COVID-19: worst results in two months in Quebec and Ontario

The announcement of the approval of Pfizer’s vaccine for children, which is expected to arrive on Friday according to various media outlets, comes at the right time, as several provinces see a resurgence of the pandemic.

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This is particularly the case in Ontario, where 711 new COVID-19 cases were announced on Thursday, a peak from the 727 cases announced on September 24, nearly two months ago. Five deaths were also added to the province’s toll.

The most populous province in the country has seen a continuous increase in its number of daily infections since the beginning of the month, a phenomenon that is also observed in Quebec, as in the rest of the world, as winter approaches.

The province of La Belle has reported 720 new cases, almost as many as the 718 revealed on Wednesday. As in Ontario, these are numbers that had not been reached for nearly two months, since the announcement of 795 infections on September 25.

Two deaths were also deplored on Thursday, while hospitalizations are on the rise (205, +10), with no impact so far in intensive care (46, -1).

Elsewhere in the country, Nova Scotia added 22 infections to its list Thursday, the day after a scathing departure from Prime Minister Tim Houston, who criticized an unrepentant pastor after staging a rally that sparked a fatal outbreak among worshipers who participated. British Columbia (468 new cases and nine deaths), Alberta (383 new cases and five deaths) and Saskatchewan (95 new cases and four deaths) also updated their data.

Ontario: 609,429 cases (9,955 deaths)

Quebec: 436,804 cases (11,550 deaths)

Alberta: 331,214 cases (3,209 deaths)

British Columbia: 214,150 cases (2,290 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 79,937 cases (905 deaths)

Manitoba: 66,184 cases (1,281 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 7,985 cases (105 deaths)

New Brunswick: 7,422 cases (122 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 2,031 cases (17 deaths)

Northwest Territories: 2,032 cases (12 deaths)

Yukon: 1,349 cases (12 deaths)

Nunavut: 674 cases (4 deaths)

Prince Edward Island: 336 cases

Canadian returnees: 13 cases

Total: 1,759,560 cases (29,462 deaths)


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