These graphs show the history of contagiousness in each province.

Contagiousness is calculated as the number of people who are actively infected for the 9-day period from 3 days before a positive test to 5 days after.

Total number of people infected is calculated using the two infection models.

Most provinces have had few enough positive tests and deaths that the numbers are too small to model accurately. The graphs are nonetheless provided for the sake of completeness.