A little more than 370 cases of COVID-19 were reported Thursday, a coast to coast of Canada.
In total, 118 561 people have been infected by the new coronavirus since the start of the crisis. Quebec, which is the main focus of outbreak, 60 of 133 persons infected, of which 133 additional cases, and 5687 dead.
British Columbia (+57), Alberta (+56) and Manitoba (+30) have also weighed down the balance on Thursday.
In Ontario, the authorities reported Thursday 95 new infection, or a fourth date with a number of new cases in the bar of the 100 cases. There has been a total of 39 809 contamination and 2783 deaths, including a new death recorded on Thursday.
The total number of deaths related to the COVID-19 in the country reached 8963.
Curb the misinformation
“In recent months, we have taken concerted action to combat the pandemic of COVID-19 and to bring the spread of the virus to a manageable level,” said Thursday Dr. Theresa Tam, director-in-chief of the public health agency of Canada.
“As we learn to live with the virus among us, Canadians continue to face the challenge and adapt their daily routine by incorporating measures of public health important”, she added.
Dr. Tam has also been to ask Canadians to be wary of false or misleading information about the COVID-19 “We need to help stop the spread of misinformation, she launched. When we come across new information, we must be critical in its regard, check with credible sources and we will not broadcast it if we have doubts about its validity.”
The situation in Canada:
- Quebec: 60 133 cases (5687 death)
- Ontario: 39 809 cases (2783 death)
- Alberta: 11 296 cases (205 deaths)
- British Columbia: 3881 case (195 deaths)
- Saskatchewan: 1387 cases (19 deaths)
- Nova Scotia: 1071 cases (64 deaths)
- Manitoba: 474 cases (8 deaths)
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 266 cases (3 deaths)
- New Brunswick: 176 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: 118 561 cases (8966 death)