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Alberta's COVID-19 Case Rate Is Still Canada's Highest & Here's How The Provinces Compare

On Thursday, May 13, federal health data was updated to show the current COVID-19 numbers in Canada for the last seven days.

The case rates across the country range from as low as two in P.E.I. to as high as 273 in Alberta. COVID-19 case rates account for the number of cases per 100,000 people.

Alberta is leading the country by that metric with Manitoba following with a case rate of 237. Nunavut is next at 137, followed by Ontario at 130, Saskatchewan at 129, and Nova Scotia at 107.

In terms of the lowest case rates, P.E.I., Yukon, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador all have a case rate of 10 or less.

As for case counts for the past seven days, Ontario has the most with a total of 19,114 and Alberta follows with 12,058.

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