COVID-19: 496 new cases in Ontario

In Ontario, authorities have reported 486 new infections and five deaths. This is a little less than the 496 cases the day before. Hospitalizations are also down (242, -23) in the country’s most populous province.

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COVID-19 cases remained relatively stable on Saturday in Quebec, with 679 new infections.

The province has also recorded three additional deaths. Hospitalizations also increased slightly (309, +8), while 78 people were in intensive care (-1)

Since the start of the pandemic, 419,187 Quebecers have been infected and 11,440 have lost their fight against the disease.

Saskatchewan also updated its data to add 412 cases on Saturday, as well as three deaths, when New Brunswick reported 66 new cases and three more deaths.

Ontario: 594,419 cases (9,814 deaths)

Quebec: 419,187 cases (11,440 deaths)

Alberta: 314,252 cases (2,946 deaths)

British Columbia: 196,433 cases (2,055 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 74,074 cases (776 deaths)

Manitoba: 61,987 cases (1,230 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 7,077 cases (98 deaths)

New Brunswick: 5,735 cases (87 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,881 cases (13 deaths)

Northwest Territories: 1,638 cases (9 deaths)

Yukon: 837 cases (10 deaths)

Nunavut: 671 cases (4 deaths)

Prince Edward Island: 312 cases

Canadian returnees: 13 cases

Total: 1,678,516 cases (28,482 deaths)


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