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Coronavirus: What is happening in Canada and around the world on Friday




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  • Canada could see 20,000 cases of COVID-19 a day by the end of the year, the new model shows.
  • The Prime Minister of Ontario to announcenew ‘difficult’ measuresin the hottest places COVID-19 today.
  • Quebec has described its vacation guidelines as experts say here.
  • New restrictions on private gatherings take effect in Manitoba.
  • Have a coronavirus question or news tip for CBC News? Email us at[email protected].

The new modeling that will be released Friday morning shows that Canada can see 20,000 cases of COVID-19 per day by the end of the dress if people keep their current number of personal contacts. Meanwhile, Ontario has decided to announce new public health restrictions in its hardest-hit areas.

CBC News has seen the model drafted by Canada’s Public Health Agency, which also predicts a worst-case scenario of 60,000 a day by the end of December if Canadians increase their current level of contact with other people.

In contrast, limiting interaction to core activities while maintaining physical distance and adhering to other public health guidelines could result in that stricter 10,000 cases per day at the time, according to the modeling.

Chief Public Health Officer of Canada Dr. Theresa Tam will provide detailed forecasts on possible infections and deaths at 9 a.m. ET on Friday.

Meanwhile, Ontario is expected to issue tougher restrictions on its COVID-19 hotspots in Toronto and the Peel and York regions, Prime Minister Doug Ford says there are “difficult but necessary decisions to be made”.

At a news conference Thursday, the prime minister did not specify what those measures would be as they still needed to go ahead with the cabinet, saying only that they would have to be “difficult” in the hardest hit areas.

Dr. Lawrence Loh, Peel’s health medical officer, said he thinks further closures and restrictions are required at this time to “reduce the number of contacts and interactions” that occur in that region.

LOOK | Further restrictions needed in the Peel Region, says medical health official:

Dr. Lawrence Loh says some break is needed for the Peel Region to curb its daily growth in COVID-19 cases. 2:08

Ontario reported another 1,210 cases of COVID-19 and 28 more deaths Thursday, with Toronto and the Peel Region each seeing over 300 of those cases.

As the number of people in hospitals with COVID-19 dropped by nineto 526, intensive care admissions increased significantly to 146, an increase of 19, with 88 of those people in the ventilator.

What is happening all over Canada

The number of COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7 a.m. ET on Friday was 315,753, with 52,194 of those considered active cases. A CBC News death toll based on provincial reports, regional health information and CBC reporting was 11,265.

In Atlantic Canada, New Brunswickhas moved the Moncton health region again in the strictest orange phasedue to the growing number of cases in that region.

The province reported four new cases Thursday. Meanwhile,New Scotland andNewfoundland and Labradorboth reported a new case.

WATCH | The Moncton region turns to raising ascases in the orange phase:

Dr. Jennifer Russell announced Thursday that Zone 1, the Moncton region, will return to the orange recovery phase 4:24

Quebecreported 1,207 new cases and 34 deaths Thursday as Prime Minister Franois Legaultproposeda “moral contract” with residents in order to facilitate a holiday joy.

Legault said residents can have small gatherings with no more than 10 friends and family around Christmas if they die in quarantine for a week before and after.

Manitoba introduced the new COVID-19 restriction Thursday that banpeople have someone inside their home who does not live there, with a few exceptions, and businesses from selling non-essential items in stores.

New measures were announced as the province reported 475 new cases, eight more deaths and the top 263 hospital cordon.

LOOK | Manitoba tightens purchasing restrictions as COVID-19 pricing:

In still-high cases, Manitoba has announced new rigid COVID-19 restrictions, including what officials call Canada’s toughest retail restrictions, meaning Manitobans will soon find it difficult to buy something that is not considered essential. 2:27

Saskatchewan reported98 new cases on Thursday, health officials said they estimate that, at best, the province will double its total number of cases over the next six months.

Alberta on Thursday saw a one-day record increase with 1,105 new cases as well as eight more deaths.

British Columbiais introducing new broad rules to control the spread of COVID-19, including mandatory masks in enclosed public and retail spaces and restricting social gatherings for house members to just about everyone across BC

The move came as the province registered 538 new cases and an additional death on Thursday. There were 6,929 active cases of the virus and 217 hospitalized patients the two highest records for the province.

In the north, NunavutHealth officials reported four more cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the number of cases in the territory to 74.

A two-week blockade of the territory is currently in place in an effort to get a blast treatment and avoid overloading Nunavut’s small isolated health care centers.

Yukonsaid it would “divorce” BC from its COVID-19 travel bubble as charges are raised in that province. A new castle confirmed at Whitehorse on Wednesday evening, which brought the total number of territory issues since the pandemic began to 26.

Meanwhile, Northwestern territorieshas renewed a state of emergency for the Verdhaknifet to pave the way for an emergency heating shelter in light of capacity constraints on other facilities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

What is happening around the world

As of early Friday, there have been more than 57 million reported cases of COVID-19 worldwide, with more than 36.6 million of those cases listed as recovered, according to a COVID-19 instrument followed by Johns Hopkins University. The global death toll was more than 1.3 million.

in Americas, California and Ohio ordered overnight surveillance at social gatherings as the number of hospitalized patients in the United States rose nearly 50 percent in two weeks.

Mexico has recorded 100,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths within days of the passage of one million infections. The country ranks fourth in death toll, after the US, Brazil and India.

Relatives visit the grave of a family member who died in August of COVID-19 in Mexico City this week. Mexico has exceeded 100,000 deaths from the virus. (Edgard Garrido / Reuters)

in Europe, The Parliament of Portugal has voted by a comfortable margin to extend the state of emergency of the country by two weeks in the midst of the pandemic. The state of emergency has allowed the government to establish night and weekend surveillance in most parts of the country.

Patriarch Irinej, head of the Serbian Orthodox Church, has died after contracting the coronavirus. The patriarch was hospitalized with the virus in early November, shortly after attending the funeral of the head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, Bishop Amfilohije, who also died from complications caused by the COVID-19 infection.

in Asia, Sri Lankan officials announced they will suspend all passenger trains for two days as COVID-19 cases escalate in Colombo and its environs. Authorities have blocked many parts of the capital and its suburbs since last month when the virus rose.

Prisoners stage a protest on the roof of the Welikada prison in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo on Wednesday to demand their early release from custody to avoid contracting the coronavirus. (Lakruwan Wanniarachchi / AFP / Getty Images)

The South Korean prime minister has urged the public to avoid social gatherings and stay home as long as possible as the country registered more than 300 new cases of the virus for the third day in a row.

Hong Kong reported an increase in daily cases to 26, two days before an agreement with Singapore to allow a limited number of passengers to fly on both routes without having to go through quarantine.

in Africa, a player on the South African cricket team has come out positive for the coronavirus ahead of a series of six limited matches against England and two others have also been isolated after being in close contact with him.

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