Tracking variants of the novel coronavirus in Canada – CTV

September 3, 2021

As COVID-19 continues to spread, several more contagious variants of the novel coronavirus are spreading across Canada.

There are currently four variants of concern (VOCs) that have been identified and are being tracked by provincial health authorities and the Public Health Agency of Canada: B.1.1.7, B.1.351, P.1. and B.1.617.’s variant tracker is keeping a daily count of these VOCs, with a provincial breakdown by variant that you can see in the above tables.

Additionally, is now tracking ‘screened’ COVID-19 cases, which have been identified as mutations but are yet to be confirmed which variant they belong to. The provinces that have started to identify these screened cases include Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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