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There Are 7 Health Regions In Canada With No COVID-19 Cases In The Past Week

There were also seven regions with over 1000 cases.

With a third wave happening in some places, Canada's COVID-19 numbers are different across the country, and there are a handful of health regions with no cases reported recently. 

According to the Government of Canada, as of April 2, seven health regions reported zero cases of the virus in the past seven days. 

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Those regions are Labrador-Grenfall Regional Health Authority in Newfoundland and Labrador, Zone 5 and Zone 6 in New Brunswick, Règion des Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James and Règion du Nunavik in Quebec, Nunavut, and Northwest Territories. 

On the other end of the spectrum, there were also seven regions that had a case count of over 1,000 for the past seven days.

Those regions were the City of Toronto Health Unit, York Regional Health Unit, and Peel Regional Health Unit in Ontario, Règion de la Capitale-Nationale in Quebec, Calgary Zone in Alberta, and Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health in B.C. 

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