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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (June 16)

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The margin of new COVID-19 cases being reported in the public service continues to narrow from week to week. The number of total reported cases since reporting began now stands at 5,256 as of June 16. Only 62 new cases were reported since June 2. The number of total reported cases has been:

  • 5,194 on June 2;
  • 5,151 on May 26;
  • 5,091 on May 19;
  • 4,967 on May 12;
  • 4,785 on May 5;
  • 4,581 on April 28;
  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases continues to be:

National Capital Region: 1,457
Quebec (minus the NCR): 909
Ontario (minus the NCR): 800
Alberta: 773
British Columbia: 721

There amount of reported cases in the public service outside of Canada remains at 57.


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta773
British Columbia721
Manitoba221
National Capital Region (NCR)1,457
New Brunswick16
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories1
Nova Scotia49
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)800
Prince Edward Island2
Quebec (Minus NCR)909
Saskatchewan226
Yukon1
Outside of Canada57

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (June 2)

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The margin of new COVID-19 cases being reported in the public service continues to narrow from week to week. The number of total reported cases since reporting began now stands at 5,194 as of June 2. Only 43 new cases were reported from the week before. The number of total reported cases has been:

  • 5,151 on May 26;
  • 5,091 on May 19;
  • 4,967 on May 12;
  • 4,785 on May 5;
  • 4,581 on April 28;
  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases continues to be:

National Capital Region: 1,437
Quebec (minus the NCR): 908
Ontario (minus the NCR): 793
Alberta: 762
British Columbia: 715

There amount of reported cases in the public service outside of Canada remains at 57.


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta762
British Columbia715
Manitoba210
National Capital Region (NCR)1,437
New Brunswick15
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories1
Nova Scotia48
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)793
Prince Edward Island2
Quebec (Minus NCR)908
Saskatchewan222
Yukon1
Outside of Canada57

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (May 26)

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The number of new COVID-19 cases being reported in the public service continues to fall from week to week. The number of total reported cases since reporting began now stands at 5,151 as of May 26. Only 60 new cases were reported last week. The number of total reported cases has been:

  • 5,091 on May 19;
  • 4,967 on May 12;
  • 4,785 on May 5;
  • 4,581 on April 28;
  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases continues to be:

National Capital Region: 1,429
Quebec (minus the NCR): 906
Ontario (minus the NCR): 784
Alberta: 757
British Columbia: 710

There amount of reported cases in the public service outside of Canada remains at 57.


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta757
British Columbia710
Manitoba202
National Capital Region (NCR)1,429
New Brunswick15
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories1
Nova Scotia46
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)784
Prince Edward Island2
Quebec (Minus NCR)906
Saskatchewan218
Yukon1
Outside of Canada57

As cases continue to drop, the Chief Human Resources Officer at Treasury Board sent a letter to Deputy Heads on May 28 to inform them that guidance will be coming this summer about increasing occupancy levels at federal worksites as, “decisions taken in the coming weeks and months will matter for the workforce of the future.”

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (May 19)

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The total number of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service has surpassed 5,000. The number now stands at 5,091 as of May 19. Only 124 new cases were reported last week with the number of new cases continuing to drop on a weekly basis. The number of total reported cases has been:

  • 4,967 on May 12;
  • 4,785 on May 5;
  • 4,581 on April 28;
  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases continues to be:

National Capital Region: 1,420
Quebec (minus the NCR): 898
Ontario (minus the NCR): 775
Alberta: 743
British Columbia: 702

There amount of reported cases in the public service outside of Canada remains at 57.

Province, region or territoryReported cases
Alberta743
British Columbia702
Manitoba198
National Capital Region (NCR)1,420
New Brunswick15
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories1
Nova Scotia41
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)775
Prince Edward Island1
Quebec (Minus NCR)898
Saskatchewan216
Yukon1
Outside of Canada57

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (May 12)

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The total number of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service now stands at 4,967 as of May 12. Only 182 new cases were reported last week with the number of new cases now narrowing weekly. The number of total reported cases has been:

  • 4,785 on May 5;
  • 4,581 on April 28;
  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases continues to be:

National Capital Region: 1,391
Quebec (minus the NCR): 889
Ontario (minus the NCR): 756
Alberta: 717
British Columbia: 685

There amount of reported cases in the public service outside of Canada remains at 57.

Province, region or territoryReported cases
Alberta717
British Columbia685
Manitoba188
National Capital Region (NCR)1,391
New Brunswick14
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories1
Nova Scotia32
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)756
Prince Edward Island1
Quebec (Minus NCR)889
Saskatchewan212
Yukon1
Outside of Canada57

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (May 5)

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Reported numbers of COVID-19 cases in the public service have now reached 4,785. This is up from:

  • 4,581 on April 28;
  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases were:

National Capital Region: 1,347
Quebec (minus the NCR): 882
Ontario (minus the NCR): 734
Alberta: 671
British Columbia: 652

There have now been 57 reported cases in the public service outside of Canada.


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta671
British Columbia652
Manitoba170
National Capital Region (NCR)1,347
New Brunswick12
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories0
Nova Scotia26
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)734
Prince Edward Island1
Quebec (Minus NCR)882
Saskatchewan209
Yukon1
Outside of Canada57

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Letter from Treasury Board President urging all public servants to get vaccinated

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As the number of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service reaches 4,581 and continues to climb week to week, the President of the Treasury Board wrote a letter to all public servants, urging them to get vaccinated.

“Over the last year, public servants have gone above and beyond in countless ways to ensure Canadians continue to have access to the programs and services they rely on. I would like to thank all public servants for their efforts and their dedication during this difficult time.

The physical and psychological health and safety of employees remains an absolute priority for the Government of Canada. As jurisdictions work to open up vaccine eligibility to more Canadians in the coming weeks, I encourage all public servants, who are able to, to get vaccinated when their turn comes.

Vaccines save lives. Canada has authorized only COVID-19 vaccines that are proven to be safe, effective, and high quality. I recently got my shot and urge all public servants, who are able to, to get theirs as soon as they can according to the plan in the province or territory in which they reside.

I would also like to remind those who work in the core public administration that, if they need it, they have access to up to a half a day of paid leave in order to get vaccinated during work hours. Once vaccinated, we all need to keep up the other health measures we know are still important – keeping our distance, washing our hands and wearing proper fitting masks.

We are almost there. Keep up the good work.”

– Jean-Yves Duclos, President of the Treasury Board, May 4, 2021

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (April 28)

Statement: President of the Treasury Board urges all eligible federal public servants to get vaccinated against COVID-19

Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (April 28)

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Reported numbers of COVID-19 cases in the public service are up for the fourth week in a row.

As of April 28, 2021, the latest total now stands at 4,581. This is up from:

  • 4,314 on April 21;
  • 4,011 on April 14; and,
  • 3,751 on April 7.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases were:

National Capital Region: 1,296
Quebec (minus the NCR): 867
Ontario (minus the NCR): 711
Alberta: 636
British Columbia: 620

There are now 55 reported cases in the public service outside of Canada.


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta636
British Columbia620
Manitoba138
National Capital Region (NCR)1,296
New Brunswick12
Newfoundland and Labrador20
Northwest Territories0
Nova Scotia20
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)711
Prince Edward Island1
Quebec (Minus NCR)867
Saskatchewan202
Yukon1
Outside of Canada55

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Latest numbers of reported COVID-19 cases in the public service (April 21)

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Reported cases of COVID-19 in the public service continue to climb on a weekly basis.

As of April 21, 2021, the latest total now stands at 4,314 up from 4,011 the week before and 3,751 the week before that.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases were:

National Capital Region: 1,185
Quebec (minus the NCR): 851
Ontario (minus the NCR): 673
Alberta: 605
British Columbia: 577

There are now 53 reported cases in the public service outside of Canada.


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta605
British Columbia577
Manitoba129
National Capital Region (NCR)1,185
New Brunswick12
Newfoundland and Labrador20
Northwest Territories0
Nova Scotia16
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)673
Prince Edward Island1
Quebec (Minus NCR)851
Saskatchewan189
Yukon1
Outside of Canada53

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Treasury Board provides update on reported cases of COVID-19 in the public service (April 14)

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There are now over 4,000 reported cases of COVID-19 in the federal public service.

As of April 14, 2021, there have been 4,011 reported cases, jumping from 3,751 the previous week.

The breakdown is by province and the top five areas with the highest reported cases were:

National Capital Region: 936
Quebec (minus the NCR): 818
Ontario (minus the NCR): 620
Alberta: 570
British Columbia: 540

There are now 52 reported cases in the public service outside of Canada.

 


Province, region or territory
Reported cases
Alberta570
British Columbia540
Manitoba128
National Capital Region (NCR)1,048
New Brunswick12
Newfoundland and Labrador21
Northwest Territories0
Nova Scotia16
Nunavut2
Ontario (Minus NCR)620
Prince Edward Island1
Quebec (Minus NCR)818
Saskatchewan182
Yukon1
Outside of Canada52

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