COVID in Canada by provinces and territories

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COVID-19, or coronavirus, is a novel strain of the virus first identified in 2019. It is a contagious respiratory illness that is spread through close contact with an infected person or through contact with contaminated objects and surfaces. Symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild to severe and may include fever, cough, shortness of breath, and body aches. In some cases, the virus can cause more serious illnesses, including pneumonia and death.
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COVID Canada by provinces

COVID-19 continues to spread in Canada, with cases reported in all provinces and territories. As of April 2021, more than one million cases had been reported in the country.
In British Columbia, over 104,000 cases had been reported as of April 2021. The province also has the second-highest death toll in the country, with 1,565 fatalities related to COVID-19. British Columbia is currently in a state of emergency, with restrictions on gatherings and activities in place.
Ontario has reported the highest number of cases in the country, with more than 442,000 as of April 2021. The province has also seen the highest number of deaths, with 8,075 fatalities related to COVID-19 at the same time. Ontario is currently in a province-wide lockdown, with all non-essential businesses closed and gatherings restricted.
Alberta has seen over 248,000 reported cases as of April 2021, along with 2,278 deaths related to COVID-19. The province has implemented various restrictions, including a limit on public gatherings and a curfew for certain regions.
In Quebec, more than 315,000 cases and 10,719 deaths had been reported as of April 2021. The province is currently in a state of health emergency, with restrictions on gatherings and certain business activities in place.
In Manitoba, more than 40,000 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with 824 deaths related to the virus. The province has imposed various restrictions on businesses and activities in order to slow the spread of the virus.
In Saskatchewan, over 32,000 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with 522 deaths related to COVID-19. The province has implemented restrictions on businesses and gatherings in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
In New Brunswick, more than 8,800 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with 77 deaths related to the virus. The province has implemented various restrictions on gatherings and businesses in order to slow the spread of the virus.
In Newfoundland and Labrador, more than 2,200 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with 54 deaths related to COVID-19. The government has implemented various restrictions on businesses and activities in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
In Nova Scotia, over 6,400 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with 71 deaths related to the virus. The province has implemented restrictions on gatherings and business activities in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
In Prince Edward Island, over 400 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with seven deaths related to the virus. The province has implemented restrictions on gatherings and businesses in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
In the Yukon, over 580 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with three deaths related to COVID-19. The government has implemented various restrictions on businesses and activities in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
In the Northwest Territories, more than 250 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with two deaths related to the virus. The government has implemented restrictions on businesses and activities in order to reduce the spread of the virus.
In Nunavut, more than 2,200 cases had been reported as of April 2021, along with 30 deaths related to COVID-19. The government has implemented various restrictions on businesses and activities in order to reduce the spread of the virus.

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