How Canada's 742,531 COVID-19 cases break down by province

Jan 24 2021, 10:23 pm

Canada has seen 742,531 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began nearly a year ago in March 2020. Of that total, 64,573 cases are currently active.

As of January 24, Ontario has seen the highest cumulative COVID-19 case count of any province or territory.

Based on data from the federal government, the province has recorded 252,585 virus cases to date.

Quebec has the second-highest case count, with 252,176 reported as of January 24. Alberta follows, with 120,330 total cases.

Ontario COVID-19 cases

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British Columbia has confirmed 63,484 coronavirus cases to date, while Manitoba has seen 28,476 cases, and Saskatchewan has recorded 21,917.

Other parts of the country have seen far fewer cases throughout the pandemic, with some provinces and territories yet to reach 1,000 cumulative cases.

Nova Scotia has reported 1,570 COVID-19 cases since March 2020, and New Brunswick has confirmed 1,104. Newfoundland and Labrador has seen 398 cases as of January 24.

There have been 267 coronavirus cases in Nunavut and 110 in Prince Edward Island. Yukon has reported 70 virus cases to date, and the Northwest Territories has seen 31.

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