Coronavirus Canada updates: More than 106,000 infections and 8,700 deaths

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Coronavirus Canada Update: Manitoba active cases drop, Sask. cases stay same
Coronavirus Canada Update: Manitoba active cases drop, Sask. cases stay same

Total COVID-19 cases in Canada: 106,107 diagnoses, 8,709 deaths and 69,954 recoveries (as of July 7 5:00 p.m. ET)

Alberta – 8,389 cases, including 155 deaths (7,532 resolved)

British Columbia – 2,978 cases, 183 deaths (2,608 resolved)

Manitoba – 325 cases, 7 deaths (307 resolved)

New Brunswick – 165 cases, 2 deaths (162 resolved)

Newfoundland and Labrador – 261 cases, 3 deaths (258 resolved)

Northwest Territories – 5 cases (5 resolved)

Nova Scotia – 1,065 cases, 63 deaths (998 resolved)

Ontario – 36,060 cases, 2,691 deaths (31,603 resolved)

Prince Edward Island – 32 cases (27 resolved)

Quebec – 55,997 cases, 5,590 deaths (25,458 resolved)

Saskatchewan – 806 cases, 15 deaths (737 resolved)

Yukon – 11 cases (11 resolved)

Nunavut – 0 cases (1 false positive case, 1 probable case pending confirmation)

CFB Trenton – 13 cases (13 resolved)

Authorities in Canada are working to contain the spread of COVID-19, which the World Health Organization deemed a pandemic in mid-March.

Canadians have contracted the disease while travelling in other countries from all over the world. Certain cases in Canada, which are linked to travel, have led to human-to-human transmission between close contacts, while community spread has been reported in the majority of Canada’s provinces.

In order to contain the spread, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has restricted Canada’s borders, provinces and territories have declared states of emergencies, while people returning back to Canada must self-isolate for 14 days upon return under the Quarantine Act.

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