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Coronavirus: What you need to know today

Last Updated Jun 17, 2021 at 9:42 pm EDT

In this illustration provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in January 2020 shows the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). THE CANADIAN PRESS/CDC via AP, File

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June 17 updates:

COVID-19 IN CANADA

COVID-19 IN ONTARIO

  • Total Cases: 1,406,253

  • Total Resolved: 1,366,797

  • Total Deaths: 26,012

  • Vaccine doses administered: 30,885,092

  • % of population having received at least one dose: 65.4

  • % of population that are fully vaccinated: 15.8

  • Global cases and cases in Canada, by province or territory, listed here (the page is updated late in the day).
  • Number of vaccinations administered in Canada are listed here.

 

 

 

  • Total Cases*: 541,180

  • Total Resolved*: 527,797

  • Total Deaths*: 8,993

  • Vaccine doses administered: 11,943,025

  • % of population having received at least one dose: 65.0

  • % of population that are fully vaccinated: 16.1

  • Cases in Ontario are listed here (the page is updated once in the morning).
  • Ontario vaccine totals listed here (the page is updated once in the morning).
  • * = total since Jan. 2020

 

 

 

June 17 stories:

 

Ongoing stories:

CORONAVIRUS: Ask Me Anything

  • CityNews and 680 NEWS bring you Q&A sessions with leading health experts and officials to answer your COVID-19 related questions.

 

Coronavirus FAQ: what it is, how it spreads and who to call

  • A quick look at the basics of what you should know about the virus, what to do in case of suspected infection, and how to protect yourself.

 

TRAVEL RULES

HEALTH

FINANCES

ESSENTIAL LISTS

HOW TO HELP

LIFE IN TORONTO DURING SELF-ISOLATION IN MARCH/APRIL 2020

 

World statistics:

The World Health Organization (WHO) has an interactive dashboard here with the latest statistics from around the planet. They also have an interactive timeline on the history of the pandemic.

 

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