Confirmed cases of COVID-19 pass 24,000 in Canada as global cases reach 1.85 million. Meanwhile, the United States hit more than half a million total cases on Easter Sunday.
Canada is approaching 21,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 509 recorded deaths. Globally, coronavirus cases have surpassed 1.6 million.
In Canada, total COVID-19 cases have passed 19,000, with 435 recorded deaths and more than 4,600 people considered recovered.
Canada is approaching 18,000 cases of COVID-19 after adding more than 1,200 cases in the past day. Globally, coronavirus cases have surpassed 1.4 million, with more than 82,000 reported deaths.
Canada saw an increase of more than 1,100 cases of COVID-19 in the last day, bringing the total to more than 16,600.
There are now more than 15,500 cases of COVID-19 and 280 recorded deaths in Canada as people around the world continue to practise social distancing to stem the pandemic.
There are now more than one million cases of COVID-19 around the world with Canada's case numbers surging past 11,000 infections and 138 deaths. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
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