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The situation about COVID-19 in Canada has been studied in-depth by the group. By clicking the name of the province or Canada listed below, corresponding up-to-date data visualization will be displayed. We provide visualization results from various angles including an overview of the pandemic situations, characteristics of the trends at the city level, the mortality/recovery rate in relation to demographic features, with the attention particularly focused on the severely infected provinces. We hope to provide timely visualization results and new insights to help better understand the COVID-19 situation in Canada. (All real-time plots in DATA VISUALIZATION are made based on data published from Government of Canada, Government in the corresponding province, and Esri Canada).

Note: All the visualized graphs are interactive and detailed information is displayed with mouse over the target. Heatmap is also zoomable by clicking the zoom buttons at the top right corner of the map.

Canada   |   Ontario   |   Alberta   |   British Columbia   |   Quebec

This heat map is based on the data reported from Public Health Units (PHU) for all of Canada. The PHU region is represented by orange areas on the map. This map can also be further moved or magnified for more detailed information. The data came from Esri Canada Open Data.

Both graphs for cumulative and daily increased cases in all of Canada show that the spread of coronavirus is slowing down. The curve of cumulative recovered cases remains unchanged between 4/7/2020 and 4/17/2020 due to the missing data reported in the dataset from the Government of Canada.

Due to the missing data for cumulative recovered cases between 4/7/2020 and 4/17/2020 from the Government of Canada, the recovery rate during this period decreases as cumulative recovered cases remain unchanged.

Lab test rate in each province measures the percentage of people in that province who have been tested for COVID-19. Blue dashed line represents the lab test rate for Canada as a whole. The data were collected from the Government of Canada and Statistics Canada.