Tracking every case of COVID-19 in Canada
Cases Today (March 28)
Manitoba (25) – The province announced 25 new cases, bringing the total number in the province to 64.
Ontario (151) – Health officials announced 151 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 1,144.
Quebec (477) – 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.
British Columbia (Back to top)
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 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 19 – One 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 16 – Three 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 13 – Eleven 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 12 – Seven 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 4 – A 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. 29 – British 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.
Alberta (Back to top)
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 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 14 – Ten 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 13 – Six 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 12 – Four 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 11 – Five 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 10 – Seven 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.
Saskatchewan (Back to top)
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 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 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 14 – Four 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.
Manitoba (Back to top)
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 18 – Two 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 16 – A 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 13 – A 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.
Ontario (Back to top)
March 28 – Health officials announced 151 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 1,144.
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 50 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 9 – Ontario 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 5 – The 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 3 – Two 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 2 – Three 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. 25 – The 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.
Quebec (Back to top)
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 26 – Quebec 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 15 – Another 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 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.
New Brunswick (Back to top)
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 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 15 – Four 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.
Nova Scotia (Back to top)
March 27 – There are 17 new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 90.
March 26 – There are five new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, including a case that doesn't appear to be linked to travel or an earlier case. The latest cases, announced Thursday, bring the total number of cases in the province to 73.
March 25 – There are 17 new cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the province to 68. The province says two people have now recovered from the virus.
March 24 – Ten new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Nova Scotia, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 51.
March 22 – The province announced seven newly identified cases of COVID-19 and declared a provincial state of emergency. All seven new cases were either travel related or were a close contact of previously announced cases.
March 21 – Health officials identified six new cases, spread across the province, since their last update, all involving travel. An individual in their late teens was among the new cases. One of the earlier patients that was hospitalized was released and recovering at home, while another confirmed case was hospitalized.
March 16 – Two new presumptive positive cases are identified. A woman and a man in their 50s who had close contact with someone who recently travelled abroad tested positive.
March 15 – Nova Scotia's first three presumptive cases are announced. The cases are unrelated to each other, but were related to travel abroad.
Prince Edward Island (Back to top)
March 27 – The province is reporting two new cases of COVID-19 Friday afternoon.
March 25 – Prince Edward Island has identified two new cases of COVID-19, chief public health officer Dr. Heather Morrison announced Wednesday afternoon.
March 19 – The province reported a second case of COVID-19 involving a man in his 40s who returned earlier in the week after travelling to the U.K.
Newfoundland and Labrador (Back to top)
March 27 – Newfoundland is reporting 20 new cases for a total of 102 cases of COVID-19.
March 26 – The province is reporting 15 new cases of COVID-19.
March 25 – Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, the province's chief medical officer of health, announced 32 new presumptive positive cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed and presumptive cases to 67.
March 24 – The province is reporting 11 new cases with a total of 35 confirmed cases.
March 23 – The province has reported 15 new cases.
March 22 – The province announced three new presumptive positive cases.
March 21 – Two new cases were identified by the province.
March 20 – The province reported its fourth case.
March 17 – Two new presumptive cases were announced in the province.
March 14 – The province reports its first presumptive positive case, involving a woman who returned from a cruise.
Yukon (Back to top)
March 27 – Yukon announced one new case and declared a state of emergency.
March 25 – The territory is confirming one new case Wednesday.
March 22 – Two cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the Yukon on Sunday, according to the territorial government.
Northwest Territories (Back to top)
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.
Nunavut (Back to top)
No cases reported.
13 cases involve Canadians who returned from the Grand Princess cruise ship into isolation at the Canadian Forces Base in Trenton, Ont.
March 20 – A 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