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Covid Trends

Covid Trends is a tool that provides summary data about COVID‑19 in your area. When you search by municipality (city, town), or by the first 3 characters of your postal code, data from your health region will appear.


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What are health regions?

Health regions are geographic areas defined by the provincial and territorial ministries of health. Local health authorities are responsible for the delivery and administration of health services to Canadians within their region.

Epidemiological data

We use epidemiological surveillance data to show how the COVID‑19 situation is evolving in Canada. The dashboard is updated daily at approximately 9:30 PM Eastern Time using publicly reported cases and deaths. The last update was on .

Data source: Berry, I., O’Neill, M., Sturrock, S. L., Wright, J. E., Acharya, K., Brankston, G., Harish, V., Kornas, K., Maani, N., Naganathan, T., Obress, L., Rossi, T., Simmons, A. E., Van Camp, M., Xie, X., Tuite, A. R., Greer, A. L., Fisman, D. N., & Soucy, J.-P. R. (2021). A sub-national real-time epidemiological and vaccination database for the COVID‑19 pandemic in Canada. Scientific Data, 8(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-021-00955-2.

Vaccination coverage data

This dashboard displays vaccination coverage for the total population at the health region level (where available) and the provincial and territorial level.

Health region data

We provide vaccination coverage for health regions, when available, as the percentage of people who have completed the primary series of vaccination. This data is updated daily at approximately 9:00 AM Eastern Time. Although we update this information daily, provinces and territories update according to their own schedules and not all provinces and territories provide daily updates. If not explicitly specified as ‘primary series completed’ by health regions, completed primary series of vaccination is assumed to require two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to complete the vaccination series. Doses reported by First Nations (on reserve) are not reported at the health region level in British Columbia.

Regional vaccination coverage is currently available for Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.

Data source for vaccine doses administered data: N. Little. COVID-19 Tracker Canada (2020), COVID19Tracker.ca.

DData source for demographic data used to calculate the percentage of population with completed primary series of vaccination status are from 2021 population projections from Statistics Canada.

National, provincial, and territorial data

We track COVID‑19 vaccination coverage across Canada by key demographics and vaccine series. We update this information on Fridays every two weeks at 12:00 PM Eastern Time with data up to and including the previous Sunday.

Primary series completed is defined as a person who has either received:

  • both doses of a vaccine that requires two doses to complete the vaccination series
  • 1 dose of a vaccine that only requires one dose to complete the vaccination series
  • 1 dose of a COVID‑19 vaccine after a previous laboratory-confirmed COVID‑19 infection (in Quebec only)

FluWatchers data

For the 2021-2022 surveillance season, the FluWatchers program is tracking both COVID‑19 and influenza in the community. This is because some of the symptoms are common to both illnesses (like a cough and fever). The data presented in the map may not measure the true level of COVID‑19 in an area because of this.

FluWatchers are volunteers who provide their symptoms on a weekly basis. Sign up to help make the datamore accurate!

Mobility data

The mobility indicator is no longer available on COVIDTrends due to an interruption in data access.

The mobility indicator was used to share information with Canadians on trends in the movement of populations during a week, compared to movement from the previous week. This change in movement is one of many indicators that help us understand the risks of COVID-19 transmission.

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