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

There 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 Columbia 1,066 25 606 44,639
Alberta 871 11 142 53,141
Saskatchewan 193 3 30 10,528
Manitoba 127 1 ? 10,044
Ontario 2,820 70 689 57,874
Quebec 4611 33 ? 75463
Nova Scotia 173 0 ? 6764
New Brunswick 81 0 14 4030
Prince Edward Island 21 0 3 870
Newfoundland and Labrador 175 1 10 2,816
Nunavut 0 0 0 290
North West Territories 2 0 0 979
Yukon 6 0 3 722
Repatriated Travellers 13 0 0

Total

10,159

144

1497

222,799

According to the epidemiological summary provided 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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