The first confirmed case of coronavirus in Alberta, Canada, has pushed the country’s total above 60 for the first time.

Over the weekend, one of four presumptive cases in Alberta was confirmed to be Covid-19. Two additional cases were confirmed in Ontario, bringing the province’s total to 31. And six new cases were confirmed in British Columbia, for a total of 27 in the west coast province and 61 nationally.

“All the cases of Covid-19 to date are travel-related and recovering in isolation at home with support from public health officials. As soon as these cases were identified last night, we took immediate action to protect the public,” Alberta’s chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, said in a statement.

Two of the B.C. cases were passengers on the Grand Princess cruise ship and two are residents of a long-term care facility in North Vancouver. “All residents of this facility have now been screened and Vancouver Coastal teams are on site to support the families and continue to investigate in detail,” the province’s minister of health and health officer, Adrian Dix and Dr. Bonnie Henry, said in a joint statement. “Public health teams have notified facility staff and residents, and are meeting with their families.”

In Ontario, a woman in her 60s who returned to Canada from France, and a man in his 60s who had been in Washington, D.C., tested positive for COVID-19.

Canadian stocks, along with global markets, have been roiled with virus fears. The breakdown of talks between OPEC and Russia, which sent Brent crude prices tumbling by almost one third, is expected to exacerbate the hit for equities given the importance of energy and other natural resources to the country’s economy. The fall in oil has also hit the Canadian dollar.