COVID-19: the cape of 3500 deaths approach in Canada

COVID-19: le cap des 3500 décès approche au Canada

Some 55 572 people have contracted the COVID-19 since the beginning of this health crisis and the number of deaths is approaching the cap of 3500.

Ontario has helped Saturday to this number-related 511 new cases, including 55 deaths. The balance sheet total is 17 119 cases while 1176 lost their lives. In addition, 11 390 people have been cured, a rate of 66.5 %.

Province with the largest population in Canada, Ontario has increased over the past few weeks its rate of test with 16 305 persons assessed in 24 hours for a total of 310 359 tests.

In Québec, the largest home in the country, the most recent balance sheet reflects 2022 people died from the coronavirus since the start of the epidemic to a total of 28 648 cases.

In the late morning, the balance of the number of people infected in Canada was 55 572 of which 3446 deaths.

Since the beginning of the crisis, more than 832 222 persons have undergone a screening test of the COVID-19 to date in Canada, a screening rate of 22 140 per million inhabitants. In addition, the results are positive in a proportion of 6.9 %.

Balance sheet in Canada

  • Quebec: 28 648 (2022 deaths)
  • British Columbia: 2145 (112 deaths)
  • Ontario: 17 119 (1176 death)
  • Alberta: 5573 (92 deaths)
  • Saskatchewan: 415 (6 deaths)
  • Manitoba: 279 (6 deaths)
  • New Brunswick: 118
  • Nova Scotia: 959 (29 deaths)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 259 (3 deaths)
  • Île-du-Prince-Édouard: 27
  • The North-West territories: 5
  • Yukon: 11
  • Nunavut: 1
  • Canadian returnees: 13
  • Total of people affected by the virus: 55 572
  • Total deaths: 3446

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