Ontario's health ministry on Sunday reported three new cases of COVID-19. Peel Public Health, which covers a large area north and west of Toronto, announced a man in his 50s who had recently returned from Germany had tested positive for COVID-19.
Quebec has reported a total of four confirmed and presumptive cases. The most recent patient — reported in the Montérégie region, southeast of Montreal — had recently returned from a cruise, officials said.
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B.C. has reported 27 cases.
"We've seen the progression around the world, we've seen what's happened in other communities, and we're preparing as best we can for that," Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s public health officer, said on Saturday.
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