[LIVE FRIDAY, JUNE 5] All the developments of the pandemic coronavirus

[EN DIRECT VENDREDI 5 JUIN] Tous les développements de la pandémie de coronavirus

The new coronavirus has over 391, 000 deaths in the world, while nearly 6 660 000 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

THE WORLD

  • Confirmed cases: 6 656 827
  • Dead: 391 571

THE COUNTRY

  • Confirmed cases: 93 726
  • Dead: 7637

IN QUEBEC

  • Confirmed cases: 52 143
  • Dead: 4885

IN THE UNITED STATES

  • Confirmed cases: 1 872 660
  • Dead: 108 211

ALL THE NEWS OF FRIDAY, 5 JUNE

6: 40 | Bombardier Aviation abolishes nearly 2500 jobs, mainly in Canada due to the pandemic that hit their sector of activity.

6.37 | due to the pandemic of COVID-19, the organizers of the olympic Games of Tokyo were confirmed on Friday not to allow celebrations on 23 July, exactly a year from the new date of the opening of the Games deferred to 2021.

6: 28 | The british manufacturer of luxury cars Bentley on Friday announced the abolition of 1,000 jobs, or a quarter of its workforce, due to the decrease of activity caused by the pandemic.

6h13 | A city of 180 000 inhabitants of the Russian Arctic has been placed in quarantine Friday for an indefinite period due to the worsening of the outbreak of coronavirus, announced the local authorities.

4h53 | It was said of him that he was a puppet in the hands of the parties, a pale character: his management of the crisis, the coronavirus has allowed the chief of the Italian government Giuseppe Conte of regild his blazon and even, a little, that of Italy.

4h49 | | Three thousand jobs at Nissan, five hundred in the aluminum: pandemic and containment have precipitate decisions to close factories in Spain where the future of the industry concerned.

4h43 | The epidemic of COVID-19 is currently “controlled” in France, said Friday the president of the scientific Council, professor Jean-François Delfraissy.

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