[LIVE, JULY 24] All the developments of the pandemic coronavirus

[EN DIRECT 24 JUILLET] Tous les développements de la pandémie de coronavirus

The coronavirus has made about 634 000 deaths in the world, while nearly 15 530 000 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed.

Don’t miss out on the latest developments of the pandemic COVID-19 in the country and in the world.

LAST BALANCE SHEET | 6: 30 AM

GLOBAL

  • Confirmed cases: 15 526 057
  • Death: 633 656

IN QUEBEC

  • Confirmed cases: 58 080
  • Death: 5662

IN CANADA

  • Confirmed cases: 112 485
  • Death: 8870

IN THE UNITED STATES

  • Confirmed cases: 4 038 864
  • Death: 144 305

ALL THE NEWS OF FRIDAY, 24 JULY 2020

6h33 | A total of 740 deaths due to the COVID-19 have been identified in the past 24 hours in India, on Friday announced the authorities, bringing the official death toll in the country to more than 30 000 deaths, a figure which is however considered to be largely under-evaluated.

6h26 | A little girl of three years died of Covid-19 there are a few days in Belgium, announced Friday the health authorities, belgian, stating that the child had several underlying diseases.

6h22 | The new wave of coronavirus, which hits Hong Kong for a few weeks might be due to the decision of the authorities to let the crews of the merchant navy change of boarding in the city without complying with quarantine, said on Friday an expert in the health issues.

6h21 | The economic balance sheet of the devastating pandemic of COVID-19 in the world are likely to trigger new waves of migration once the borders reopened, warned the head of the Red Cross.

1: 00 am | The organizers of the Grand Prix of Canada have invited the members of the media at a press conference this morning to “focus on publishing 2020”.

IN THE NEWSPAPER THIS MORNING

Antibodies against the COVID-19 decline quickly

Adults who are recovering from a mild infection with the novel coronavirus have their antibody levels against the COVID-19 decline in the space of a few weeks, according to a recent study.

The light shines stronger at the end of the tunnel

The theatres and cinema will be able to see a little more light at the end of the tunnel, starting on 3 August, when the limit for the raising of the interior and exterior in public places will increase from 50 to 250 people.

Strange start

It is with four months of delay, the Nationals of Washington have begun the defence of their championship on Thursday evening at home. In front of the bleachers empty at Nationals Park and some of the rivals of the american League, the scene struck the imagination. It was the launch of a strange season.

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