[LIVE, 12 JUNE] All the developments of the pandemic coronavirus

[EN DIRECT 12 JUIN] Tous les développements de la pandémie de coronavirus

Whether in Québec or elsewhere on the planet, the pandemic of the COVID-19 disrupts our lives.

You will find here all the news throughout the day related to this crisis, which is hitting the population, governments and the economy.

BALANCE sheet AT 6h05


Case :
7 531 872

Death :
421 801



97 530, 53 485 in Quebec


7994, 5105, Quebec


2 023 347

113 820

All the news from Friday 12 June 2020

6: 30 | French is a victim of the pandemic at Dorel Industries

The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus was the result of French among Dorel Industries, a major quebec-based company listed on the stock Exchange. A decision that goes against the law 101.

6h | SAQ: scars for two years

It will take two years at the Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ) to fully recover financially from the COVID-19, learned The Newspaper. The management conceded that the corporation will not be able to achieve the target of the dividend set by Quebec in the last budget.

5h | A package COVID in places without patients

General practitioners may charge a package COVID-19 to 186 per hour in dozens of residences for the elderly of the greater Montreal region, even in those where there are no patients infected with the coronavirus.

4h45 | Up to 10,000 fans allowed in stadiums as early as July in Australia

Australia will lift the camera set up in stages due to the pandemic of sars coronavirus and will allow up to 10,000 spectators, in July, announced on Friday the first minister, Scott Morrison, taking its cue from the nearby new zealand.

1h | Quebecers want to stay here for their holidays

If a lot of people welcome the government’s proposals Legault order to encourage them to stay in the province to enjoy their vacation this summer, businesses that earn their living from tourism are not met before the plan of the minister of Tourism, Caroline Proulx.

00h | strong discontent of the water parks

The Village Vacances Valcartier, who also owns the park in ontario, the Calypso, to the west of Montreal, there was still no re-opening date to announce, and begins to fear the worst.

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