A picture of the most recent COVID-19 cases throughout provinces, plus more maps and charts taking a look at the variety of deaths and testing rates from coast to coast
As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps throughout Canada and the world, the numbers are altering quickly. Maclean’s has actually produced this heat map to provide all the essential details on one page. Numbers were last updated since June 25 at 9 a.m. EDT, and consist of the latest information from the federal, provincial and territorial governments. ( Maclean’s is also tracking Canada’s progress in “flattening the curve”– see that here)
Here are the national statistics for Canada:
- No. of cases: 103,957
- No. of cases per 100,000 population: 274
- No. of deaths: 8,530
- No. of everyday tests: 38,152
- No. of day-to-day tests per 100,000 population: 101
Figures on March 23 put Ontario at 425 cases and Yukon at just 2. By determining their cases per 100,000 population, Yukon has 4.9 cases per 100,000 population while Ontario has 2.9.
Distinctions in how the pandemic has actually affected the areas of the country also impact the percentage of cases that are presently active, in addition to the percentage of those who have actually recovered from the infections or have actually passed away.