When it comes to the COVID-19 positivity rate in Canada, four provinces reached over 3% yesterday and so did the country as a whole. \nAccording to Dr. Andrew Morris, an infectious disease specialist with Sinai Health and the University Health Network, high numbers like that mean there's a worrying level of positive cases.\n"Anything over 3% is pretty high," he said. "When you get over 8, 9 or 10%, it’s very, very high."\nEditor's Choice: Toronto Speed Camera Issued Thousands Of Tickets In 1 Spot Because Drivers Won't Slow Down\n\n\n3%\n\n\nCOVID-19 positivity rate in four provinces on October 22\n\n\n\nBased on the daily change in the number of cases and people tested posted by Canada on October 22 at 7:00 p.m. ET, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and B.C. had rates over 3% reported that day.\nThe positivity rate was 4.3% in B.C., 4.1% in Saskatchewan, 6.3% in Manitoba and 8.7% in Quebec.\nQuebec is the only province that was in the "very, very high" territory yesterday.\nFor the country as a whole, the rate that day was 3.6%.\nRecently, Dr. Theresa Tam said that we might not have even seen the worst of the severe impacts associated with rising case counts.