NOTE: This story and map will be updated as new information comes in. This article was most recently updated on March 28 at 9 p.m. ET.
According to provincial health officials, there have been:
- 1,117 confirmed cases in Ontario
- 884 in British Columbia
- 2,498 in Quebec
- 621 in Alberta
- 61 in Manitoba
- 134 in Saskatchewan
- 51 in New Brunswick
- 11 in Prince Edward Island
- 110 in Nova Scotia
- 120 in Newfoundland and Labrador
- One in the Northwest Territories
- Four in Yukon
There are 13 confirmed cases of repatriated Canadians who tested positive for COVID-19. More presumed cases have been reported, but they have not been confirmed by the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg. No cases have been documented in Nunavut.
The most recent information from the Canadian government can be found at this website, which was last updated on March 28.
The new virus was first reported in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. Since then, the virus has been found in dozens of countries, with thousands of cases discovered in China, Iran, South Korea, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, the U.S., the U.K. and elsewhere.
Across Canada, health officials have reported 61 deaths from COVID-19 in four provinces, including:
- 17 in B.C.
- 19 in Ontario
- 22 in Quebec
- Two in Alberta
- One in Manitoba
Health officials say there are steps Canadians can take to minimize the risk of exposure. It’s recommended people self-isolate whether they have the virus or not, practice social distancing when they need to go out, and clean hands frequently with soap and water or alcohol-based solutions to prevent the spread of the virus.
The map below shows confirmed coronavirus cases in Canada. Provinces with red indicators above them have confirmed cases while areas with green indicators have no reported cases. Click on the regions below to get more information about the coronavirus in Canada.
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