Slowly, but surely, the number of new cases of COVID-19 has continued to grow in the country, Sunday, reflecting a continued recovery of the pandemic.
Faithful to their habits, the Ontario and Quebec continued to pull up the balance sheet of canada, which now totals 110 185 patients infected by the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, which is an increase of 337 cases within 24 hours. However, only four deaths were identified, for a total of 8850 to this day.
It is noted, however, that this balance excludes data from Alberta and British Columbia, who do not update their numbers during the weekends.
Quebec, which is without stopping an increase in the number of cases of COVID-19 identified on its territory in the past two weeks in the wake of outbreaks related to bars, social events and private parties, has made state-of-166 positive tests on Sunday.
This is the largest increase daily in la Belle Province since exactly a month, while 167 cases had been reported on 19 June. That said, a single death was reported Sunday, compared to 35 on June 19, which tends to confirm that the average age of people infected is decreasing.
Ontario, for its part, has reported 164 new cases of COVID-19, and three deaths of more. Again, it is a net edge with a second day in a row beyond the plateau of 160 infections, a number that had previously been exceeded on only two occasions in July.
Elsewhere in the country, the pandemic has also continued its growth in the Prairies with five cases in Saskatchewan and six in Manitoba. The latter province was derived with no new cases, from 1 to 13 July, but now has 18 distributed on the last six days.
The situation in Canada
Québec: 57 466 cases (5655 death)
Ontario: 37 604 cases (2751 death)
Alberta: 9219 cases (165 deaths)
British Columbia: 3198 case (189 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 1067 cases (63 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 943 cases (15 deaths)
Manitoba: 343 cases (7 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 262 cases (3 deaths)
New Brunswick: 169 cases (2 deaths)
Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 36 cases
The North-West territories: 5 cases
Nunavut: 2 cases
Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total: 110 338 cases (8850 death)