Whether in Quebec or anywhere else on the planet, the Govt-19 epidemic has been ravaging our lives for more than a year and a half.
Here you can find all the news related to this crisis affecting population, governments and economy throughout the day.
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Case: 237 938 540
Case: 44 339 830
Ontario: 591,866 cases (9,790 deaths)
Quebec: 415,787 cases (11,415 deaths)
Alberta: 308,275 cases (2,830 deaths)
British Columbia: 192,491 cases (2001 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 72,033 cases (747 deaths)
Manitoba: 61,385 cases (1,217 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 6,918 cases (98 deaths)
New Brunswick: 5,160 cases (74 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,848 cases (11 deaths)
Northwest Territories: 1,456 cases (6 deaths)
Yukon: 796 cases (10 deaths)
Nunavut: 666 cases (4 deaths)
Prince Edward Island: 306 cases
Canadian Returnees: 13 cases
Total: 1,659,000 cases (28,203 deaths)
7:45 am | Vaccination is mandatory for health workers from October 15
See our interview with Paul Paul G. Brunett, Chairman of the Care Council for the Sick
The U.S. laboratory Merck announced Monday that it has filed a lawsuit against U.S. authorities for the pill against COVID-19, which could be a major breakthrough in the fight against the epidemic.
With the worst individual COVID-19 infection rate in the country, the Northwest Territories said on Sunday their legislature was in danger of exploding.
At least six cases have been confirmed positive and two cases are considered possible. According to the Regional Public Health Report, all of these people were attending the company from Monday to Friday last week.
The Covit-19 vaccine reduces the risk of hospitalization and death by 90% in people over the age of 50 and is also effective against the delta type, according to a large French study on 22 million people.
“People who are vaccinated are 9 times less likely to be hospitalized or die from COVID-19,” explains AFP epidemiologist Mahmoud Zurik, director of the Epi-Phare organization, which is affiliated with Health Insurance (Cnam) and the pharmaceutical company (ANSM).
4h11 | New Zealand: Vaccinated caregivers and teachers can no longer train
New Zealand announced on Monday that most caregivers and teachers can no longer do their work without receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Chris Hipkins, the minister in charge of the fight against the corona virus who will be education minister, said, “We cannot leave anything to chance.
3h50 | Covit-19: Positive Phase 3 Tests for Astrogeneka Antibody Cocktail
A cocktail of antibodies to Astrogenogen has given positive results by the pharmaceutical company in phase 3 clinical trials against COVID-19, according to a report on Monday.