The provincial government has reported 227 new cases of the novel coronavirus Saturday, including three on P. E. I., where COVID-19 have not been diagnosed since late April.

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In Canada, according to the latest 105,297 people have tested positive for the virus, although more than 68,000 recovered. The amount of testing has exceeded three million, with about half of those in Ontario.

Number on Saturday, however, a limited shots that a growing number of regions, including Alberta, Saskatchewan, B. S. and territories — not releasing the fresh data on the weekends.

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Eleven additional deaths related COVID-19 announced, in the most affected provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

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The national death toll 8,674.

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Canada’s chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam said in a statement on Saturday that only about one percent of the tests constructed across the country in the last week received a positive response.

Although the daily number of cases and deaths has decreased dramatically compared to the peak of the virus, officials stressed constant vigilance. They warned the public about the possibility of the second wave of the virus in the provinces to loosen restrictions and to gradually return to normal life.

Top sanitary doctor of P. E. I. said that the new cases reported on Saturday were not connected with the recently eased restrictions of province travel. The four Atlantic provinces concluded in bubble travel “” on 3 July.

Three new cases bring the cumulative of the province to 30.

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One of the victims works in Charlottetown seniors at home, where currently the staff and residents tested.

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Ontario added 121 new cases, along with five more deaths on Saturday. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 35,656 COVID-19 cases were diagnosed and 31,083 persons recovered. Overall, it was 2,687 deaths in Ontario.

In Quebec, 102 people have been recently diagnosed and six deaths were registered. Three fatalities occurred until June 26, provincial officials said. The new data brings the victims to the provincial 5,566. More than 25 000 55,784 people diagnosed with the virus was restored.

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Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Manitoba and new Brunswick added Saturday no additional cases.

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Meanwhile, the world health organization said that the number of cases of coronavirus worldwide grew by 212,000. It was the highest one-day rise since the start of the pandemic.

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Worldwide, more than 11 million people are positive for the coronavirus, according to the Johns Hopkins University. More than 527,000 succumbed COVID-19.

With files from Graham Benjamin, global news and the associated Press

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