Provinces are fighting to control the spread of COVID-19 as the country adds more than 5,500 new cases – National

Canada added 5,519 new cases COVID-19 As the provinces struggled to slow the spread of the virus before the long weekend on Wednesday.

New cases bring the total number of novels Corona virus There are 982,122 epidemics in the country.

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Provincial health officials have confirmed that another 33 people have died after a positive test for respiratory disease.

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To date, 22,959 people in Canada have been affected by the disease.

In Wednesday’s series of tweets, Canada’s top doctor Theresa herself The number of national cases is now 66 percent higher than it was three weeks ago, “which shows that the number of patients with serious illness in our hospitals is now increasing every day.”


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In the past week, on average, the country has seen a seven percent increase in the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19, including a 14 percent increase in those treated in the intensive care units.

This puts “renewed pressure on the health care system and health care workers,” he said.

“It is very important that we all continue to follow local public health advice (and) adhere to personal safety practices,” Tom said.

Currently, 2,433 people with COVID-19 are hospitalized nationwide.

The provinces are fighting to control the virus

A total of 2,333 new cases and 15 deaths were reported in Ontario on Wednesday.

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Four weeks into the case, new cases have come as the province prepares to implement a statewide ’emergency brake’ lock to curb the spread of the virus.


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Several sources told Global News that logistics details were being sorted out on Wednesday evening.

However, government and political party sources said the emergency would take effect by the Easter weekend.

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Meanwhile, Quebec added 1,025 new cases and nine more deaths as the province imposed more severe locking measures in three cities ahead of the long Easter weekend.

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In Manitoba, 71 new cases were detected, and one more died after the outbreak, health officials said.

Saskatchewan officials said a further 191 people tested positive for COVID-19 and two more died.


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In Atlantic Canada, 14 new cases have been reported.

New Brunswick added 12 new cases, while Nova Scotia found two new infections.

Newfoundland and Labrador added a new case, but health officials confirmed no one else had died.

None of the maritime provinces reported any casualties on Wednesday.

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Alberta announced the province’s highest daily increase since mid-January, adding 871 new cases and three more deaths.

Meanwhile, British Columbia has seen its largest daily increase in COVID-19 cases to date.

Provincial health officials said 1,013 new cases had been detected, and three had fallen ill and died.

Yukon was the only one in the territories of Canada to add a new case on Wednesday.


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Worldwide, the virus has infected 128,770,964 people, according to the latest figures Johns Hopkins University.

To date, 2,814,019 people worldwide have died after being tested positive for COVID-19.


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