TRACKING COVID-19 CASES ACROSS CANADA as of April 21

Canada reported 1,379 new cases across Canada today bringing the national number of COVID-19 cases to 38,210, including 13,143 recoveries and 1,831. There are now 23,236 active cases in Canada.

Quebec – Quebec has the most number of infected cases in Canada with 807 new cases today. Total confirmed cases in the province reached 20,126, with 1,041 deaths, 4,048 have recovered. There are now 15,037 active cases.

Ontario – The second most affected province in Canada, with 551 new cases confirmed today and 38 new deaths. Health officials confirmed a total of 11,735 confirmed cases in Ontario, with 622 deaths and 5,806 have recovered leaving 5,307 active cases.

Alberta – Third on the list as the most affected province in Canada with a total of 2,908 confirmed cases, including 59 deaths and 1,230 have recovered. There are now 1,619 active cases.

British Columbia – No new case reported today. The province now has a total of 1,699 confirmed cases including 86 deceased. 1,039 cases have recovered. There are now 574 active cases.

Nova Scotia – Nova Scotia is reporting 16 new cases and one new death from COVID-19, bringing the province’s total to 737 confirmed cases, including 10 deaths. 286 cases have recovered. There are now 441 active cases.

Saskatchewan  – The province of Saskatchewan is reporting 4 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the province’s total to 320 confirmed cases, but 252 have recovered and there are now 64 active cases. Four people have died.

Newfoundland – Newfoundland is reporting no new cases for the third consecutive day. They reported a total of 257 confirmed cases, with a total of 194 people have recovered. There are now 60 active cases and three deaths.

Manitoba – Provincial health officials have announced one new case of COVID-19 in Manitoba. The province reported 255 confirmed cases, including 50 people recovered from the virus and there are currently 99 active cases. Six people have died.

New Brunswick – There are no new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick today. It’s the seventh day in the last 11 that the province has reported no new cases. There are four new recoveries. There are 118 confirmed cases, but 102 people have recovered. There are now 16 active cases and zero deaths.

Prince Edward Island – There are 26 confirmed cases, with 23 have recovered and three active cases. There are no deaths.

Yukon – There are 11 confirmed cases in the territory of Yukon, but eight have recovered and three active cases. There are zero deaths.

Northwest Territories – There were five confirmed cases in total but all five cases have recovered.

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