Not less than 100 deaths related to the COVID-19 were recorded Wednesday in Canada, mostly in Quebec.
At the end of the day, Canada was 93 085 cases of COVID-19 to this day, which is 672 more than the day before, while 7498 people have died of complications related to the disease.
In Québec alone has reported 81 deaths for a total of 4794 to this day. It is however, important to note that 22 of these deaths occurred before the 27th of may, there are more than a week.
Ontario was the only province in the country, mid-day, to have reported deaths. The province are now 2312 dead, 19 more than the day before.
Most populous province of the country, however, reported more new cases (+338), the Quebec (+ 291) for a third day in a row. Ontario is grappling with a significant resurgence of the epidemic is driven by infections to agricultural workers working in the south-west of the province.
Quebec, for its part, has announced that at least 300 cases for a third day in a row. There has not been as few patients diagnosed in the province daily from the vicinity of 21 march, the date on which there were only 214 citizens infected by the coronavirus.
Recovery of the pandemic in British Columbia?
On the side of British Columbia, the authorities have reported 22 cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, as well as a death.
This is the largest increase in the number of cases in this province for almost a month. However, this announcement comes as the province has launched the second phase of his plan déconfinement and economic recovery two weeks ago. Remember that the virus may have an incubation period up to 14 days.
On the side of the Sea, two new cases have been reported in New Brunswick. The province, which seemed to be able to control the virus, faces a new outbreak in the region of Campbellton, which has been linked to a doctor who went to Quebec to go pick up his daughter.
The situation in Canada:
- Québec: 51 884 case (4794 death)
- Ontario: 29 047 if (2312 deaths)
- Alberta: 7076 case (145 deaths)
- British Columbia: 2623 cases (166 deaths)
- Nova Scotia: 1057 cases (60 deaths)
- Saskatchewan: 647 cases (11 deaths)
- Manitoba: 298 cases (7 deaths)
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)
- New Brunswick: 133 case
- Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 27 cases
- Yukon: 11
- The North-West territories: 5 cases
- Nunavut: 0 cases
- Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total: 93 085 (7498 deaths)