On Tuesday, Canada announced 326 new cases New coronavirus, Including 18 deaths.
This is a slight increase in the country’s daily infections and deaths from the previous day, recorded in 284 cases, COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) (# If there is no character limit, add parentheses when first appearing — Numbers not seen since late March.
Tuesday’s cases were added together by state and federal health authorities, with a total of 101,947 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Canada and 8,454 deaths.
In Canada, an additional 64,704 recovered and more than 2.6 million tests were performed to detect the new coronavirus.
Ontario reported the highest number of cases every day on Tuesday, adding 216 new infections and 10 new deaths. A total of 33,853 people were diagnosed with the virus in Ontario and 29,107 recovered.
Tuesday’s death also brings state deaths to 2,619 people.
The state also recorded the first death of a child with COVID-19. Public health officials in Toronto said children under the age of 10 died of the disease, but that infections do not appear to be the cause of death.
Quebec, which remains the epicenter of the Canadian coronavirus outbreak, reported 49 new cases and 7 new deaths. The total number of state litigation is currently 54,884, accounting for more than half of all nationwide litigation.
An additional 5,424 people died there from the virus.
British Columbia reported 13 new cases and 1 new death on Tuesday, reaching 2,830 and 170 confirmed cases and deaths in its laboratory, respectively.
Alberta announced 45 new cases of the virus on Tuesday, no new deaths. Saskatchewan reported two new cases, and New Brunswick announced only one new infection.
A new report from the Federal Budget Officer also revealed that an eight-week extension to the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) would likely cost an additional $17.9 billion.
As of Sunday, CERB paid more than $52 billion to more than 8 million of its $60 billion budget. The eight-week extension will bring the total cost of the program to $71.3 billion.
Globally, the United States remains the country with the highest number of cases and viral infections, followed by Brazil.
As of Tuesday at 8:50 pm, more than 9,184,000 cases of coronavirus have been detected worldwide, according to a tally around the world. John Hopkins University..
An additional 474,609 deaths have been attributed to COVID-19.
— Canadian press files