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COVID-19: Canadian cases, by province

More than 8,000 people have been confirmed to have the virus in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 31, 2020:

— Ontario: 1,966 confirmed (including 33 deaths, 534 cases resolved)

— British Columbia: 970 confirmed (including 19 deaths 396 cases resolved)

— Alberta: 690 confirmed (including 8 deaths, 94 resolved)

— Quebec: 4,162 confirmed (including 31 deaths, 1 resolved)

— Manitoba: 83 confirmed (including 1 death, 2 resolved), 13 presumptive

— New Brunswick: 68 confirmed (including 2 resolved)

— Saskatchewan: 176 confirmed (including 2 deaths, 3 resolved)

— Repatriated Canadians: 13 confirmed

— Nova Scotia: 147 confirmed (including 10 resolved)

— Prince Edward Island: 21 confirmed (including 1 death)

— Newfoundland and Labrador: 152 confirmed (including 1 death, 7 resolved)

— Yukon: 5 confirmed

— Northwest Territories: 1 confirmed

— Nunavut: No confirmed cases

— Total: 8,467 (13 presumptive, 8,454 confirmed including 95 deaths, 1,050 resolved)

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