The death toll of the COVID-19 was much heavier in Quebec than in Ontario, Sunday. In the only two provinces where people have died from this virus in the country, there have been 27 deaths in Quebec, compared to 12 in Ontario.
However, 13 of the deaths in Quebec are occurring prior to June 6, but recorded on Sunday. In total, the Province has recorded 5222 dead of the COVID-19 against 2519 Ontario.
Quebec has announced 128 new cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the total of people infected to 53 952. “The number of hospitalizations decreased by 19 to reach a total of 769. Among these, 85 are located to the intensive care unit, a decrease of 17”, said the ministry of Health of Quebec by issuing a press release, Sunday.
Ontario has added 197 case Sunday to reach 32 189 cases.
Alberta has announced 50 new cases on Sunday for a total of 7433. With one death recorded on Saturday, the province has 150 officially since the beginning of the pandemic
Manitoba and Saskatchewan have also announced Sunday a new case each of COVID-19. Manitoba has identified 304 cases and seven deaths as against 665 cases in Saskatchewan, which has also 13 deaths.
For the country as a whole, the number of death from the coronavirus was $ 8146 with 98 787 confirmations of infected people.
The situation in Canada:
- Quebec: 53 952 case (5222 death)
- Ontario: 32 189 cases (2519 deaths)
- Alberta: 7433 cases (150 deaths)
- British Columbia: 2709 cases (168 deaths)
- Nova Scotia: 1061 cases (62 deaths)
- Saskatchewan: 665 cases (13 deaths)
- Manitoba: 304 cases (7 deaths)
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)
- New Brunswick: 157 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: 98 787 cases (8146 death)