When it comes to the number of active COVID-19 cases in Canada, the situation looks pretty different in each of the country’s provinces and territories.

In some regions, case-counts remain pretty high with current case figures topping 10,000. However, in others, there were less than 10 active cases as of March 3, 2021.

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Government of Canada

A map of current cases, created and shared by the Government of Canada, illustrates the current COVID-19 situation in each of Canada’s provinces and territories.

Shown above, it confirms that there were 29,930 active cases of COVID-19 in Canada, as of March 3, 2021.

Many of these were in Ontario, where 10,397 people recently tested positive for the illness. This is followed by Quebec, where 7,336 had COVID-19 as of the same date.

British Columbia had 4,718 active cases, while Alberta had 4,649.

In Saskatchewan this was even less, with 1,431 active cases, while Manitoba had 1,146.

In Newfoundland and Labrador, 153 people tested positive for COVID-19 recently, this is in addition to 38 people in New Brunswick, 30 in Nova Scotia and 22 in Prince Edward Island.

Canada’s northern region has considerably less active cases right now, with Nunavut and the Northwest Territories reporting eight and two cases respectively.

In Yukon, there were zero active cases of COVID-19 as of March 3, 2021.