COVID-19: forty new deaths

COVID-19: une quarantaine de nouveaux décès

MONTREAL | Despite the decline in the number of new cases, the quarantine of deaths related to the COVID-19 was recorded on Wednesday in Canada and the authorities in the country have reiterated their call for caution.

On the 8254 loss of life in the country since the beginning of the health crisis, the Quebec account 5298, with 29 deaths reported on Wednesday. For its part, Ontario has 2550 bereaved families because of the COVID-19.

In this province, 24 205 people have been tested in 24 hours. In total, the public Health authorities have tested more than a million Ontarians. Of this number, 32 744 persons were reported as positive. However, there have been fewer than 200 new cases for four days.

“Ontario continues to be the leader in Canada in terms of daily tests for the COVID-19”, stressed the minister of ontario Health care, Christine Elliott, who is also delighted with the improvement of the situation.

In Quebec, 54 263 people have been infected by the new coronavirus, and 5298 of them have lost their battle, mainly in NURSING homes.

In total in Canada, there has been a 99 786 contamination, of which a little over 300 extra, whereas there were 41 new deaths reported, on Wednesday afternoon.

The health authorities in the country have reiterated that the Canadians were to continue to adhere to the measures in place, such as hand washing, distancing, physical or port covers-face to avoid the situation getting worse.

The situation in Canada

Québec: 54 263 cases (5298 deaths)
Ontario: 32 744 cases (2550 death)
Alberta: 7482 case (151 deaths)
British Columbia: 2756 case (168 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 1061 cases (62 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 693 cases (13 deaths)
Manitoba: 306 cases (7 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)
New Brunswick: 164 cases (2 deaths)
Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 27 cases
Yukon: 11
The North-West territories: 5 cases
Nunavut: 0 cases
Canadian returnees: 13 case

Total: 99 786 cases (8254 death)

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