Coronavirus in Canada – Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres, making it the world’s second-largest country by total area.
Coronavirus Timeline in Canada
04 March 2020
3 new cases in Canada (British Columbia) [source]
03 March 2020
3 new cases in Canada, bringing the total to 30 in the country: 20 in Ontario; 9 in British Columbia and 1 in Quebec. [source]
02 March 2020
3 new cases in Canada (Ontario) [source]
01 March 2020
4 new cases in Canada (Ontario)
29 February 2020
5 new cases in Canada including: [source]
28 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (Quebec): a woman who had returned to Montreal from a trip to Iran on a flight from Doha, Qatar. She went to a clinic on Feb. 24, with minor symptoms. She did not take public transit to get to the clinic, and she hadn’t gone back to work since returning from Iran, so she has “limited contact” with people in the community. [source] [source]
27 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (Ontario): the husband of the previously confirmed case in Toronto. [source]
26 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (Ontario).
24 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (B.C.): a man in his 40s in the Fraser Health region who had close contact with the sixth case in B.C. [source]
23 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (Toronto) is a woman who arrived from China on Feb. 21. [source]
21 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (British Columbia): a woman in her 30s recently returned from travel to Iran.
14 February 2020
06 February 2020
2 new cases in Canada (British Columbia): a man and a woman in their 30s. The man displayed only mild symptoms. Health officials said that young healthy people can have very mild symptoms that may manifest as a cold.
04 February 2020
1 new case in Canada (second one in metro Vancouver): a woman in her 50s who had been hosting relatives from the Wuhan area