As of 6 p.m. Eastern Time on the 27th, Canada has had more than 10,000 deaths from Coronavirus, reaching 1,0001.
The total population of Canada is 38 million, which means that 1 in 3,800 people has died of Coronavirus.
In terms of age distribution, more than 7,000 deaths are all elderly people over 80 years old, which is twice the average of other developed countries.
In terms of regional distribution, the deaths in the two provinces of Ontario and Quebec alone accounted for more than 90% of the national deaths, while the infection cases were close to 80% of the national total.
These two provinces are also Canada’s first and second most populous provinces, with a population of 65% of the country’s total.
However, Statistics Canada believes that because some deaths may not have been counted before the outbreak, the actual number of deaths from the new crown epidemic may be higher than the current statistics.