MONTREAL – Canada took Friday, the bar 94 000 infections related to the disease coronavirus.
Thus, 94 325 Canadians have been positive since the beginning of the health crisis, of which 7702 people who have lost their fight against the disease.
Quebec, which is the main focus of contamination in the country, reported on Friday 255 new cases, for a total of 52 398, deploring also 50 excess deaths, for a total of 4935 death. La Belle Province is approaching and 5000 deaths.
In Montreal, the city most affected in Canada, there are now 26 025 cases, that is, half of the infections in the province.
Since the beginning of the offensive against the COVID-19, 477 017 in Quebec are subject to a levy as to whether they had contracted the disease, of which 12 914 persons in the date June 3, the day of the most recent available.
Ontario, for its part said 344 new infections, bringing its total to 29 747 cases. Most populous province accounts for now 2372 deaths, or 15 more in 24 hours. To date, more than 809 000 tests were carried out in ontario.
New Brunswick has identified no new cases on Friday or deaths.
COVID-19: the situation in Canada
Québec: 52 398 cases (4935 death)
Ontario: 29 747 cases (2372 death)
Alberta: 7091 case (146 deaths)
British Columbia: 2632 cases (166 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 1058 cases (61 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 648 cases (11 deaths)
Manitoba: 298 cases (7 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)
New Brunswick: 136 cases (1 death)
Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 27 cases
The North-West territories: 5 cases
Nunavut: 0 cases
Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total: 94 325 case (7702 death)