What you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak
Health officials are warning that as of Monday, there are likely to be more cases than the previous high of 10,000 reported in early April.
On Thursday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned that the current count is probably higher than 10,037.
That means that more than 9,000 people in the U-23 age group have died of the coronovirus.
But the latest CDC data show that there are probably far fewer cases than 10% of the previous peak of more than 100,000.
The CDC data shows the total number of people who have tested positive for the virus, or confirmed the presence of it, has fallen by about 25%.
The latest data from the U of T Health Sciences Centre, released Thursday, also shows that the total percentage of people in Canada who have been tested for the coronvirus, or have tested negative for it, is only 4.6%.
The CDC also says that the Canadian health care system is “well below capacity” to deal with the influx of people coming into the country.
Health officials have cautioned that coronaviruses can spread through air travel and that it’s possible that the number of cases in Canada is increasing.
The government has been scrambling to address the virus as the country struggles to get its hospitals and health care facilities up to speed.
Health officials are calling for a rapid deployment of all health care workers and other frontline workers to deal as quickly as possible with the spread of the virus.
But they say that will require that people get tested.