Canada surpasses 2 million COVID-19 cases since start of pandemic

Canada surpasses 2 million COVID-19 cases since start of pandemic

Canada has surpassed two million confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic, according to’s COVID-19 tracker.

Official tallies of case numbers were delayed over the weekend due to some provinces and territories not inputting data because of the holidays. However, Monday saw Ontario report more than 9,400 cases for the fourth day in a row and Quebec report more than 8,000, pushing the country over the two million mark.

As of Monday afternoon, there were 159,431 active COVID-19 cases, 1,836,475 recovered and 30,172 deaths. Widely reported testing delays during the holiday season, long lines and laboratory backlogs also mean the true scope of where Canada stands with COVID-19 cases may take a while to determine.

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