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There are now almost 45,000 cases of COVID-19 in Canada

The pandemic continues to affect most provinces and territories across Canada with the latest numbers showing 44,364 confirmed and presumptive cases, 15,541 recoveries and 2,302 deaths as of today.

Quebec is reporting 22,616 confirmed cases, including 1,340 deaths, 4,724 resolved. This marks an increase of 97 deaths since Thursday.

Meanwhile, Ontario has 13,995 confirmed cases, including 811 deaths, 7,509 resolved. 476 new cases have been reported, down from 640 yesterday.

Here are more of the latest numbers from around the country.

  • Alberta: 4,017 confirmed (including 72 deaths, 1,397 resolved)
  • British Columbia: 1,853 confirmed (including 98 deaths, 1,114 resolved)
  • Nova Scotia: 850 confirmed (including 16 deaths, 392 resolved)
  • Saskatchewan: 341 confirmed (including 4 deaths, 280 resolved)
  • Manitoba: 252 confirmed (including 6 deaths, 174 resolved), 11 presumptive
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 256 confirmed (including 3 deaths, 199 resolved)
  • New Brunswick: 118 confirmed (including 104 resolved)
  • Prince Edward Island: 26 confirmed (including 24 resolved)
  • Repatriated Canadians: 13 confirmed (including 13 resolved)
  • Yukon: 11 confirmed (including 8 resolved)
  • Northwest Territories: 5 confirmed (including 5 resolved)
  • Nunavut: No confirmed cases

Both Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have begun taking steps to reopen the provinces, and Ontario is set to release details of its reopening plan next week.

Lead photo by

Sunnybrooke Health Sciences Centre


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