6/16/09

Swine flu cases in Canada: breakdown


Number of cases of swine flu in Canada (by province/territory) 
Data as of June 15th, 2009
Sources: Health Canada and Wikipedia


British Columbia = 172 = (0.0038%)
Alberta = 264 = (0.0072%)
Saskatchewan = 327 = (0.031%)
Manitoba = 154 = (0.0126%)
Ontario = 1907 = (0.014%)
Quebec = 971 = (0.0124%)
New Brunswick = 3 = (0.0004%)
Nova Scotia = 81= (0.0086%)
Prince Edward Island = 3 = (0.0021%)
Newfoundland and Labrador = 1= (0.00019)
Nunavut = 164 = (0.519%)
Northwest Territories = 2 = (0.0046%)
Yukon = 1 = (0.0029%)

Best places in Canada to catch H1N1 (swine flu)

Nunavut @ 0.0519% of population positive with H1N1
Saskatchewan @ 0.031% of population positive with H1N1
Ontario @ 0.014% of population positive with H1N1

Now you know.
Aren't you glad I didn't take my lunch today?

3 comments:

Ferry Tales June 16, 2009 at 3:59 PM  

Dude! I was searching for a list like this the other day and couldn't find it. Thanks for posting it.

Jackie S. Quire June 16, 2009 at 4:00 PM  

:) that's exactly why I did it up, because I couldn't find it elsewhere on the web.

Blows my mind that some random blogger in Nunavut would be the "first" person to think up doing the math....

Way Way Up June 16, 2009 at 5:36 PM  

cough...sniffle