Monday. 

April 4 - The province added another 11 COVID-19 infections to its tally.

April 3Nine new cases were announced on Saturday.

April 2 - Nine new cases were added in the province on Good Friday.

April 1 - The province saw an increase of 10 infections, as well as four recoveries. 

March 31 - Health officials announced 12 new cases and three additional recoveries. 

March 30 - The province reported 14 new cases of COVID-19 and seven recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed a false positive.

March 29 - The province reported 11 new cases of COVID-19 and five additional recoveries. 

March 28 - The province reported six new COVID-19 infections and two recoveries.

March 27 - The province reported 12 new cases of COVID-19.

March 26 - The province reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 and three recoveries. 

March 25 - The province reported 30 new cases and three additional recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed a false positive.

March 24 - The province reported 12 new cases and five new recoveries. 

March 23 - Seven new cases and six recoveries were reported in the province.

March 22 - The province reported eight new cases and two additional recoveries. 

March 21 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19, and said it was linked to travel outside the province.

March 20 - Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported.

March 19 - Health officials reported two new cases and two recoveries. 

March 18 - Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

March 17 - One new case was reported in the province. 

March 16 - The province reported five new cases, bringing the active case total in New Brunswick to 41. 

March 15 - One new infection and two recoveries were reported in the province. 

March 14 - The province reported five new COVID-19 cases.

March 12 - Health officials announced three new infections and one additional death, marking the 30th death in the province. 

March 11 - Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in New Brunswick, as well as two recoveries. 

March 9 - One new case and one death were reported in the province, however one previously reported case was removed due to a data correction. 

March 8 - The province reported five new cases and four recoveries. 

March 7 - The province reported two new cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries in advance of a move to yellow restrictions.

March 6 - New Brunswick reports six new cases, no new deaths

March 5 - The province reported four new COVID-19 cases and seven recoveries. 

March 4 - Five new infections and six recoveries were reported in New Brunswick.

March 3 - The province saw an increase of three COVID-19 cases and two recoveries. 

March 2 - The province reported four new cases, three recoveries and one new death linked to COVID-19. 

March 1 - Health officials announced one new case, bringing the active case total in the province to 36. 

Feb. 27 - The province reported two new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.

Feb. 26 - The province added one new case of COVID-19 on Friday.

Feb. 25 - One new case and 16 recoveries were reported in New Brunswick. 

Feb. 24 - The province reported two new case of COVID-19 and 13 recoveries. 

Feb. 22 - One new case and one additional death was reported in the province. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed a false positive. 

Feb. 21 - The province reported four new cases of COVID-19, three recoveries and one death.

Feb. 20 - The province reported three new cases of COVID-19 and 21 more people recovered.

Feb. 19 - Six new cases of COVID-19 and 12 recoveries were reported in the province. 

Feb. 18 - Health officials announced four new cases and 11 new recoverires.

Feb. 17 - Health officials reported three new cases of COVID-19 and 15 new recoveries. 

Feb. 16 - Health officials announced three new cases and one new death.

Feb. 15 - The province reported one new case, one death and 10 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 14 - Health officials reported two new COVID-19 cases Sunday, as the number of active cases in the province dropped to 150.

Feb. 13 - The province added 16 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 more people have recovered.

Feb. 12 - The province reported five new cases and five recoveries. 

Feb. 11 - The province reported two new cases of COVID-19 and one new death.

Feb. 10 - The province reported 14 new cases of COVID-19 and 22 new recoveries. 

Feb. 9 - The province reported an increase of 15 cases and one new death, bringing the death total in New Brunswick to 21. 

Feb. 8 - Health officials announced two new cases of coronavirus, marking the lowest number of cases reported in a single-day since New Years day. 

Feb. 7 - Seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Sunday.

Feb. 6 - The province reported 12 new cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths. 

Feb. 5 - The province reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

Feb. 4 - Health officials reported 16 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday.

Feb. 3 - The province reported 14 new cases and 17 additional recoveries. 

Feb. 2 - The province reported 25 new cases and 30 additional recoveries. One previously reported case was removed after being deemed a false-positive.

Feb. 1 - The province saw an increase of eight COVID-19 cases and 18 recoveries. 

Jan. 31 - An additional 26 cases of COVID-19 were reported, along with an equal number of recoveries.

Jan 30 -  New Brunswick added 12 cases, one death and 41 recoveries on Saturday.

Jan. 29 - The province reported 16 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death, marking the 17 death in the province.

Jan. 28 - The province reported 27 new cases and 41 new recoveries. 

Jan. 27 - The province reported 14 new cases, two deaths and 24 new recoveries. 

Jan. 26 - New Brunswick saw an increase of 10 COVID-19 cases and 19 recoveries. 

Jan. 25 - The province reported 27 new cases and one new death.

Jan. 24 - The province added 20 new cases of COVID-19.

Jan. 23 - The province reported 17 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.

Jan. 22 - The province reported 30 new cases of COVID-19 and 23 new recoveries. 

Jan. 21 - Health officials announced 32 new cases, bringing the active case total to 324. 

Jan. 20 - The province reported an increase of 21 new cases and 20 recoveries. 

Jan. 19 - Health officials reported 31 new cases and one new death. 

Jan. 18 - The province reported 26 new cases and 14 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 17 - The province logged 36 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, in addition to 11 recoveries.

Jan. 16 - Health officials reported 27 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.

Jan. 15 - The province reported 25 new cases and 15 additional recoveries. 

Jan. 14 - The province reported an increase of 23 cases and seven recoveries. 

Jan. 13 - The province saw an increase of 19 cases, one death and seven recoveries. 

Jan. 12 - The province saw an increase of 17 cases and two deaths.

Jan. 11 - Health officials announced 21 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the active case total to 204. 

Jan. 10 - There were 14 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as one recovery.

Jan. 9 - The province reported 30 new cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries on Saturday.

Jan 8. - The province reported 18 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

Jan. 7 - The province reported 24 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

Jan. 6 - Health officials announced an increase of 31 new COVID-19 cases.

Jan. 5 - The province reported its highest single day total with 27 new cases

Jan. 4 - The province saw an increase of 17 COVID-19 cases and three recoveries. 

Jan. 3 -- There were seven new cases reported, bringing the province's active total to 41.

Jan. 2 - The province reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday.

Jan. 1 – There were two new cases of COVID-19 reported, bringing the province's total to 601, as well as six recoveries.

Dec. 31 – The province added three new COVID-19 cases, one recovery and one death on Thursday.

Dec. 30 – The province recorded one new COVID-19 case and five recoveries on Wednesday.

Dec. 29 – The province added two new cases and four recoveries.

Dec. 28 – The province reported one new COVID-19 case and two recoveries.

Dec. 27 – The province added two cases and six recoveries.

Dec. 26Two new cases and three recoveries were added on Saturday.

Dec. 25 – One new case and two recoveries were added on Friday.

Dec. 24Two new cases and four recoveries were added on Thursday.

Dec. 23Five new cases and recoveries were announced on Wednesday.

Dec. 22 - The province added two new cases of COVID-19 and four recoveries.

Dec. 21 - The province reported four new COVID-19 cases and one additional recovery. 

Dec. 20 – The province removed four cases from its total. Two cases were people who tested positive outside of New Brunswick, while two others had false-positive tests.

Dec. 19Five new cases and eight recoveries were added on Saturday.

Dec. 17Six new cases and two recoveries were added on Thursday.

Dec. 16 - The province reported eight new cases and four recoveries.

Dec. 15 - One new infection was reported in the province, as well as 13 additional recoveries.

Dec. 14 - The province reported one new case and six additional recoveries. The death of a COVID-19 patient was reported however, the cause of death was not as a result of the virus. 

Dec. 13 – The province added two new cases and nine recoveries.

Dec. 12 – One new case and seven recoveries were added on Saturday.

Dec. 11 - Eight new infections were reported in the province, as well as one new death.

Dec. 10Four new cases and three recoveries were announced.

Dec. 9One new case and nine recoveries were announced.

Dec. 8 - The province reported five new cases and four additional recoveries.

Dec. 7 - The province reported two new cases and three new recoveries.

Dec. 6 – The province added four new cases and 20 recoveries.

Dec. 5Two new cases and 15 recoveries were added Saturday.

Dec. 4 – Eight new cases and eight recoveries were added.

Dec. 3Six new cases and 14 recoveries were announced on Thursday.

Dec. 2 - The province reported six new cases and three additional recoveries.

Dec. 1 - Seven new cases and 11 recoveries were reported in the province.

Nov. 30 - Six new cases and five recoveries were reported in the province.

Nov. 29 – Fourteen new cases and six recoveries were announced on Sunday.

Nov. 28Four new cases and seven recoveries were announced.

Nov. 27 – Twelve new cases and three recoveries were announced.

Nov. 26Twelve new cases and one recovery were announced.

Nov. 25 - The province added three new COVID-19 cases, as well as two new recoveries.

Nov. 24 - The province added five new infections bringing the active case total to 94.

Nov. 23 - The province reported 15 new COVID-19 cases, one death and two recoveries.

Nov. 22 – Six new cases were announced on Sunday.

Nov. 21 – The province added 23 new cases and three recoveries.

Nov. 20 - Nine new COVID-19 cases were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 51. 

Nov. 19Four new cases and one recovery were announced on Thursday.

Nov. 18 - Nine new COVID-19 cases were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 40.

Nov. 17 - Health officials reported four new COVID-19 cases bringing the active case total in the province to 32.

Nov. 16 - Health officials reported eight new COVID-19 cases and two new recoveries.

Nov. 15 -- Three new cases of COVID-19 brought the province's active total to 22.

Nov. 14 - New Brunswick reported six new cases, with 19 active in the province.

Nov. 13 - The province reported two new cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery.

Nov. 12 - One new case was reported in the province as well as four recoveries.

Nov. 9 - Health officials announced one new case of COVID-19 and an additional four recoveries. 

Nov. 8 – One new case and three recoveries were announced Sunday.

Nov. 7 - Three new cases and one recovery were announced Saturday.

Nov. 6 - One new case of COVID-19 was added to the province total.

Nov. 5 - The province saw an increase of two new COVID-19 cases and two recoveries. 

Nov. 4 – New Brunswick announced three new cases and four recoveries.

Nov. 1 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19 and four new recoveries.

Oct. 31One new case and two recoveries were announced on Sunday.

Oct. 30 - One more case of COVID-19 was reported in New Brunswick as the province confirmed three new recoveries.

Oct. 29 - The province reported four new cases and a total of 294 recoveries.

Oct. 28 - Three new cases of COVID-19 were added to the province total, as well as 11 new recoveries.

Oct. 27 - Provincial health officials announced three new COVID-19 cases and eight new recoveries.

Oct. 26 - The province reported three new cases of COVID-19 and eight more recoveries.

Oct. 25 – The province added two new cases, two deaths and seven recoveries.

Oct. 24 – New Brunswick has two new confirmed cases on Saturday.

Oct. 23 – New Brunswick announced two new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

Oct. 22Three new cases and 14 recoveries were recorded on Thursday.

Oct. 21 - The province reported six new COVID-19 cases and one new death.

Oct. 19 - The province reported three additional cases of COVID-19.

Oct. 18 Five new cases and one death was reported in the province on Sunday.

Oct. 17 – Health officials announced eight new cases.

Oct. 16Five new cases and three recoveries were announced Friday.

Oct. 14 – Health officials announced eight new cases.

Oct. 13 - The province reported six new cases of COVID-19.

Oct. 12 - Health officials reported six additional cases.

Oct. 11 – Health officials announced 14 new cases.

Oct. 10 – The province broke a single-day record for the most new cases reported in a day as New Brunswick added 20 cases.

Oct. 9 - The province reported 13 new cases.

Oct. 8 – The province reported three new cases after a spike the previous day. 

Oct. 7 - The province reported 17 new COVID-19 cases, marking the highest single-day increase ever in the province.

Oct. 6 - Health officials announced two new cases of COVID-19.

Oct. 5 - The province reported two new cases of COVID-19.

Oct. 3One new case was announced in the province.

Sept. 25One new case was announced in the province.

Sept 24 – New Brunswick is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the number of active cases in the province to six.

Sept. 23 - Health officials announced one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

Sept. 21 - The province reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Monday.

Sept. 14 - Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19 that is said to be travel-related.

Sept. 12 -- The province reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.

Sept. 11 -- The province reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Friday as the number of active cases dropped by one to two.

Sept. 10One new case was announced, brining active cases in the province to three.

Sept. 2 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19 involving a temporary foreign worker.

Aug. 28 – New Brunswick announced one new case of COVID-19 on Friday.

Aug. 25 - Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19 and no new recoveries.

Aug. 23 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday.

Aug. 21 – The province announced two new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.

Aug. 20 – The province reported no new cases, but did announced six recoveries.

Aug. 16Two new cases of COVID-19 were announced on Sunday.

Aug. 15Four more cases were announced in New Brunswick on Saturday.

Aug. 13 – The province announced two new cases and one recovery on Thursday.

Aug. 12 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19 bringing the province's total to 178.

Aug. 11 - Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19 bringing the province total to 177. 

Aug. 6 – Health officials announced two more cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

Aug. 5 - The province reported four new cases of COVID-19, after going 15 straight days with no new cases. 

July 26 -- New Brunswick reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, with the total number of active cases in the province remaining at three.

July 20 - New Brunswick added one new case of COVID-19 and no new recoveries or deaths. 

July 19 -- New Brunswick reported one new case of COVID-19 Sunday, the first new case in four days.

July 18 -- There were no new cases of COVID-19 reported in New Brunswick on Saturday.

July 15 - The province added one new case of COVID-19 bringing the total to 168 cases since its last update. 

July 14 - Health officials reported the first case in five days that is related to travel outside of the Atlantic bubble. 

July 9 – One new case of COVID-19 was announced on Thursday.

July 4 – One recovery was announced on Saturday.

July 3 – New Brunswick has gone ten days without announcing a new case. There are two active cases in the province. 

June 27Four new recoveries were announced on Sunday.

June 26 - One more person has recovered in the province as of Friday.   

June 25 – The province added two recoveries on Thursday.

June 23 – The province reported one new case of COVID-19 as well as eight new recoveries. 

June 20One new case was recorded on Saturday, as the province announced a previously declared case was a false positive.

June 19 – The province recorded zero new cases for the second straight day on Friday. As of Friday, all of New Brunswick – with the exception of Zone 5 – is moving ahead to the next level of the yellow recovery phase.

June 18 – Health officials announced two recoveries and no new cases.

June 17 – The province announced one new case of COVID-19 and two more recoveries.  

June 16 – New Brunswick announced three new cases of COVID-19 as well as two more recoveries. 

June 15 – Health officials announced three new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths for the third day in a row. 

June 14 – The province announced just three recoveries on Sunday.

June 13Three new cases of COVID-19 were announced Saturday, along with one death and one recovery.

June 12 – The province announced one new case of COVID-19 on Friday, along with two recoveries.

June 11 – Health officials announced two more cases and two more recoveries.

June 10 – Health officials announced four new cases of COVID-19.

June 9 – The province reported one new case of the novel coronavirus. 

June 8 – Health officials announced nine new cases of COVID-19. This marks the largest number of cases reported in a single day in more than two months. 

June 7 – The province added one new case on Sunday.

June 6 – The province announced two recoveries on Saturday.

June 4 -- Public health officials report New Brunswick's first COVID-19 related death, along with one new case. 

June 3 -- Health officials in New Brunswick report two new cases of COVID-19.

June 2 -- Health officials in New Brunswick report one new case of COVID-19.

May 31 -- The province reported three new cases of COVID-19.

May 30 -- The province reported one new case of the novel coronavirus on Saturday.

May 29 -- Health officials in New Brunswick report two new active cases of COVID-19.

May 28 -- Health officials in New Brunswick report three new active cases of COVID-19.

May 27 -- New Brunswick health officials add one new case of COVID-19

May 26 -- The province adds its first new case of COVID-19 in five days.

May 21 -- Health officials in New Brunswick announce one new case of COVID-19 in the province, after a 14 day streak with no new cases. 

May 16 – The province announced that all known confirmed COVID-19 cases have been resolved.

May 7 – The province announced no new cases on Thursday.

May 6 – New Brunswick announces one new case of COVID-19 in the province.

May 5 – New Brunswick has reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19 since April 18.

May 2 – Health officials announced that all 118 patients who contracted COVID-19 have now recovered. The province has no reported active cases.

May 1 – The province reports no new cases for the 13th consecuive day, along with two recovered patients.

April 28 – New Brunswick reports no new cases for the tenth straight day, with two newly recovered patients.

April 27 – For the 9th day in a row, New Brunswick added zero new cases. The province announced one new recovery.

April 26 – There were no new cases on Sunday, but the province announced four more recoveries.

April 24 – There were no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick Friday. There were three new recoveries reported.

April 22 – There were no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick Wednesday. 104 people have recovered.

April 21 – There are no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick today. It's the seventh day in the last 11 that the province has reported no new cases. There are four new recoveries.

April 20 – There are no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick for the sixth time in the last 10 days. The province is reporting six new recoveries.

April 19 – No new cases were reported in the province.

April 18 – Health officials announced one new case of on Saturday and four new recoveries.

April 17 – New Brunswick is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 and another three recoveries Friday.

April 16 – There are no new cases in New Brunswick thursday along with three new recoveries.

April 15 – The province is reporting one new case and two new recoveries Wednesday.

April 14 – There are no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick for the second time in four days. The province is reporting one new recovery.

April 13 – The province is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 as well as four new recoveries.

April 12 – Health officials announced just two new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 114.

April 11 – The province reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. Instead, health officials announced 10 new recoveries.

April 10 – The province announced one additional case on Friday and seven new recoveries.

April 9 – The province is reporting three new cases and three new recoveries Thursday.

April 8 – The province is reporting three new cases Wednesday.

April 7 – The province is reporting two new cases and nine new recoveries of COVID-19 Tuesday.

April 6 – Dr. Jennifer Russell, New Brunswick's medical officer of health, reported two new cases of COVID-19, which brings the province's total to 103.

April 5 – Three more COVID-19 cases were reported in the province.

April 4 – Provincial health officials announced three new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. There are now 98 cases in the province and 28 recoveries.

April 3 – There are four new confirmed cases of COVID-19, which brings the province's total to 95.

April 2 – There are 10 new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick. That brings the province's total to 91.

April 1 – There are 11 new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick. 14 people have recovered.

March 31 – New Brunswick reported two new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday afternoon. Nine people who had COVID-19 are now recovered.

March 30 – There are two new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick and one of the province's confirmed cases is a Shoppers Drug Mart employee.

March 29 – The province announced 15 new cases of COVID-19. They also announced two recoveries.

March 28 – The province announced 6 new cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery. The total in N.B. sits at 51.

March 27 – There are 12 new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick and all but one are linked to travel, said Dr. Jennifer Russell, the province's chief medical officer of health.

March 26 – New Brunswick has seven new cases of COVID-19 and all are travel-related.

March 25 – New Brunswick has eight news cases of COVID-19.

March 24 – The province is reporting one new case.

March 21 – New Brunswick identified six new cases, bringing the province's total to 17. The new cases involved individuals between 20 and 70 years old.

March 18 – The province announced three new presumptive cases of COVID-19, all of whom travelled recently or were in close contact with travellers.

March 17 – A boy under the age of ten was announced as the province's eighth case.

March 16 – A sixth presumptive case was announced, this one linked to a woman in her 20s who had recently travelled to Greece.

March 15Four new presumptive cases announced. Earlier, the province had identified one presumptive case and one confirmed case.

March 14 – Another presumptive COVID-19 case was reported in the province.

March 11 – New Brunswick has identified its first presumptive case of COVID-19, officials confirmed Wednesday. The woman is in her 50s and recently travelled to France. She was in isolation at home.

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Case History

July 30 - The province added one new infection and two additional recoveries.

July 29 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province, bringing the active case count to 10.

July 27 - Two new infections and six recoveries were reported in the province.

July 26 - One new case was reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 13. 

July 23 - Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, as well as one recovery.

July 21 - Seven new cases and three recoveries were reported in the province, bringing the active total to 11.

July 18 - Provincial authorities reported three new COVID-19 infections, bringing the active total to eight.

July 13 - One new infection was reported in the province, however two previously reported cases were removed due to a data correction.

July 12 - One new infection was reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 37.

July 11 – The province added four new cases on Sunday.

July 10One new case was added on Saturday.

July 9 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province. 

July 8 - Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, as well as two new recoveries. 

July 7 - One new case of COVID-19 and six recoveries were reported in the province.

July 6 - The province added seven new cases and eight additional recoveries. 

July 5 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province, as well as nine recoveries. 

July 4 - There were three new COVID-19 infections and two recoveries reported.

July 3 - Eight new cases and three recoveries were reported in the province.

July 2 - Two new infections and five recoveries were reported in the province. 

July 1 - The province reported four new cases and nine recoveries. 

June 30 - Nova Scotia reported four new cases of COVID-19, bringing the active case total to 55.

June 29 - The province reported one new case and seven recoveries. 

June 28 - Nova Scotia reported four new COVID-19 cases and four recoveries. 

June 27 - Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported, along with seven recoveries.

June 26 - The province added 11 new cases of COVID-19 and nine recoveries.

June 25 - Sixteen new cases of coronavirus were added to the provincial case total, as well as 15 new recoveries. 

June 24 - Five new infections and six recoveries were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 59.

June 22 - Two new cases of COVID-19 and two deaths were reported in the province. 

June 20 - Health officials reported two new cases of COVID-19 and seven recoveries.

June 19 - The province added six new cases of COVID-19 and 10 recoveries.

June 18 - Eleven new cases and 15 recoveries were reported in the province, bringing the active case total to 93.

June 17 - The province reported 14 new cases and nine recoveries, bringing the active case total to 97. 

June 16 - Health officials announced eight new cases and 13 additional recoveries. 

June 15 - Four new cases of COVID-19 and 29 recoveries were reported in the province.

June 14 - Health officials reported eight new infections and one new death in the province. 

June 13 - The province reported eight new COVID-19 infections and 11 recoveries.

June 12 - The province added 10 new cases of COVID-19 and a further five people have recovered.

June 11 - The province reported eight new infections of COVID-19 and one new death, marking the 89th death in the province. 

June 10 - Nova Scotia reported 15 new cases, however one of the cases was announced after the cut-off time for provincial reporting and will be added to the dashboard on Friday, June 11. 

June 9 - The province reported 13 new cases and 20 new recoveries from COVID-19.

June 8 - The province added 17 new infections and 28 additional recoveries. 

June 7 - The province reported 14 new cases of COVID-19, as well as 36 new recoveries. 

June 6  - Twelve new cases of COVID-19 were reported, along with 32 recoveries.

June 5 - Health officials are reporting 18 new cases of COVID-19 and 45 recoveries.

June 4 - Health officials reported 15 new infections and 37 recoveries from COVID-19.

June 3 - Health officials announced 25 new cases and one new death, marking the 88th death in the province. 

June 2 - Provincial health officials announced 17 new cases, two deaths and 72 recoveries. 

June 1 - Twelve new infections and 91 additional recoveries were reported in the province on Tuesday. 

May 31 - Nova Scotia recorded 17 new cases and 74 additional recoveries. 

May 30 - There were 20 new COVID-19 infections, 80 recoveries and one death reported.

May 29 – The province announced 33 new cases and four deaths.

May 28 - Provincial health officials reported 40 new cases and one new death, marking the 80th death in the province. 

May 27 - The province added 33 new cases and 182 recoveries, bringing the active case total to 638.

May 26 - The province reported 37 new cases and 94 recoveries. Additionally, two previously reported cases were removed from the case count.

May 25 - Nova Scotia reported 54 new infections and 102 additional recoveries. 

May 24 - Nova Scotia added 49 new cases of COVID-19.

May 22 - The province added 64 new cases, 1 death and 116 more recoveries.

May 21 - The province added 84 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths. 

May 20 - Nova Scotia added 65 new cases of COVID-19.

May 19 - Provincial health officials announced 83 new cases and two deaths. 

May 18 - Provincial health officials announced 90 new cases and 180 recoveries. 

May 17 - Health officials announced 91 new infections and 187 additional recoveries. 

May 16 - An additional 126 cases of COVID-19 were reported, as well as 103 new recoveries.

May 15 - The province added 86 new cases of COVID-19 as active cases dropped to 1,509.

May 14 - The province reported 117 new cases and one new death.

May 13 - The province added 110 new cases and 155 recoveries. 

May 12 - The province recorded 149 new infections and 119 recoveries. 

May 11 - Health officials reported 118 new infections, as well 178 recoveries.

May 10 - The province added 121 new cases and 90 recoveries. However, the total number of cases reported by the province only increased by 119. No explanation was provided.

May 9 – The province added 165 new cases.

May 8 – The province added 163 new cases and one death.

May 7 - Health officials announced 227 new cases and one new death marking its 70th death in the province. 

May 6 - Health officials reported 182 new cases and 76 recoveries.

May 5 - The province reported 175 new cases and 32 additional recoveries. 

May 4 - Health officials announced 153 new cases and the death of two individuals in Halifax.

May 3 - Health officials announced 146 new cases and 25 additional recoveries, as the province continues to work through its testing backlog.

May 2 - There were 133 more cases of COVID-19 reported as the province worked through a backlog of testing data.

May 1 – Health officials announced 148 new cases due to a backlog.

April 30 - Health officials announced 67 new cases of COVID-19.

April 29 - Health officials announced 70 new cases and 11 recoveries. 

April 28 - The province reported 75 new cases of COVID-19.

April 27 - Health officials announced 96 new cases of COVID-19

April 26 - The province added 66 new cases and six additional recoveries.

April 25 - Health officials reported 63 new cases Sunday, the highest number of new cases in a day since the pandemic began.

April 23 - Health officials announced an increase of 44 new cases and five recoveries. 

April 22 - The province added 38 new cases, bringing the active case total to 111.

April 21 - The province reported 25 new cases and 23 additional recoveries.

April 20 - Nine new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

April 19 - Provincial health officials reported 15 new cases and one additional recovery.

April 18 - There were seven cases of COVID-19 reported.

April 17 - The province reported eight new cases of COVID-19.

April 16 - Six cases and one new death was reported in the province, marking the 67th death in Nova Scotia. 

April 15 - Three new cases of COVID-19 identified as the B.1.1.7 variant were reported in the province. 

April 14 - The province reported two new cases and five recoveries.

April 13 - Health officials reported six new cases and seven additional recoveries. 

April 12 - The province reported seven new cases of COVID-19, plus one recovery on Monday.

April 11Five new cases were added on Sunday.

April 10 - Health officials reported eight new cases of COVID-19, pushing active cases to 43.

April 9 - Two new cases and one additional recovery were reported in the province. 

April 8 - Five new infections and two recoveries were identified in the province.

April 7 - The province added two new cases of COVID-19.

April 6 - Health officials announced six new cases and four recoveries, bringing the active case total in the province to 32. One previously reported case was removed as it will be counted in another province. 

April 5 - Three new COVID-19 cases and six recoveries were reported in the province. 

April 4 – The province reported seven new cases of COVID-19 and five recoveries.

April 3Four new cases of COVID-19 were added on Saturday.

April 2 – The province added nine new cases on Friday.

April 1 - Three new cases and two additional recoveries were reported in the province. 

March 31 - Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province.

March 30 - Three new cases of COVID-19 and three recoveries were reported in the province.

March 28 - There were two new cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries reported on Sunday.

March 27 - The province reported five new cases of COVID-19.

March 26 - Five new infections and three recoveries were reported in the province. 

March 25 - Three new cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries were reported in the province.

March 24 - The province reported five new infections and two additional recoveries. 

March 23 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province. 

March 22 - Two new cases of COVID-19 and three recoveries were reported in the province. 

March 21 - The province reported six new cases of COVID-19, its largest one-day total in over two weeks.

March 20 - The province reported two new cases.

March 19 - Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province. 

March 18 - Three new COVID-19 cases and one death were reported in the province. This marks the first death reported in Nova Scotia since Aug. 23.

March 17 - Two new infections were reported in the province. 

March 16 - Two new cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries were reported in the province. 

March 14 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19; however, a previous case was removed from the total after a data entry error.

March 13 - The province added five new cases.

March 12 - One new case and three recoveries were reported in the province.

March 10 - One new case of COVID-19 was reported in the province. 

March 9 - The province reported five new cases of COVID-19 and three new recoveries. 

March 7 - There were two new cases of COVID-19 reported, as well as two more recoveries.

March 6 - Health officials recorded six new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.

March 5 - Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the province, bringing the active case total in Nova Scotia to 31. 

March 4 - Three new cases of COVID-19 and four additional recoveries were reported in the province. 

March 3 - The province reported three additional cases of coronavirus

March 2 - Nova Scotia reported one new case of COVID-19 and seven new recoveries. 

March 1 -