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About the Canada COVID-19 Situational Awareness Dashboard

We use epidemiological surveillance data to show how the COVID-19 situation is evolving in Canada. The dashboard will be updated once per day in the evening at 7:00PM Eastern Time.

Launch dashboard

Data sources and instructions

The dashboard uses daily data to illustrate the trends of the epidemic over time.

This dashboard includes data on cases, deaths, recoveries and testing. It also provides demographic information on cases, deaths, hospitalizations and intensive care by age and gender.

Refer to the source documents for more detailed information:

Definitions and interpreting the data

Where appropriate, data are presented per 100,000 habitants. This shows the frequency of COVID-19 relative to the size of the population in the area.

Counters

National cumulative and daily cases, deaths, recovered and tested are update twice a day.

Maps

Number of cases/deaths per 100,000 population by province and territory

The total (cumulative) number of cases or deaths in each province or territory, per 100,000 population. The lighter colours represent provinces or territories with lower rates of Covid-19-related cases or deaths. The darker colours represent provinces or territories with higher rates of Covid-19-related cases or deaths.

Number of persons tested per 100,000 population by province and territory

The total (cumulative) number of people tested per 100,000 population. The lighter colours represent provinces or territories reporting lower rates of testing. The darker colours represent the provinces or territories reporting higher rates of testing.

Number of cases/deaths per 100,000 population by health region or territory

The total (cumulative) number of cases or deaths per 100,000 population in each health or equivalent region and territory. These data allow us to map the evolution of COVID-19 regionally in Canada.

The map also shows the total (cumulative) number of cases or deaths per 100,000 population in each inhabited area. This helps to identify remote communities. The cases by inhabited area layer shows where people live.

Number of reported cases per 100,000 population in the last 14 days by health region or territory

This map shows areas where there have been recent active cases. It also shows the total number of reported cases in the last 7 days per 100,000 population in inhabited areas.

Figures

Daily number of cases and deaths in Canada

The total number of cases and deaths reported in Canada each day since January 31, 2020. This epidemic curve (epi curve) illustrates the trend over time as daily cases or deaths increase or decrease. A decrease does not indicate that the epidemic is ending, as the trend can change over time.

Number of cases by date of illness onset

The epi curve showing when cases became ill over time. The light blue zone shows a possible 2-week delay between when someone gets sick and when that information is reported to the Public Health Agency of Canada. Data for this period is incomplete. We will add more cases as information becomes available. To learn more, refer to COVID-19 cases in Canada by date of illness onset.

Daily number of cases/deaths by province and territory

The total number of reported cases or deaths by day, beginning with the first reported case for each province or territory. This epidemic curve (epi curve) shows the trend over time. A decrease does not indicate that the epidemic is ending, as the trend can change over time.

Percentage of cases, recovered and deaths by province and territory

The proportions of all COVID-19 cases in each province or territory that are still active, have recovered or have died.

Number of individuals tested for COVID-19 and number of positive tests

The number of people tested for COVID-19 each week, and the number who tested positive. These data help us monitor the epidemic and support ongoing decisions about community-based measures to slow the spread.

Percentage of cases by age and gender

Percentage of cases resulting in death/hospitalization/admission to the intensive care unit

Proportion of cases among males and females and by age group. These data show differences between males and females of different ages with respect to deaths, hospitalizations and intensive care unit trends.

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