July 5, 2022

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Live | Recent developments on coronavirus

Live |  Recent developments on coronavirus

Whether in Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic has been ravaging our lives for more than a year.

All day long you will see all the news related to this crisis affecting population, governments and economy.

Last review 8:55 am


Case: 183 895 036

Dead: 3,979,238

United States

Case: 33 718 538

Dead: 605,526


Ontario: 545,803 cases (9,214 deaths)

Quebec: 375,019 cases (11,217 deaths)

Alberta: 232,097 cases (2,301 deaths)

British Columbia: 147,705 cases (1,756 deaths)

Manitoba: 56,417 cases (1,150 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 48,958 cases (568 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 5,853 cases (92 deaths)

New Brunswick: 2,337 cases (46 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,387 cases (7 deaths)

Nunavut: 657 cases (4 deaths)

Prince Edward Island: 207 cases

Yukon: 388 cases (5 deaths)

Northwest Territories: 128 cases

Canadian Returnees: 13 cases

Total: 1,416,969 (26,360 deaths)

8h38 | London lifts final sanctions, calling for ‘living’ with the virus

Calling on the British to “learn to live” carefully with the coronavirus, as with the “flu”, Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday presented his plans to lift the last health restrictions in England in two weeks.


7:38 am | 36,000 infections per day in Africa, a record

More than 36,000 contaminants have been identified in Africa in the past seven days, a record number on the continent since the epidemic began, according to AFP figures from official reports that stopped Sunday.

7:34 am | Virus: Norway reopens overall due to Delta variant

Norway on Monday almost lifted its health restrictions “until late July and early August” to protect against the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic due to the Delta variant.

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6:54 am | Contact case, Kate Middleton has to isolate herself for ten days

Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William, who is second in line to the British throne, should be self-isolated for ten days after making contact with those who tested positive for the coronavirus last week, Kensington Palace announced Monday.


6:41 am | Sanofi sets its schedule and expects to be vaccinated by December

The French president of the laboratory said on Monday that the vaccine against COVID-19, developed by the French laboratory Sanofi, should be available in collaboration with the British GSK in December.

6:38 am | France: The “chance” of a fourth wave of pandemic in late July

French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said on Monday that the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic since the end of July was “a chance”, confirming a warning from Health Minister Oliver Warren that the Delta variant of the contagious fear was strengthened by the rapid development.

5g36 | Family reunions have been discontinued

Despite the new convenient arrangements for Quebec parents living abroad and travelers entering the country, long-awaited family reunions will never materialize. Maintaining mandatory detention for unwanted children is a barrier.


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5g33 | Russian director Vladimir Menshov, who won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 1981, died on Monday of COVID-19.

3g36 | El Salvador receives 1.5 million doses of vaccine, donated by the United States

El Salvador received 1.5 million doses of the modern Covid-19 vaccine from the United States as part of the Kovacs program on Sunday evening, the health ministry said.

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