COVID-19 epidemiology update: Current situation: COVID-19

Summary of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, cases following vaccination, testing and variants of concern across Canada and over time. Older versions of this report are available on the archived reports page.

Update schedule: We update all sections of this page every Monday, except for 'Hospital use', which we update every Thursday. This page was last updated on .

Latest COVID-19 numbers (Last data update )

Notes
    Latest COVID-19 numbers: Text description
    Latest COVID-19 numbers (Last data update November 28, 2022, 10 am ET)
    Weekly change in cases {Weekly change in cases}
    Total cases {Total cases}
    Weekly change in deaths {Weekly change in deaths}
    Total deaths {Total deaths}

    National and regional trends

    Figure 1. of of COVID-19, (Last data update )

    Hover over or tap regions to see cases, and deaths in Canada over time. Click the play button to animate the map. Map data is available in map data in.csv and map data in.json formats and a data dictionary is available data dictionary in.csv format.

    The count of total cases in Canada was 1,471.




    Notes

    Figure 1: Text description
    Areas in Canada with cases of COVID-19
    Location Total cases Cases (latest week) Cases (latest 2 weeks) Total deaths Deaths (latest week) Deaths (latest 2 weeks)
    Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate*
    1. * Rate per 100,000 population
    Health regions in Canada with cases of COVID-19
    Province Health Region Total cases Cases last 14 days Total deaths Deaths last 14 days
    Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate*

    No data is available for this day, and so the most recently available data is displayed.

    Rate per 1,000,000 population

    * Rate per 100,000 population

    Note: Out of the total number of people tested, 76 were repatriated travellers, of which 13 were cases.

    Epidemic curve

    As of June 25, 2021, 9 am ET, PHAC has received detailed case report data on cases.

    The shaded area for Figures 2 and 3 represents a period of accumulating data where it is known or expected that cases, and severe outcomes have occurred but have not yet been reported nationally. We update this information as it becomes available.

    Due to changes in COVID-19 testing policies in many jurisdictions since December 2021, case counts are under-estimated.

    Figure 2. Weekly number of COVID-19 (n=) in Canada as of

    Figure 2a. COVID-19 cases (n=) in Canada by date as of (total cases)

    Figure 2b. COVID-19 cases (n=) in Canada by date as of (total deaths)

    Notes
    1. This figure reflects detailed case information provided to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) by health authorities in the provinces and territories. This data is updated every week. It may change as we get more information about cases.
    2. The earliest of the following dates were used to determine the week in which a case or death is presented: Onset date, Specimen Collection Date, Laboratory Testing Date, Date Reported to Province or Territory, or Date Reported to PHAC.
    Figure 2: Text description
    COVID-19 cases (n=) in Canada by date as of
    Date Number of cases
    COVID-19 deaths (n=) in Canada by date as of
    Date Number of deaths

    Cases by age and gender

    We have detailed case report data from 99,853 cases. We know the age of patients in 99.78% of cases, and both age and gender in 99.98% of cases.

    Of the cases reported in Canada so far, {Percent Gender} were {Gender} and {Percent of Over 60} were between 20 and 39 years old (Figure 3).

    Figure 3. Weekly of COVID-19 by age group in Canada as of {date}

    Notes
    1. This figure reflects detailed case information provided to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) by health authorities in the provinces and territories. This data is updated every week. It may change as we get more information about cases.
    2. The earliest of the following dates were used to determine the week in which a case or death is presented: Onset date, Specimen Collection Date, Laboratory Testing Date, Date Reported to Province or Territory, or Date Reported to PHAC.
    3. Due to changes in COVID-19 testing policies in many jurisdictions since December 2021, case counts are under-estimated
    4. As of October 19, 2022, the Statistics Canada population estimates as of July 1, 2022 are being used for denominators in rate calculations.
    Figure 3: Text description
    Weekly number of COVID-19 cases by age group in Canada as of Sep 24 2022
    Week Age group Number of cases

    Figure 4. Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 in Canada as of (n=)

    Figure 4a. Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of (n=)

    Figure 4b. Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases hospitalized in Canada as of (n=)

    Figure 4c. Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases admitted to ICU in Canada as of (n=)

    Figure 4d. Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases deceased in Canada as of (n=)

    Notes
    1. This figure reflects detailed case information provided to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) by health authorities in the provinces and territories. This data is updated every week. It may change as we get more information about cases.
    2. This figure includes COVID-19 cases hospitalized, admitted to ICU, and deceased for which age and gender information were available. Therefore, some COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU admissions, and deaths may not be included.
    Figure 4: Text description
    Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of (n=)
    Age group (years) Number of cases with case reports (percentage) Number of male cases (percentage) Number of female cases (percentage) Number of other cases (percentage)
    Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases hospitalized in Canada as of (n=)
    Age group (years) Number of cases with case reports (percentage) Number of male cases (percentage) Number of female cases (percentage) Number of other cases (percentage)
    Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases admitted to ICU in Canada as of (n=)
    Age group (years) Number of cases with case reports (percentage) Number of male cases (percentage) Number of female cases (percentage) Number of other cases (percentage)
    Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases deceased in Canada as of (n=)
    Age group (years) Number of cases with case reports (percentage) Number of male cases (percentage) Number of female cases (percentage) Number of other cases (percentage)

    Hospital use

    Figure 5. Daily number of hospital beds and ICU beds occupied by COVID-19 patients as of

    Figure 5: Text description
    Daily Census of COVID-19 Patients who were hospitalized, vented or in the ICU as of
    Date Total patients hospitalized Patients hospitalized in non-ICU Patients in the ICU Patients who were mechanically vented

    Between October 10 and Oct 17:

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