Across Canada

Cases

Total New Today
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Case Status

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Cases Today (Aug. 6) 

Ontario (95) - 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.

Quebec (133) – 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.

New Brunswick (2) – Health officials announced two more cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

Manitoba (30)Thirty new cases and six recoveries were announced on Thursday.

Saskatchewan (11)Eleven new cases, 31 recoveries and one death was reported on Thursday.

Alberta (56) – Health officials announced 56 new cases, 93 recoveries and two deaths.

British Columbia (47) – The province announced 47 new cases and 27 recoveries.

 

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

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British Columbia Top

Cases

Total Confirmed Presumptive
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Status

Active Recovered Deceased
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Test Details

Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

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.

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Alberta Top

Cases

Total Confirmed Presumptive
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Status

Active Recovered Deceased
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Test Details

Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

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.

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Saskatchewan Top

Cases

Total Confirmed Presumptive
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Status

Active Recovered Deceased
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Test Details

Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

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.

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Manitoba Top

Cases

Total Confirmed Presumptive
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Status

Active Recovered Deceased
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Test Details

Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

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 annoucned 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.

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Ontario Top

Cases

Total Confirmed Presumptive
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Status

Active Recovered Deceased
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Test Details

Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

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.

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Quebec Top

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Case History

Note:  As of July 17, Quebec introduced a new system to identify people who have recovered from COVID-19.  Read details here.

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.

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New Brunswick Top

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Case History

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.

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Nova Scotia Top

Cases

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Administered Negative Pending
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Case History

Aug. 2Two new cases were announced on Sunday

July 31 -- Nova Scotia added 2 new cases of COVID-19. It had gone more than two weeks without any new cases.

July 29 -- Nova Scotia reported one new death, marking the first time since June 22 that a death has been reported in the province. No new cases or recoveries were announced.

July 26 -- For the 11th day in a row, Nova Scotia is reporting no new cases of COVID-19, and the one active case in the province is now resolved.

July 25 -- The province recorded no new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.

July 19 -- Nova Scotia is reporting no new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday for the fourth day in a row. Two active cases remain in the province.

July 18 -- Nova Scotia reported no new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.

July 15 – Nova Scotia confirmed one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

July 10One new recovery was announced, bringing the total number of recoveries in the province to 1,000.

July 8 - Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19. 

July 6 - The province added one new case of COVID-19 that is related to travel outside of Canada. 

July 3 – Nova Scotia is reporting no new cases of COVID-19, breaking a three day streak of reporting new cases in the province.

July 2 – One new case was added on Thursday.

July 1 - Health officials announced one new case of COVID-19. 

June 30 – The province reported one new case of COVID-19 that is related to travel. This marks the first case reported since June 9.

June 22 - The province reported one death and no new cases.

June 19 – Nova Scotia has gone 10 days without a new case. The province lists only one case as currently active. On Thursday, Premier Stephen McNeil announced that Nova Scotians can now gather in groups of 10 without physical distancing.

June 12The province issued a correction Saturday afternoon to say there were no new cases. Earlier in the day they announced one case but clarified that it was a false positive. One recovery was also announced.

June 11 – The province added just one recovery on Thursday.

June 10 – After issues with the province’s public health reporting system, the province's ‘reconciled’ data confirmed no new cases and adjusted recovery numbers from 999 to 994 recoveries. 

June 9 – The province reported one new case of COVID-19 and one more death. 

June 7 – Health officials announced one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday.

June 6  – The province announced two recoveries on Saturday.

June 4 -- Health officials in Nova Scotia report one death as a result of COVID-19, as well as two recoveries. 

June 3 -- Health officials in Nova Scotia report one new case of COVID-19, as well as one recovery.

June 1 - Health officials reported one new case of the novel coronavirus on Monday, and three cases were recovered.

May 31 -- The province reported no new cases of COVID-19, but three cases were reported as recovered.

May 30 - Nova Scotia adds one new case of COVID-19 and one death.

May 28 -- Health officials in Nova Scotia report two new active cases of COVID-19, as well as two recoveries.

May 27 -- Nova Scotia adds one new active case of COVID-19.

May 26 -- Nova Scotia adds two new active cases of COVID-19, along with one death.  

*Nova Scotia announced two new cases on Tuesday, but also noted one previous false positive. The total number of cases in the province went up by one, from 1,051 to 1,052.

May 25 -- Nova Scotia adds one new active case of COVID-19, along with one recovery.  

May 24 – Health officials announced one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday, along with four recoveries.

May 23  – Health officials announced one new case and eight recoveries.

May 22 -- Nova Scotia adds two new active cases of COVID-19, along with two recoveries.  

May 21 -- Nova Scotia adds one new active case of COVID-19, along with one death.  

May 20 -- Nova Scotia adds one new active case of COVID-19, along with one death. 

May 19 -- Nova Scotia adds one new active cases of COVID-19, along with one death.  

May 18 -- Nova Scotia adds three new active cases of COVID-19, along with eight recoveries.  

May 17 – The province reported three new cases of the virus as well as eight recoveries. 

May 16 – Health officials announced three new COVID-19 cases and 12 recoveries on Saturday.

May 15 -- Nova Scotia adds eight new active cases of COVID-19, along with four deaths.  

May 14 --  Nova Scotia adds two new active cases of COVID-19, along with 39 recoveries. 

May 13 -- Nova Scotia added four new active cases of COVID-19, along with 3 deaths. 

May 12 -- Nova Scotia adds one new active case of COVID-19, along with 97 recovered patients.

May 11 – Nova Scotia announces one new case of COVID-19, as well as one death.

May 10 – The province announced seven new cases on Sunday, along with six new recoveries.

May 9 – The province announced just three new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday and one new death. Health officials also announced 21 recoveries.

May 8 – Nova Scotia is reporting two more deaths related to COVID-19 and only one new case of the virus.

May 7 – Nova Scotia is reporting nine new cases, as well as three more deaths related to COVID-19 at the Northwood long-term care home in Halifax.

May 6 – Nova Scotia reports seven new cases of COVID-19 in the province.

May 5 – Nova Scotia has reported six new active cases and three deaths in the province.

May 4 – Nova Scotia is reporting 14 new cases and another death related to COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths in the province to 38.

May 3 – The province announced eight new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths.

May 2 – The province announced four new cases of COVID-19, along with two new deaths.

May 1 – Nova Scotia announces 12 new active cases of COVID-19, and one death.

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Prince Edward Island Top

Cases

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Case History

July 14 - Health officials reported one new case of COVID-19 that was found from an essential worker who recently returned from international travel. 

July 13 - The province announced one new cases of COVID-19 increasing the amount of cases to a total of 35. 

July 9 – Officials on P.E.I. announced one new case.

July 5 – The province added two new cases.

July 4 – For the first time in two months, health officials announced three new cases.

July 3 – Prince Edward Island has not reported a new case of COVID-19 since April 28, and as of Friday, has lifted travel restrictions within the Atlantic region. Video footage from the Confederation Bridge showed a steady stream of vehicles heading to P.E.I. after midnight when the restrictions were lifted.

June 19 – Prince Edward Island has not recorded a new infection since April 28. All cases have been considered recovered since May 8. The province says it will move into Phase 4 of its plan on June 26.

June 5 -- After 38 days with no new cases of COVID-19, Prince Edward Island began their third phase of reopening on June 1. Phase three includes indoor gatherings of 15 people or less, salons and spas reopening and restaurants opening for up to 50 guests at a time. 

May 29 -- Today marks 31 days with no new active cases of COVID-19 in Prince Edward Island. Yesterday, Premier Dennis King extended the public health emergency in PEI until June 14th. He also announced that those wanting to visit seasonal residences out of province will have to submit an application.

May 22 -- As of today, Prince Edward Island has gone 24 straight days without a new case of COVID-19. This week, the province announced that they would begin the approval process for season residents on June 1st. Phase two of PEI's reopening plan begins today. 

April 28 – Prince Edward Island announces one new case, following twleve straight days without any new cases.

April 22 – Prince Edward Island has not reported a new case of COVID-19 in a week with the total number of cases remaining at 26. Twenty-four cases are now considered recovered.

April 15 – Prince Edward Island is reporting one new case of COVID-19. This is the first new case the island has identified in a week.

April 13 – For the fifth straight day, Prince Edward Island has identified no new cases of COVID-19, as the total number of cases in the province remains at 25. 23 of the 25 cases are considered recovered.

April 11 – Prince Edward Island has reported no new cases and no new recoveries.

April 8 – Prince Edward Island has reported three new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 25.

April 6 – For the fourth straight day, Prince Edward Island says there are no new cases of COVID-19 in the province. Eight cases are now considered recovered.

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July 26 -- Newfoundland and Labrador reported one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday.

July 24 - Newfoundland added one new case involving a woman between the ages of 20 and 39 who recently travelled to Southeast Asia. Health officials say the woman had symptoms during her travels and contact tracing is now underway.

July 22 - Newfoundland health officials reported one new case in the province.

July 21 - The province reported one new case of COVID-19, its first case in 11 days.

July 10 – The province announced one new case. It’s the first new case in more than a month.

July 3 – Newfoundland and Labrador has not reported a new case of COVID-19 since May 28. The province is at level two on their five-level COVID-19 Alert Level System.

June 19 – The province has not recorded a new case since May 28, and as of Thursday, there are no active cases in the province. The province is at level three on their five-level COVID-19 Alert Level System.

June 18 – One recovery was announced.

June 5 -- Newfoundland and Labrador has reported no new cases of COVID-19 since May 28th. Last week, residents were permitted to expanded their two-household "bubble" to include an additional six people. 

May 31 -- Health officials reported no new cases of COVID-19.

May 30 - Newfoundland and Labrador reported no new cases of COVID-19.

May 28 -- The province reports one new active case of COVID-19; Newfoundland and Labrador's first in three weeks. 

May 23  – The province announced one new recovery on Saturday.

May 22 -- This day marks 15 days with no new cases of COVID-19 for Newfoundland and Labrador. With only four active cases in the province, services like pet grooming and outdoor tennis courts will be open next week. 

May 17 – The province reported no new cases for a 10th straight day.

May 16 – Health officials announced one new recovery on Saturday.

May 15 - One case of COVID-19 that was considered positive has now been deemed negative. This brings the total number of cases in the province back down to 260. 

May 7 – The province announces two new cases of COVID-19, after five straight days with no new cases.

May 2 – The province announce one new recovery on Saturday and no new cases.

May 1 – The province reports its first new case in five days, along with five recovered patients.

April 29 – The province reported no new cases for a third straight day.

April 28 – There are no new cases in the province for the second straight day. Health officials announced one new recovery.

April 27 – The province announced no new cases and two new recoveries.

April 26 – Health officials announced one new case and 11 recoveries.

April 25 – Health officials announced one new case and one new recovery on Saturday.

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July 24 - One more Yukon resident tested positive for COVID-19 after contracting the virus outside of the territory, health officials confirmed.

July 17 – Health officials announced two new cases.

July 3 – The territory has had zero active cases since May 1. Yukon is in phase two of its reopening plan and is set to enter phase two on July 1.

June 19 – The territory has had zero active cases since May 1. Yukon is in phase one of its reopening plan and is set to enter phase two on July 1.

June 5 -- With no active cases of COVID-19 since May 1st, the territory has announced that restrictions on its border with British Columbia will be lifted after July 1st. 

May 29 -- Yukon has had no new active cases of COVID-19 in over five weeks. Last week, the territory announced that low-income essential workers would receive a temporary $4/hour pay increase for up to 16 weeks. 

May 22 -- With no new cases of COVID-19 since April 20th, Yukon is moving in to their first phase of reopening. Yukon businesses and personal services ordered to close will have to have operational plans approved by the government before reopening. These guidelines were announced on May 19. 

May 1 – The territory announced two more recoveries, stating that all 11 patients have now recovered.

April 20 – Two new cases were identified, bringing the territory's total to 11.

April 18 – Yukon reported no new cases and one new recovery.

April 17 – Yukon added one new case of COVID-19 and one recovery.

April 13 – Yukon health officials announced two additional recoveries, but no new cases.

April 8 – The territory adds one new case, bringing its total to eight.

April 6 – The territory reported one new case, bringing its total to 7 cases.

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July 3 –  The territory has had zero active cases since April 20.

June 19 – The territory has had zero active cases since April 20. The government says that all schools in the territory have submitted plans to reopen for the upcoming school year. 

June 5 -- Northwest Territories has had no active cases of COVID-19 since April 20th. Public health offcicials say that Phase two of their reopening plan could begin as early as next Friday. This phase would include outdoor gatherings of up to 50 people, and the reopening of restaurants, gym and theatres (with restrictions). 

May 29 -- All five active cases of COVID-19 in Northwest Territories have been recovered for over five and a half weeks. 

May 22 -- With all five of Northwest Territories' cases having been recovered since April 20th, the territory has loosened restrictions on social gatherings, and allowed some businesses to open with restrictions. NWT is still encouraging tight social bubbles, and mask use in the service sector. 

April 20 – Northwest Territories is now reporting all five cases of COVID-19 in the territory are considered recovered.

April 17 – Northwest Territories is reporting no new cases and one new recovery Friday.

April 13 – The territory is reporting one new recovery Monday.

April 5 – Northwest Territories confirmed its fifth case on Sunday night.

April 3 – Northwest Territories is reporting one recovery of COVID-19.

April 2 – The territory confirmed two new cases Thursday night.

April 1 – The territory is reporting a second confirmed case.

March 21 – The territory reported its first case of COVID-19 involving an individual who recently travelled to British Columbia and Alberta. They are recovering at home.

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July 15 - Health officials announced two presumptive cases of COVID-19 from two individuals who are asymptomatic. The cases are not being added to the tally until confirmed.

July 12 - Officials in Nunavut have announced that the territory's most recent presumptive case of COVID-19 has been determined to be negative.

July 3 – Nunavut announced a presumptive case of COVID-19 on July 2, and the case is still classified as "probable" on their government website.

July 2 – The territory announced a presumptive case of COVID-19 at the Mary River Mine. The case is not being added to the tally until confirmed.

June 19 – Nunavut has had zero confirmed cases of the virus. The government site has updates on travel restrictions and other limitations.

June 5 -- Nunavut has reported no cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began. 

May 29 -- Nunavut has yet to report any active cases of COVID-19. Yesterday, the territory announced a $5/hour wage top-up for essential workers, and extended their public health emergency until June 11th. 

May 22 -- Deemed the "only coronavirus-free place in Canada," Nunavut's caseload remains at zero. Only Nunavut residents and critical workers are allowed in the territory, and physical distancing measures remain in effect. 

May 4 - The previously identified case of COVID-19 in Nunavut has now been deemed a false positive. This brings the number of cases in the territory back to 0.

April 30 – Nunavut has reported its first case of COVID-19. (Update: the case was later deemed to be a false positive)

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Repatriated

Thirteen Canadians tested positive for COVID-19 after travelling on the Grand Princess cruise ship off the coast of California in March. Those passengers were flown home and spent time in isolation at the Canadian Forces Base in Trenton, Ont. The Public Health Agency of Canada told CTV News on June 2 that all 13 cases are now considered recovered.

Overseas

March 20A Canadian has died in Japan from complications related to COVID-19, Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne tweeted on Friday. Global Affairs has confirmed to CTV News that the individual was a passenger on the Diamond Princess cruise ship that was badly hit with the virus last month. *This case is not being counted in the overall count of cases in Canada

 

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