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Official weekly number of COVID-19 deaths, surveillance number of COVID-19 deaths and provisional estimates of excess deaths, Canada

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Infographic description

The title of the infographic is "Official weekly number of COVID-19 deaths, surveillance number of COVID-19 deaths and provisional estimates of excess deaths, Canada"

This is a line chart.

The Y axis represents the number of deaths. The Y axis starts at -400 and goes to 1,400, with increments of 200.

The X axis represents weeks ending on the indicated day in 2020. The weeks go from the week ending March 14 to the week ending September 5, with increments of 1 week.

There are three series.

The first series represents the number of surveillance COVID-19 deaths by week in 2020.

The week labelled March 14, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 1 death.

The week labelled March 21, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 16 deaths.

The week labelled March 28, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 41 deaths.

The week labelled April 4, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 172 deaths.

The week labelled April 11, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 422 deaths.

The week labelled April 18, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 814 deaths.

The week labelled April 25, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 998 deaths.

The week labelled May 2, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 1,101 deaths.

The week labelled May 9, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 1,127 deaths.

The week labelled May 16, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 986 deaths.

The week labelled May 23, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 676 deaths.

The week labelled May 30, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 718 deaths.

The week labelled June 6, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 700 deaths.

The week labelled June 13, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 334 deaths.

The week labelled June 20, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 303 deaths.

The week labelled June 27, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 106 deaths.

The week labelled July 4, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 158 deaths.

The week labelled July 11, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 99 deaths.

The week labelled July 18, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 75 deaths.

The week labelled July 25, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 37 deaths.

The week labelled August 1, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 56 deaths.

The week labelled August 8, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 35 deaths.

The week labelled August 15, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 48 deaths.

The week labelled August 22, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 47 deaths.

The week labelled August 29, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 42 deaths.

The week labelled September 5, the surveillance COVID-19 deaths series is at 30 deaths.

The second series represents the provisional estimates of the number of excess deaths by week in 2020.

The week labelled March 14, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -232 deaths.

The week labelled March 21, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 5 deaths.

The week labelled March 28, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 99 deaths.

The week labelled April 4, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 480 deaths.

The week labelled April 11, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 790 deaths.

The week labelled April 18, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 862 deaths.

The week labelled April 25, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 1,197 deaths.

The week labelled May 2, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 1,191 deaths.

The week labelled May 9, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 836 deaths.

The week labelled May 16, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 575 deaths.

The week labelled May 23, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 457 deaths.

The week labelled May 30, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 430 deaths.

The week labelled June 6, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 137 deaths.

The week labelled June 13, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -145 deaths.

The week labelled June 20, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -10 deaths.

The week labelled June 27, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 12 deaths.

The week labelled July 4, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -158 deaths.

The week labelled July 11, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 39 deaths.

The week labelled July 18, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -102 deaths.

The week labelled July 25, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -26 deaths.

The week labelled August 1, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -15 deaths.

The week labelled August 8, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at -4 deaths.

The week labelled August 15, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 282 deaths.

The week labelled August 22, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is at 285 deaths.

The week labelled August 29, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is suppressed.

The week labelled September 5, the provisional estimates of excess deaths series is suppressed.

The third series represents the official number of COVID-19 deaths by week in 2020.

The week labelled March 14, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 10 deaths.

The week labelled March 21, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 30 deaths.

The week labelled March 28, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 110 deaths.

The week labelled April 4, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 365 deaths.

The week labelled April 11, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 695 deaths.

The week labelled April 18, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 1,030 deaths.

The week labelled April 25, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 1,255 deaths.

The week labelled May 2, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 1,325 deaths.

The week labelled May 9, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 1,050 deaths.

The week labelled May 16, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 805 deaths.

The week labelled May 23, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 615 deaths.

The week labelled May 30, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 590 deaths.

The week labelled June 6, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 305 deaths.

The week labelled June 13, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 170 deaths.

The week labelled June 20, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 105 deaths.

The week labelled June 27, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 95 deaths.

The week labelled July 4, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 75 deaths.

The week labelled July 11, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 65 deaths.

The week labelled July 18, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 50 deaths.

The week labelled July 25, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 35 deaths.

The week labelled August 1, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 35 deaths.

The week labelled August 8, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 30 deaths.

The week labelled August 15, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 30 deaths.

The week labelled August 22, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 25 deaths.

The week labelled August 29, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 25 deaths.

The week labelled September 5, the official COVID-19 deaths series is at 0 deaths.

Source: Tables 13-10-0784-01 and 13-10-0785-01; Public Health Agency of Canada's (PHAC) COVID-19 Outbreak Update (consulted October 8th).

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