In Ontario, despite a slight increase in cases, the vaccine campaign is progressing and the province is implementing its second phase deconfinition plan, which goes into effect on Wednesday.
There have been 346 new COVID-19 cases, as well as 13 new deaths, in the last 24 hours in Ontario. A total of 543,917 people and 9,114 people were infected in the province.
Ontario vaccination centers once again had record-breaking traffic, delivering 256,260 doses on Friday. A total of 3,988,105 Antarians were fully immunized.
«[L’Ontario] Yesterday was given over a quarter of a million doses in just one day! This is about half of what the United States has done overall, and it is a great success. Each vaccine brings us one step closer to resuming the things we love, ”Premier Doug Ford said on Twitter on Saturday.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) on Friday announced that a daily report on data on COVID-19 in Quebec will not be released on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey said on Twitter that the decision was made to give the teams a break this summer.
On Friday, Belle Province results reported 88 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths. To date, 374,406 Cubans have been infected and 11,202 have died. In terms of collective immunity, 70.6% of the Quebec population received at least one dose of the vaccine.
On the Atlantic side, New Brunswick announced a new case on Saturday as Nova Scotia added 11 more infections.
Manitoba has recently registered 106 new infections and three deaths. Prairie Province on Saturday also passed low-level sanctions, Code Orange, a situation that has not been detected since last November. So bars, restaurants and sports halls are once again available and monitobans can stay up to 10 people outside their homes.
Ontario: 543,917 cases (9,114 deaths)
Quebec: 374,406 cases (11,202 deaths)
Alberta: 231,641 cases (2,293 deaths)
British Columbia: 147,418 cases (1,749 deaths)
Manitoba: 55,879 cases (1,138 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 48,646 cases (565 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 5,825 cases (92 deaths)
New Brunswick: 2,324 cases (45 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,384 cases (7 deaths)
Nunavut: 657 cases (4 deaths)
Prince Edward Island: 206 cases
Yukon: 264 cases (4 deaths)
Northwest Territories: 128 cases
Canadian Returnees: 13 cases
Total: 1,412,708 cases (26,213 deaths)