More Than 93% Of All COVID-19 Deaths In Canada Were Reported In Just 2 Provinces
The majority of cases overall were in the same spots, too. 🤒
The pandemic has hit two regions particularly hard. Statistics provided by the government show that over 93% ofoccurred in just two provinces.
On October 4, the Government of Canada confirmed that the country’s case total had
On the same day, it was reported that over 93% of the people who have died in Canada from COVID-19 were located in either Ontario or Quebec.
Of Canada's COVID-19 deaths were reported in Quebec and Ontario
In the same report, it was revealed that 79.8% of Canada’s cases had been reported by the same two provinces.
This comes as the COVID-19 situation in both Ontario and Quebec continues to evolve at a rapid pace.
On Friday, Ontario’s daily case count reachedwith 732 people having tested positive.
On Monday, a similar spike was spotted in Quebec, as the province reported a record-breaking 1,191 new cases in 24 hours.
As of Sunday evening, Canada’s total case count was 166,156. Of these cases, 16,432 are considered to be active.
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