Whether in Quebec or anywhere else on the planet, the Govt-19 epidemic has been ravaging our lives for more than a year and a half.
All the news related to this crisis affecting the population, governments and economy can be found here throughout the day.
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Case: 245 699 263
Case: 45 827 172
Ontario: 598,840 cases (9,865 deaths)
Quebec: 424,291 cases (11,490 deaths)
Alberta: 322,386 cases (3,085 deaths)
British Columbia: 204,330 cases (2,147 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 77,067 cases (843 deaths)
Manitoba: 63,212 cases (1,244 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 7,328 cases (100 deaths)
New Brunswick: 6,332 cases (114 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 1984 cases (16 deaths)
Northwest Territories: 1,853 cases (10 deaths)
Yukon: 902 cases (10 deaths)
Nunavut: 674 cases (4 deaths)
Prince Edward Island: 317 cases
Returnees to Canada: 13 cases
Total: 1,709,536 cases (28,928 deaths)
The COVID-19 epidemic accelerated this week in Europe, mainly in the East, but continued to decline elsewhere in the world: here are the weekly improvements taken from the AFP database.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky on Friday called on his comrades to be smart by vaccinating against COVID-19, which is preventing a new outbreak of the disease in the country.
6:35 am | The coveted bonus for Ikea employees is a total of 110 million euros
Innka, the flagship store network of Swedish furniture company Ikea, announced on Friday that it would offer all its employees 110 110 million (CAD $ 158.14 million) in bonuses for their “extraordinary efforts” during the COVID-19 epidemic.
5:59 am | China: Hundreds of flights have been canceled to deal with the spread of sporadic govt
Beijing airports canceled hundreds of flights on Friday and tightened travel conditions across China to fight the COVID-19 blasts.
3h55 | South Africa: Govt vaccination sites near polling stations on Monday
A thousand vaccination centers will be set up near polling stations in South Africa on Monday, where residents are being invited to vote in local elections, the health minister announced on Friday.