National and provincial/territorial COVID-19 epidemiology and surveillance trends

A table provides weekly trend estimates for Canada and for select provinces or territories (Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Yukon). These include the 7-day moving average number of cases, the percentage change in case count relative to the week prior, and the national proportion of cases.

Table 1. Weekly national and provincial COVID-19 case indicatorsFootnote *
Week ending July 24, 2021
Location Cases per day
(7-day moving average)Footnote 1
Change in cases from previous weekFootnote 2 National proportion of casesFootnote 3
Canada 503 +31.2% 100.0%
Saskatchewan 37 +65.0% 7.4%
Manitoba 41 -3.0% 8.2%
Yukon 8 +31.7% 1.6%

N/A is used when there was at least one case during the current week, but none the previous week.

Footnote 1

The 7-day moving average of COVID-19 cases represents the average number of cases per day based on data from several days.

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Footnote 2

Percent change in average number of daily cases in the current week compared to the previous week provides an indication of current weekly trends.

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Footnote 3

The national proportion of cases represents the geographical distribution of cases across Canada.

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Footnote *

Trends not provided for provinces or territories with incidence rate less than 20 cases per 100,000 population (for the last 14 days)

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