updated canada coronavirus outbreak statistics and updates
|Country and City||Total Cases||Deaths||Recovered|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||261||3||255|
|Prince Edward Island||27||0||27|
Canada is in a critical but stable situation compared to the USA. Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec cases are rising everyday which is red indicator. The Coronavirus outbreak could spread sharply in the next few weeks. Medical supplies are not widely available and the government is working on securing them for Canadian hospitals and medical staff.
The next few weeks will decide where Canada stands at, COVID-19 virus has presented many challenges to Canada as every other country and the government had to step in due to many jobs loses in each many sectors. Many workers have already applied to the employee insurance programs if they were eligible and the government is planning on introducing a new system called the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) for none EI eligible workers, it is said that the program will be released in April. for more info about the program, please visit:
Canada TOP STORIES news INCLUDING CORONAVIRUS
- 1 dead after shots fired from vehicle at George Floyd protesters in Detroit: police
The shooting occurred about 11:30 p.m. Friday near Detroit's Greektown entertainment district as officers were confronted with dozens of protesters.
- OPP investigating deaths of two Thorndale Ont. men
Middlesex OPP have identified the deceased in their sudden death investigation at a home on Leesboro Trail in Thorndale, Ont., and are investigating a second death.
- ‘A month behind’: B.C. farmers grapple with labour shortage amid COVID-19
Terry Michell, owner-operator of Michell's Farm in Saanichton, says he has half a million plants still waiting to get in the ground, and is also behind on weeding and irrigation.
- B.C. health officials to provide Saturday COVID-19 update
Earlier Saturday, Canada's national death toll from the virus surpassed 7,000.
- 3 teens arrested after arson causes $8M in damage at Brampton elementary school, police say
Police said on May 9 around 5:45 p.m., emergency crews were called to St. Leonard Elementary School on Conestoga Drive.
- Wandering humpback whale spotted from Montreal's Old Port
A humpback whale showed off its impressive tail to those watching from Montreal's East End and Old Port Saturday morning.
- Bob and Doug: best friends on historic SpaceX-NASA mission
Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley, the NASA astronauts set to launch into orbit Saturday on a SpaceX rocket, are former military pilots, veterans of US space shuttle missions, and both married to fellow astronauts.
- Thousands rally in Toronto against anti-black racism after woman falls from balcony
The family of a woman who fell to her death from a High Park apartment building following an incident that is now being probed by the province’s police watchdog is asking those attending an afternoon rally in Toronto today to remain peaceful and safe.
- Pangolins may have incubated the novel coronavirus, gene study shows
A deep dive into the genetics of the novel coronavirus shows it seems to have spent some time infecting both bats and pangolins before it jumped into humans, researchers say. But they add that it's too soon to blame pangolins for the pandemic, noting a third species of animal may have played host to the virus before it spilled over to people.
- China says U.S. action on Hong Kong 'doomed to fail'
The mouthpiece newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party said Saturday that the U.S. decision to end some trading privileges for Hong Kong 'grossly interferes' in China's internal affairs and is 'doomed to fail.'