MONTREAL – Five Canadians have lost their fight against the disease, coronavirus, and more than 250 others have contracted the virus, according to figures announced on Thursday, a coast-to-coast.
This brings the national balance sheet 8825 deaths and 109 083 case.
As this is the case since the beginning of the health crisis, the Quebec and Ontario have made the most heavy balance sheets of the federation. The 15 deaths were all occurring in these two provinces, which are the most populous in the country.
Quebec, which seems to be experiencing a resurgence of the COVID-19 after the reopening of the bars, in particular, has announced that 142 new cases, its most important data since the 25th of June. Ten additional deaths were reported – including one that occurred prior to July 8, for a total of 5646 dead. In addition, 57 001 Quebec have been infected to this day.
In Ontario, there are now 37 163 patients (+111) and 2737 deaths (+5). The government of Doug Ford, in consultation with the chief medical officer of health, has extended until July 29, 2020 the majority of emergency decrees still in force,
Manitoba has been a part of his side with a single new event, Thursday, for a total of 331 infections.
The situation in Canada
Québec: 57 001 cases (5646 death)
Ontario: 37 163 cases (2737 death)
Alberta: 8994 case (163 deaths)
British Columbia: 3149 case (189 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 1067 cases (63 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 881 cases (15 deaths)
Manitoba: of 331 cases (7 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 262 cases (3 deaths)
New Brunswick: 168 cases (2 deaths)
Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 36 cases
The North-West territories: 5 cases
Nunavut: 2 cases
Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total: 109 083 case (8825 death)