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Total Test Conducted Case

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BC

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
13,875 261 11,244 2,370

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
806,953 - 83 25



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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ON

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
72,885 3,108 62,303 7,474

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
4,991,378 33,906 312 71



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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QC

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
102,814 6,189 87,638 8,987

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
3,025,530 - 526 89



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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AB

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
26,565 313 21,459 4,793

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
1,764,020 - 125 19



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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Conducted Test Case




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MB

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
4,701 61 2,306 2,334

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
248,077 - 89 19



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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NB

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
337 6 284 47

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
100,509 - 4 -



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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SK

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
2,908 25 2,217 666

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
256,082 - 20 6



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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PEI

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
64 0 63 1

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
44,669 60 - -



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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NL

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
291 4 283 4

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
51,529 - - -



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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NS

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
1,102 65 1,032 5

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
111,181 - - -



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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YT

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
22 0 17 5

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
4,004 111 - -



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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NT

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
9 0 8 1

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
6,388 33 - -



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New Cases Analysis by Date

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New Cases: 0



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NU

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Total Confirmed Total Deaths Total Recovered Total Active
0 0 0 0

Test Waiting Hosp ICU
3,501 521 - -



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Curtis Kim

My name is Curtis, recently graduated from BCIT. I thought it would be a serious worldwide issue considering the speed of the spread of this virus ever since this novel coronavirus occurred. I frequently googled to check up the current status by going through many websites and felt I was wasting time repeatedly searching with same keywords and for sure I wasn't the only one feeling this way. That's why I started creating this application. It provides up-to-date information on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in areas Canada with cases of the latest numbers broken by province and country around the world, key contact information, and latest news. I like to help people, and want them to understand this situation easily using this application. I hope this situation improves soon.

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