The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern):
Canada's chief public health officer says there are signs the country has "passed the peak" of the third wave.
Dr. Theresa Tam says Canada saw an average of fewer than 7,000 COVID-19 cases per day over the past week, a 20 per cent drop compared to the height of the surge in April.
Tam says there's also been a decline in severe illness, with an average of fewer than 4,000 COVID-19 patients being treated in hospital each day, including fewer than 1,400 intensive care cases.
She says more than 17 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered across Canada to date.
Public Services and Procurement Minister Anita Anand says Canada can expect to receive 4.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna next week.
Anand says Pfizer is moving up its scheduled shipments ahead of the Victoria Day weekend.
She says two million Pfizer doses are expected to arrive early next week, and 1.4 million more will be delivered on Thursday and Friday.
Anand says Moderna is set to send 1.1 million doses next week.
Quebec is reporting 838 new COVID-19 cases and eight more deaths from the virus.
Two of the deaths occurred in the past 24 hours.
Health officials say hospitalizations rose by 10 to 530 and 123 people were in intensive care, an increase of two.
Ontario is reporting 2,362 new COVID-19 cases.
The province says 26 more people have died from the virus.
The data is based on 44,040 tests.
There were 1,582 COVID-19 patients in Ontario hospitals as of Friday morning, including 777 people in intensive care.
Prince Edward Island is reporting two new COVID-19 cases.
Chief medical officer of health Dr. Heather Morrison says both people are in their 20s.
One is a close contact of a case reported Thursday involving a Charlottetown daycare worker.
She says the close contact of the daycare worker had travelled outside the Atlantic region and did not properly isolate when they returned.
She says 35 children and staff at the daycare have all tested negative but must continue to isolate.
Manitoba is opening up COVID-19 vaccinations to all people aged 12 and up, down from 18 and up.
Anyone under 18 will be able to get the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at provincial supersites and urban Indigenous clinics.
Health Canada approved the Pfizer vaccine for people as young as 12 on May 5.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 14, 2021.
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