April 1: Canada Has More Than 10,000 Positive COVID-19 Cases

imageThere are now at least 10,159 positive COVID-19 cases and 144 COVID-19 related fatalities in Canada. Canada has conducted over 222,799 tests for COVID-19.

The table below was generated from COVID-19 reporting data available on each province’s website, except Ontario.

Provinces

COVID-19 Cases

Deaths

Recovered cases

Total Tests

British Columbia1,0662560644,639
Alberta8711114253,141
Saskatchewan19333010,528
Manitoba1271?10,044
Ontario2,8207068957,874
Quebec461133?75463
Nova Scotia1730?6764
New Brunswick810144030
Prince Edward Island2103870
Newfoundland and Labrador1751102,816
Nunavut000290
North West Territories200979
Yukon603722
Repatriated Travellers1300

Total

10,159

144

1497

222,799

According to the epidemiological summaryprovided by Public Health Canada,

  • The highest proportion of cases are being reported among people 40-59 years of age (36%), followed by those 20-39 years of age (29%) and 60-79 years of age (25%).
  • Only a small proportion of cases (4%) have been reported among people ≤ 19 years of age.
  • Males (50%) and females (50%) are both affected equally.
  • From the hospitalization data available for 3,177 (57%) of all cases, 30% of the cases are 60 years of age and older, these cases represent the highest proportion of hospitalizations (59%) and ICU admissions (59%).
  • Five hospitalizations and one admission to ICU were reported in individuals ≤ 19 years of age.

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