While there were over 200 new cases of COVID-19 to country Thursday, federal authorities have expressed concern about recent outbreaks in regions that had so far been very little affected by the pandemic.
The public health Agency of Canada has, however, suggested that this situation was not surprising. By press release, the Agency said that it expected a rise in the number of new infections due to the déconfinement that is accelerating from one ocean to the other.
At least for the moment, the spread of the virus appears to be stable in both Ontario and in Quebec, if one makes the comparison with the statistics of the last few days.
In the Beautiful Province, it was identified Thursday 69 new people who are infected and eight died. This is in addition to the six deaths that occurred prior to the 24 June, but that had not been accounted for.
On the side of the province’s most populous country, it was reported Tuesday an increase in the number of cases of 153 compared to Tuesday. Ontario had not released balance Wednesday due to the celebration of Canada. During the same time period, eight people diagnosed with the COVID-19 have died.
Since the pandemic, it was noted 2680 deaths in Ontario is on the 35 370 reported cases of the coronavirus in this province. In Quebec, 55 593 people were diagnosed with the COVID-19 since the crisis raged. Of this number, 5 541 lives were lost.
In total 104 643 people have been officially infected with the COVID-19, and there has been 8637-related deaths.
Of the four Atlantic provinces, only Nova Scotia reported Tuesday a new case. In Manitoba, no test has been positive in the last 48 hours. On the other hand, the government of Nunavut announced on Thursday that a suspected case of COVID-19 on the site of the mine, Mary River, 176 km south-west of Pond Inlet.
In the middle of the afternoon, the British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan had not yet updated their data.
Québec: 55 593 cases (5541 deaths)
Ontario: 35 370 cases (2680 death)
Alberta: 8108 case (154 deaths) (figures as of Tuesday)
British Columbia: 2916 case (174 deaths) (figures as of Tuesday)
Nova Scotia: 1064 case (63 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 785 cases (13 deaths) (figures as of Tuesday)
Manitoba: 325 cases (7 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)
New Brunswick: 165 cases (2 deaths)
Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 27 cases
The North-West territories: 5 cases
Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total: 104 643 cases (8637 death)