This is a public open-resource page for COVID19 data for Canada,
maintained by Michael Li at McMaster University.
last updated: Oct 24th 06:00 Toronto time
These plots are generated using the curated data provided below.
Dashed red line represents current ICU capacity allocated to COVID, this line will adjust when we have more details on expansions. This line does not represent the general ICU capacity (which includes all non-COVID cases). The current ICU capacities used in the plot can be found in the capacity data set.
All code is available on the associated repo
Our raw data set; direct download is compiled from available, open sources on the web – primarily provincial-level public health websites, and news reports. See README for URLs.
We update once per day.
This dataset contains daily reported number of positive/negative confirmed cases, presumptive cases, under investigation, and sources.
New addition: We are adding in Hospitalization, ICU, and Ventilator counts when they are avaliable.
Data before March 14, 2020 were recovered using the Way Back Machine; later data are gathered daily directly from the sites.
Our curated data set; direct download
- puts all of the information into a consistent format
- calculates daily new reported cases from cumulative cases
- corrects minor errors (using this script)
When possible we use summary reports from the federal outbreak website to check our error correction
Other Canadian COVID19 Resources
National-level Public data
COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group
Epidemiological Data from the COVID-19 Outbreak in Canada
- Maintainer: Michael Li
- Email: email@example.com
- Twitter: @MLiwz1
- Github repo
If there are questions about the data, please contact via email or add a github issue.
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