Coronavirus.

Baby boy among the latest COVID-19 cases, as Canadian cases rise to almost 150

Majority of cases are in B.C. and Ontario

Health officials say there are 17 new cases of COVID-19 in Ontario.

The latest positive test results bring the total number of cases in the province to 59.

The patients include a baby boy under the age of one.

Canada has recorded a single death — an elderly nursing home resident in B.C. — among about 149 confirmed cases of COVID-19

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