COVID-19 in Canada, its Provinces and Cities

Total Cases
73,401 (63,496*)
Active Deaths Recovered
31,838 5,472 (4,232*) 36,091
* Data reported by Health Canada

Nationwide cases and deaths in Canada

Canada confirms its first case of COVID-19 on January 25, 2020, which is related to travel to Wuhan. On March 9, the first death is confirmed. On March 20, the number of cases exceeded 1,000; since then, the number of cases doubled in almost every 3 days.

On April 1, the number of cases was close to 10,000, and the number of deaths passed 100, and the growth rate slowed. On April 9, there were more than 20,000 cases, and 500 deaths. The case fatality rate is about 2.57%.

Total number of COVID-19 cases in Canada over time
Today's number is not completely reported
Total number of COVID-19 cases in Canada over time in logarithmic scale
Logarithmic scale shows the rate of doubling is slowing
Daily number of new COVID-19 cases in Canada
Today's number is incomplete
Death toll of COVID-19 in Canada over time
Today's number is incomplete
Daily Deaths of COVID-19 in Canada over time
Today's number is incomplete

Provinces and territories situation

Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia are the mostly infected provinces in Canada by COVID-19. Quebec COVID-19 cases have skyrocketed since March 23, when its 600 cases tripled than the day before. In the next day the number of cases exceeded 1000, and one week later it was over 4000. Ontario cases was almost 1000 on March 27, and then doubled in 4 days.

Maps of COVID-19 cases in provinces and territories of Canada
Today's number is incomplete
COVID-19 cases and deaths in provinces and territories of Canada
Total cases include both confirmed cases and probable cases
ProvinceConfirmed CasesProbable CasesDeaths
COVID-19 cases over time in provinces and territories of Canada
Mostly infected provinces and territories
COVID-19 deaths over time in provinces and territories of Canada
Mostly infected provinces and territories

Demographic Distributions

Based on cases reported to Public Health Agency of Canada, approximately 50% of COVID-19 cases in Canada are male. About one third (31%) of cases are 60 years old and over, and 67% are at least 40 years old. Only 4% of cases are under 20 years old.

Age distribution of reported COVID-19 cases in Canada
Include only cases reported to Public Health Agency of Canada (~60% of all cases)

Epidemiological Trends Based on Episode Dates

The first case of symptom onset of COVID-19 in Canada was on January 15, 2020. The following figures are based on episode dates of the cases. Episode date corresponds to the earliest date reported according to the following order: Symptom Onset Date, Specimen Collection Date, Laboratory Testing Date, Date reported to the province/territory or Date reported to Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). Only cases with report forms received by PHAC (about 60% of all cases) are accounted.

Note: Cases in the following charts are based on those with report forms received by PHAC (about 60% of all cases).

Newly reported cases of COVID-19 in Canada by episode date
Cases in the latest 7 days are expected to be incomplete
Cumulative number of COVID-19 cases in Canada by episode date
Cases in the latest 7 days are expected to be incomplete

Situation in Toronto

The first case in Toronto was confirmed on January 26, a man in his mid-50s who had traveled to Wuhan, China. The individual arrived in Toronto on China Southern Airlines flight CZ311 on January 22 from Guangzhou. The second case was confirmed on January 27; the individual is the wife of the first case and had traveled with him. Almost one month later, the third case was confirmed on February 23, who just returned from China. The fourth case was confirmed on February 24, a woman in her 60s who recently traveled to Iran. On March 17, the cases exceeded 100, and then douled in 5 days on March 22. The number of cases was over 500 on March 28.

COVID-19 cases and deaths in Toronto
Total cases include both confirmed cases and probable cases
Total Cases
DeathsRecoveredHospitalizedActive at Home

Intersive care (ICU):
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Situation in Montreal

The first case in Montreal was cofirmed on February 28, a 41-year-old woman who had returned from Iran on the February 24 on a flight from Doha. On March 20, the number of case exceeded 100; then the cases doubled on the next day. On March 26, the number of cases was over 1000, ten times in six days. Four days later, it exceeded 2000 on March 30. As of April 3, the number of cases was over 3200.

Cumulative number of COVID-19 cases in Montreal over time
Cases in the last day is incomplete
Newly reported cases of COVID-19 in Montreal each day
Cases in the last day is incomplete
Data Sources