The pandemic of COVID-19 has continued to gain ground in the country on Monday, while the number of deaths amounted to 767 in Canada.
At the end of the day, Monday, there were a total of 25 680 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country.
Once again, Quebec has led the growth of the balance sheet in the country. The Beautiful Province there are now 13 557 (+711) people with cancer and regrets now 360 deaths, which is 32 more than Sunday. The number of hospital admissions, meanwhile, has continued to increase, reaching 879, an increase of 55 compared to Sunday. The number of people in intensive care has also risen (+9) to reach 226.
In spite of everything, the government Legault announced in the early afternoon of relief measures to combat the pandemic. Thus, residential construction, garages, automobiles, mining, and the nurseries have been added to the list of essential services and will be able to resume their activities as soon as April 15.
A little earlier in the morning, Ontario has reported 421 new cases in 24 hours for a total of 7470 since the beginning of the pandemic. The number of patients has increased relatively at the same pace during the entire week in the province’s most populous country. In addition, 17 new deaths were reported in this province.
Alberta has reported 81 new cases for a total of 1732, and the two new deaths. There are now 46 deaths in this province.
The number of cases has also increased in British Columbia (+45) to $ 1490 patients. The province has also reported 11 new deaths in the past 48 hours, British Columbia had not released balance sheet Sunday.
In Saskatchewan the number of cases has crossed the mark of 300. Two new cases have also been registered in Newfoundland and Labrador during the past 24 hours.
Optimism in the provinces least affected
Four new cases have also been observed in Manitoba, where there are now 229 patients infected with the coronavirus. “The early numbers show that our efforts are bearing fruit. We can flatten the curve, but we must not relax our efforts”, welcomed the chief medical officer of health of Manitoba, Dr. Brent Roussin, at a press conference Monday.
Dr. Roussin has also hinted that relief measures of social distancing that affect the economy could be planned in a few weeks, if the news remains positive in the province.
Same scenario in new New Brunswick, which has seen its number of cases go from 114 to 116 in 24 hours. “We must continue to follow the guidelines of the public health. We are on the right track to get out of this pandemic in a much better position than elsewhere in the world,” stressed the prime minister Blaine Higgs.
The prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has not offered news item, Monday, for an update of the situation in Canada. This is a second day off in a row for Mr. Trudeau.
Confirmed cases and deaths linked to the COVID-19 in Canada:
- Quebec: 13 557 case – 360 death
- Ontario: 7470 case – 291 death
- Alberta: 1732 cases – 46 deaths
- British Columbia: 1490 case – 69 deaths
- Nova Scotia: 474 cases – 3 deaths
- Saskatchewan: 300 cases – 4 deaths
- Manitoba: 246 cases – 4 deaths
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 244 cases – 3 deaths
- New Brunswick: 116 cases
- Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 25 cases
- Yukon: 8 cases
- The North-West territories: 5 cases
- Nunavut: no cases
- Canadian returnees: 13 case
Total individuals: 25 680
Total deaths: 780