📊 Total Origins:[roughchart id=”1″]
- Feb 04
🇨🇳👪 Health officials announce another presumptive confirmed case in B.C. Henry says the woman had family visiting from China’s Hubei province and she is in isolation at her home.
- Feb 05
✔️ British Columbia’s second case of coronavirus is confirmed by the National Microbiology Lab.
- Feb 06
👪🇨🇳 / 👪🇨🇳 Henry announces two new cases of COVID-19 in B.C., noting both people were in the same household as the woman diagnosed with the province’s second case.
- Feb 12
💗 Ontario health officials say the woman from London, Ont., no longer has the novel coronavirus in her system. It marks the first time a case of the illness has been resolved in Canada.
- Feb 14
🇨🇳 Officials in B.C. announce the province’s fifth case of COVID-19. The woman in her 30s who lives in B.C.’s Interior recently returned from Hubei province.
- Feb 19
💗 Henry announces that the person diagnosed with B.C.’s first case of the new coronavirus has recovered. It’s the first time this has happened in the province.
- Feb 20
🇮🇷 A woman who recently returned from Iran is diagnosed with British Columbia’s sixth case of COVID-19. She’s the first person in the country diagnosed with the illness who did not recently visit China. 💗 Meanwhile, in Ontario, the man who had Canada’s first case of the virus is cleared after testing negative for the illness twice in 24 hours.
- Feb 21
💗 A third case of coronavirus in Ontario is resolved.
- Feb 23
🇨🇳 Officials in Toronto announce Ontario has a new case of coronavirus — the fourth to be diagnosed in the province. The woman arrived in Toronto from China several days earlier.
- Feb 24
👪🇮🇷 Henry announces a seventh person in B.C. has been diagnosed with the new coronavirus. The man in his 40s was in close contact with the woman who has the province’s sixth case of the illness.
- Feb 26
🇮🇷 Ontario officials announce a fifth diagnosis in the province: a woman in her 60s who recently travelled to Iran.
- Feb 27
🇮🇷 Quebec public health officials report the province’s first presumptive case, a woman from the Montreal region who recently returned from Iran. 👪🇮🇷 Ontario officials also confirm a sixth case of COVID-19 in the province. They say the man in his 60s is the husband of Ontario’s fifth patient with the virus.
- Feb 28
🇮🇷 Ontario reports a seventh confirmed case — a man in his 50s who had travelled to Iran. The man arrived in Toronto on Tuesday, Feb. 25 and went to the emergency department of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre the next day. 🇪🇬 It also reports its eighth case: a man in his 80s with a travel history to Egypt. Officials said he arrived in the city on Feb. 20 and went to the Scarborough Health Network’s General Hospital’s emergency department on Thursday.
- Feb 29
🇮🇷 Health officials in British Columbia say a woman in her 60s who travelled from Iran is the eighth case of COVID-19 in the province. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says the woman has a relatively mild case and she is in self-isolation at home. 🇮🇷 / 🇮🇷 / 👪🇮🇷 Health officials in Ontario report another three cases — two women who had recently made separate trips to Iran, and the 69-year-old husband of one of those women, who had no recent travel history.
- Jan 25
🇨🇳 A man in his 50s who arrived in Toronto from Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the outbreak, becomes the first “presumptive” case of the new coronavirus in Canada. The man called 911 as soon as he got sick with relatively minor symptoms and was placed in isolation in Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital.
- Jan 26
👪🇨🇳 The wife of the Toronto man who was Canada’s first “presumptive” case of the new coronavirus becomes the second presumptive case. The woman is kept in home isolation.
- Jan 27
✔️ The National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg confirms that a man in quarantine in Sunnybrook Hospital is Canada’s first documented case of the new coronavirus.
- Jan 28
✔️ Health authorities confirm Canada’s second case of the novel coronavirus. The woman had recently travelled to Wuhan with her husband, who was the first case confirmed in Canada.
- Jan 28
🇨🇳 Health officials in British Columbia say a man in his 40s is presumed to have the new coronavirus and is doing well as he recovers at his Vancouver home. B.C.’s health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, says the man often works in China and voluntarily isolated himself upon returning to Canada.
- Jan 28
✔️ The presumed case of the new strain of coronavirus in B.C. is confirmed by the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg.
- Jan 31
🏠 Toronto man hospitalized with the novel coronavirus is well enough to go home. Sunnybrook Hospital says he’ll continue to recover at home, where his wife is also in self-isolation.
- Jan 31
🇨🇳 Ontario’s third case of the new coronavirus is confirmed. The patient, a woman in her 20s, had travelled to the affected area in China. The London university student initially tested negative for the virus, but a subsequent test at the national lab in Winnipeg was positive. Health officials say her symptoms are minor.
Why am I doing this? With the influx of new cases it was beginning to get confusing for me, and I want to know! lol, so I’m sharing too, hope this helps. As the numbers per day increase including community cases increase, such as today (March 12th) with our highest number — 17 in one province — more detailed information per person may not get shared as they lump them together, such as gender, ages, or origins. If so, I’ll be unable to add to the graph. More to come