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Dec 08, 2021
Number of active cases in First Nations communities dropping
The number of active cases of COVID-19 in First Nations and Inuit communities continues on an overall downward trend.
According to the latest data from Indigenous Services Canada, there were 906 active cases of COVID-19 reported in First Nations as of Dec. 7. This is down from the 1,132 active cases that were reported on Nov.15.
In the week ending Dec. 4, First Nations in British Columbia recorded the highest number of newly reported cases among the provinces with 65, with First Nations in Ontario recording 26 and First Nations in Quebec recording 22 cases.