Source Solarina Ho, ctvnews.ca, July 18, 2020
Saskatchewan, also has a marginally higher per capita rate than Ontario at just over 9.5 active cases per 100,000 people.
TORONTO — The number of people that currently have COVID-19 in Alberta is now roughly double that of Ontario on a per capita basis, following a spike in new cases after the province began reopening its economy in June.
The recent rise in infections in some provinces have highlighted concerns over the consequences of reopening too soon, but the notable increase in Alberta is also sparking worries the Western province could become the new hot spot for Canada.
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