It looks like Western Canada's reported COVID-19 cases in BC and Alberta on Tuesday, August 11 was high when you compare them to Canada's most populous province.

In B.C., there were 46 new cases while in Alberta there were 85 — Ontario had much fewer.


COVID-19 cases in Ontario

Overall, B.C. has the fewest total cases of the three provinces at 3,444. 

Alberta has more than triple that with 11,772 cases in total while Ontario has 40,194.

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It's not a contest, but the numbers coming out of Ontario are looking great compared to the coast right now.