As the province continues to reopen, Quebec continues to report more cases of COVID-19 and related fatalities, albeit seeing much smaller increases each day. There were 69 new cases reported on Thursday, as well as 14 more deaths related to the virus. In hospital, 411 people are under care for COVID-19 including 32 in intensive care.
Ontario farm hit hard by COVID-19
Migrant workers at an Ontario farm are experiencing an outbreak in the Windsor-Essex region. There are 191 workers on the farm who are currently infected with COVID-19.
On Thursday, a total of 153 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Ontario. There have also been four more deaths.
Presumptive case identified in Nunavut
After a false positive case earlier this year, the territory may have its first case of COVID-19 since the pandemic began in Canada.
On Thursday, a worker at Mary River Mine on Baffin Island was tested as part of routine screening of all workers, and was identified as a probable case. Confirmation is likely to come early next week.
One more death in Saskatchewan
A person with COVID-19 has died in the province, bringing the provincial total number of COVID-19-related deaths to 14. There were also ten new cases reported on Thursday, as the total number of cases diagnosed in the province reached 795.