COVID-19: encouraging data… in the provinces in which the share

COVID-19: des données encourageantes... dans les provinces qui les partagent

Quebec and some other provinces that have published data on infections in the COVID-19, Monday, had a portrait of all-encouraging.

In the middle of the afternoon, there were only 147 new infections and two deaths in Canada, almost all in Quebec. He did say that due to the civic holiday, observed on the first Monday in the month of August, several provinces, including Ontario, have not updated their balance sheets daily.

Alone, in the Beautiful Province had 123 contamination over the past 24 hours. This is an encouraging number for the Quebec observes that, since the beginning of the month of August, a constant decrease in the number of new cases, and this, even if a minimum of 14 000 Quebec per day are testing.

The authorities have identified, on average, 136,7 infections COVID-19 in Quebec during the first three days of August, suggesting an improvement in the balance sheets of the province.

According to a compilation made by the QMI Agency, there were close to 200 infections per day (199,7), on average, during the first half of June (1 to 15). Then, this number has fallen drastically in the second half of the month, the average number of infections is establishing rather to 93.6 per day.

This trend was maintained during the first half of July, with an additional 93.4 cases daily on average. The famous private parties and outbreaks in bars and at social events, which had led to a torrent of warnings to the public Health, have led to a rebound in the second half of July (16 to 31) with 153,31 infections per day, on average.

Gatherings in private are also still in the crosshairs of the authorities of the health, in particular on the occasion of the long weekend in most provinces of the country. “Our collective future depends on what we all do now. […] If we want to still find other things all of us usually in the fall, […] we must continue to take precautions that have proven their worth so far”, has notified the administrative head of the public Health agency of Canada Dr. Theresa Tam.

Elsewhere in the country, Manitoba has reported seven patients on Monday, which represents a large decrease compared to the 18 announced the day before.

Saskatchewan, meanwhile, reported 17 infections, a higher number than in past days, but nevertheless far below the average for the second half of July.

The situation in Canada

  • Québec: 59 722 case (5683 death)
  • Ontario: 39 449 cases (2778 death)
  • Alberta: 10 843 cases (196 deaths) (figures as of Friday)
  • British Columbia: 3641 case (195 deaths) (figures as of Friday)
  • Saskatchewan: 1359 cases (18 deaths)
  • Nova Scotia: 1071 cases (64 deaths)
  • Manitoba: 442 cases (8 deaths)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 266 cases (3 deaths)
  • New Brunswick: 170 cases (2 deaths)
  • Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 36 cases
  • Yukon territory: 14 cases
  • The North-West territories: 5 cases
  • Nunavut: 0 cases
  • Canadian returnees: 13 case
  • Total: 117 031 case (8947 death)

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