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 7: 30 AM
IN THE WORLD
Case: 7 807 734
Dead: 430 530
98 373 cases, of which 53 824 in Quebec
8106 deaths, of which 5195 in Quebec
8.55 | Spain advance to the 21 June the re-opening of its borders with the countries of the European Union
This date corresponds to the emergence in Spain of a state of alert, which has helped impose a mid-march one of the confinements the most stringent in the world, and at the end of the déconfinement careful started mid-may.
5h40 | 57 new cases in China, the outbreak grows in Beijing
A new home contamination has been detected in the south of Beijing in the market Xinfadi, which sells items such as meat, fish and vegetables. A discovery that has led to the containment of 11 residential areas in the surroundings.
4h31 | 43 000 spectators and no restriction to Auckland for a rugby match
The rugby post-coronavirus-breaking attendance records in New Zealand… More than 43,000 spectators attended without restriction on Sunday to the victory of the Blues of Auckland, in the face of the Hurricanes of Wellington’s (30-20), at the legendary Eden Park, in the framework of the Super Rugby Aotearoa.
4: 21 | relaxed Restrictions for weddings and funeral ceremonies in Ontario
The restrictions for the holding of wedding ceremonies or funerals are now relaxed in Ontario.
4h08 | Petra, ghost town: tourism in jordan hit hard by the pandemic
“This is the first time that I see this place so empty, usually it is filled with thousands of tourists,”: guardian of the place, Nayef Hilalat is alone facing the majestic Khazneh, the most famous of the temples of the ancient city of Petra.
Tourist Site lighthouse of Jordan and the Middle East, the city carved in the granite is pinkish, there are some 2,000 years ago by the Nabataeans, is deserted by the visitors, as a result of the pandemic COVID-19.
4h05 | In Delhi, concerns are growing about a shortage of beds
Ashwani Jain, a resident of New Delhi, 45 years, died of the coronavirus in an ambulance. As an increasing number of patients, it has not been admitted to the hospital for lack of beds.
1: 00 am | Difficult for shops in shopping centres
Retailers located in shopping centres admit that profitability is difficult or impossible to achieve, due to a decrease in goodwill marked despite their opening two weeks ago.
0h46 | central America, the pandemic dried up the remittances of the emigrants
Poverty is worsening in the three northern countries of central America, el Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala : because of the crisis caused by the new coronavirus, the families do not receive more money from their relatives emigrated, including the United States, and on which depends their survival.