Coronavirus Canada updates: British Columbia diagnoses 53 new patients over two days

Coronavirus Canada Updates: Ontario reports 821 new cases of COVID-19
Coronavirus Canada Updates: Ontario reports 821 new cases of COVID-19

In the province’s first update since Saturday, Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 53 new diagnoses and three new deaths due to COVID-19. British Columbia now has a total of 2,224 cases and 117 deaths.

New modelling data was also presented at today’s update with officials estimating the province can reach – new cases daily during the month of June.

Alberta announces nine new deaths, pushing COVID-19 death toll past 100

Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced Alberta’s latest cases of COVID-19 as well as an outbreak at a Purolator distribution centre where 30 employees tested positive.

Dr. Hinshaw announced nine deaths in the province, the highest daily increase since the start of the pandemic. The provincial death toll is now 104.

There were also 70 new diagnoses, bring Alberta’s total to 5,836.

Saskatchewan announces biggest daily increase in cases

As the “Re-Open Saskatchewan” initiative got underway Monday, the province reported its biggest daily increase in new COVID-19 cases with 34 new diagnoses. The previous highest daily total was 30 on March 28.

The announcement brought the province’s total number of cases to 467.

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