Epidemiological summary of COVID-19 cases in First Nations communities
Weekly data was last updated on May 21, 2020
About the charts
Information on demographics and outcomes is currently available for reported cases in First Nations communities.
The charts on this page do not include COVID-19 cases in First Nations individuals residing off reserve or in the territories.
Statistics about First Nations individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 who do not live on a reserve are included in the provincial and territorial case counts, although they are not distinguished as such..
Cumulative reported, recovered and newly reported cases in First Nations communities
The charts with epidemic curves over time (epi curves) below show:
- the cumulative totals of reported and recovered COVID-19 cases
- newly reported COVID-19 cases in First Nations communities in provinces
The flattening epi curve suggests many First Nations communities are successful in their efforts to stop the spread of infections.
Text alternative for cumulative reported and recovered cases
|Date||Cumulative total reported cases||Cumulative total recovered cases|
|Mar 29 - Apr 4||33||0|
|Apr 26 - May 2||157||60|
The date corresponds to episode date for reported cases and date of recovery for recovered cases.
The episode date corresponds to the earliest date reported according to the following order: symptom onset date, specimen collection date, laboratory result date, date reported to the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB) of Indigenous Services Canada.
Text alternative for newly reported cases
|Mar 29 - Apr 4||13||3||2||1||0|
|Apr 26 - May 2||3||6||13||6||6|
The episode date corresponds to the earliest date reported according to the following order: symptom onset date, specimen collection date, laboratory result date, date reported to FNIHB.
Reported cases in First Nations communities by age group and sex
Text alternative for confirmed positive cases in First Nations communities by age and sex