Ontario recorded just 181 new cases of COVID-19, on Monday, the lowest number since march.
It has 32 370 since the beginning of the pandemic. The most populous province in the country has also recorded eight deaths since Sunday, which brings the total to 2527.
The government of prime minister Doug Ford has also announced that new regions of his province will be able to progress in the second phase of déconfinement. As soon as Friday, in regions such as the Niagara and Hamilton will be able to see the shopping malls, restaurants and hairdressers reopen their doors. However, this will not be the case for the region of Toronto that will have to wait.
“For the regions of Toronto, Peel and Windsor-Essex parkway, which remain in phase 1, we ask that you please be patient because we can’t lower our guard,” said the chief curator, in a press briefing on Monday.
Quebec also had the lowest number of new cases since march 22, 102, as announced on Monday, which inflates its balance sheet at 54 054. Twenty deaths related to the COVID-19 were recorded Monday, including nine that occurred prior to June 7, bringing the total to 5242.
Three new cases have been reported in New Brunswick, two of whom are temporary foreign workers. The authorities of this province neighboring the province of Quebec have stated that 160 cases have been confirmed during this crisis, which has claimed the lives of two people.
Saskatchewan has recorded 18 new cases to reach 683. The total of death is 13 in this province. The balance sheet remained the same in Manitoba.
In the country, 8174 people have officially died after having contracted the coronavirus while 99 091 people have been confirmed as being infected with the virus.
The situation in Canada:
Québec: 54 054 if (5242 death)
Ontario: 32 370 cases (2527 deaths)
Alberta: 7433 cases (150 deaths)
British Columbia: 2709 cases (168 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 1061 cases (62 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 683 cases (13 deaths)
Manitoba: 304 cases (7 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)
New Brunswick: 160 cases (2 deaths)
Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 27 cases
The North-West territories: 5 cases
Nunavut: 0 cases
Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total: 99 091 if (8174 death)