[LIVE-MONDAY, JUNE 22,] All the developments of the pandemic coronavirus

[EN DIRECT LUNDI 22 JUIN] Tous les développements de la pandémie de coronavirus

The new coronavirus has more than 470, 000 deaths in the world, while nearly 8 980 000 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 | 9: 40AM

THE WORLD

Confirmed cases: 8 979 539

Death: 468 813

IN CANADA

Confirmed cases: 101 337

Death: 8430

IN QUEBEC

Confirmed cases: 54 766

Death: 5417

IN THE UNITED STATES

Confirmed cases: 2 280 969

Death: 119 977

ALL THE NEWS FROM THE MONDAY 22ND OF JUNE 2020

9: 15 am | After a four-month closure, Disneyland Paris will re-open gradually to the public from 15 July, with a capacity reduced and the mask-wearing mandatory for visitors since 11 years.

7: 30 | Shakira, Coldplay, Usher, or Justin Bieber: the mégastars of the music are mobilizing to support the collection of donations in the medical research against the COVID-19, during a concert grand virtual Saturday on the occasion of a donor conference.

5: 00 am | The effects of confinement on mental health are becoming more feel, and some psychiatric hospitals in Quebec are overwhelmed.

4h52 | The professional leagues of japanese football and baseball, whose championships have been disrupted by the sars coronavirus, have jointly announced Monday that they were going to allow a limited number of spectators in the stadiums as of July 10.

4h45 | Living in a society that is largely conservative, many Indian LGBT people hide their sexual identity to their close friends. A secret become especially heavy for some during the long weeks of confinement with their families.

1: 00 am | Contrary to what one might believe, there are currently more new cases reported every day in the world than at any other time previously.

1: 00 am | Unable to match the salary of $ 26 per hour offered to future employees, community-based organizations that provide services to persons with disabilities losing many employees , and fear of not being able to hire qualified personnel.

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