The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 10:50 a.m. ET on May 24, 2020: There are 84,081 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada. _ Quebec: 46,838 confirmed (including 3,940 deaths, 14,044 resolved) _ Ontario: 25,500 confirmed (including 2,073 deaths, 19,477 resolved) _ Alberta: 6,818 confirmed (including 135...
The Ministry of Health reported 460 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, after performing 11,383 tests in its latest 24-hour stretch. It’s the biggest spike the province has recorded since May 8, while it marks the fourth straight day that it has eclipsed 400 new daily cases. It’s also the...
No new victims were identified for the second straight day in Nova Scotia, but health officials did report a new case of COVID-19, increasing its total to 1,049. Among its total cases are 969 people who have recovered from the virus (up by eight), while there are six people in...
Alberta identified 18 new cases of COVID-19 and one more death, increasing its totals to 6,818 and 135, respectively. According to its online database, there are now 48 people in hospital (down by six), while there remains six in intensive care. Sixty-eight more people have recovered since Friday’s update,...
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry was “happy” to report that no new cases were found among residents of long-term care facilities over the last day, as the total remains at 330 residents. There are still 14 long-term care or assisted-living facilities, and two acute-care units that have active outbreaks....
Health authorities in Saskatchewan have identified three new cases of COVID-19, increasing its total count to 630. Two of those cases are in the Saskatoon area and the other is in the Far North, which has 76 of the province’s 88 active cases. Fourteen more people have recovered from...
Quebec health authorities have reported that they’ve completed 14,572 tests in a 24-hour stretch. It means for the first time, Canada’s worst-hit province has surpassed its goal of 14,000 tests a day, which was set May 1. There’s a two-day delay in Quebec’s testing statistics, therefore the 14,572 stat is for...
The Ministry of Health reported 412 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario, after performing 11,028 tests in its latest 24-hour stretch. It now marks the sixth straight day that the province has failed to meet its goal of 16,000 tests a day, or its max capacity of 21,000. It’s...
Edmonton city council will consider cutting licensing fees in half and offering thousands of dollars in grants to businesses struggling through the pandemic. It's the latest proposal put forward by the city in an effort to buoy the local economy after property taxes were delayed, rent was deferred for...
Ontario reported 412 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, continuing an upward trend and pushing the total number of cases in the province to more than 25,000 since the pandemic began. Of the total number, 76.5 per cent, or 19,146, are resolved. The new numbers are a drop after Friday's...