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The latest coronavirus information in your part of Canada

Looking for information on the coronavirus outbreak in your area? Get the latest advisories, cancellations and updates for where you live in Canada here.

Advisories, cancellations and updates from across the country

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday banned all incoming travellers to Canada who are not citizens, permanent residents or Americans as part of efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Toronto resident Christopher Ostropolski had been scheduled to fly to Congo and came to Pearson International Airport to claim the credit for the now cancelled flight. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)

The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in a deluge of information, but health and safety advisories may be at risk of getting lost in the fray.

CBC News bureaus across Canada have compiled the latest, locally relevant announcements, cancellations and updates on the outbreak in an ongoing effort to keep Canadians informed on what resources are available in their communities.

Get up to speed on the latest coronavirus information from your part of the country here:

Alberta

Get the latest information from the following parts of Alberta:

British Columbia

Get the latest British Columbia information here.

Manitoba

Get the latest Manitoba information here.

New Brunswick

Get the latest New Brunswick information here.

Newfoundland and Labrador

Get the latest Newfoundland and Labrador information here.

Northwest Territories

Get the latest Northwest Territories information here.

Nova Scotia

Get the latest Nova Scotia information here.

Nunavut

Get the latest Nunavut information here.

Ontario

Get the latest information from the following parts of Ontario:

Prince Edward Island

Get the latest Prince Edward Island information here.

Quebec

Get the latest Quebec information here.

Saskatchewan

Get the latest Saskatchewan information here.

Yukon

Get the latest Yukon information here.

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