COVID-19 Cases In Canada: 3,000 New Cases Is The Highest Single-Day Jump So Far

Another case-count record has been broken. The number of COVID-19 cases in Canada continues to climb and new data shows the country reported a record daily figure on October 25.

On Monday, backdated figures from Alberta and British Columbia confirmed that Canada had recorded its highest ever single-day jump in new infections on Sunday. 

The latest figure shattered the previous daily record of 2,672 new cases in 24 hours, which was set just days earlier.

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3,004 New cases in Canada on Sunday

This is the first time Canada has reported over 3,000 new positive test results in a single day. 

That said, Saturday’s updated total has also now climbed to 2,932 new positive tests — another record-breaking figure.

As the entire country continues to report surges, so do individual provinces.

In the same week, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and B.C. have all reported higher-than-usual rates of infection.

Conversely, there remains one Canadian region with zero cases to date.

As of October 26, Canada's total number of COVID-19 infections had reached 220,213.

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