Coronavirus: What happened in Canada and around the world on Friday
Manitoba reported a single-day high of 560 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, as the third wave of pandemic showed no signs of abating in the province.
Even if the previous three cases were deleted due to data correction, the net increase exceeded Previous highest 546 The case last November.
Prime Minister Brian Pallister said: “As the number of people increases, the main challenge we face now is that we must get everyone vaccinated, we must comply with public health rules, and shorten the third wave. wave.”
The number of patients with COVID-19 in the intensive care unit remained at a record 62.The average percentage of patients who tested positive in the past five days was Provincial 12%.
The three deaths reported on Thursday are one day after the grim milestone of 1,000 deaths from COVID-19 in Manitoba.
-Excerpted from Canadian Press, the latest update time is 7 am Eastern Standard Time
What happened in Canada
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As of early Friday morning, Canada had reported 1,312,414 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 75,475 were active cases. The total number of deaths on CBC News is 24,825.
New Brunswick Reported 16 new COVID-19 cases On Thursday, health officials said that the province will no longer provide the first dose of AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine to the public.
Quebec On Thursday, 781 new cases were reported, with another 5 deaths.
In Ontario, family standby orders have been Extend to at least June 2. This means that many businesses and outdoor recreational facilities will be closed on Victoria Day weekend.
The latest news from Prime Minister Doug Ford is that the province has reported 2,759 new cases of COVID-19 and 31 deaths. According to data from the provincial dashboard, the number of hospitalizations due to COVID-related diseases was 1,632 and 776 in the ICU.
Saskatchewan,at the same time, 223 new COVID-19 cases Five more people died.
in Alberta Officials report on Thursday 1,558 new COVID-19 Cases and 9 new deaths. According to the province, a total of 722 people were hospitalized, including 177 in intensive care units.
Throughout the north, Nunavut 12 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Thursday, and North-west region A new case was reported. As the Yukon did not release any updates on Thursday, Network outage the day before.
British Columbia‘S top doctor reported on Thursday 587 New Infection And five people died.
-From CBC News and Canadian News Agency, the latest update time is 7:05am Eastern Time
What happened around the world
According to Johns Hopkins University’s tracking tool, as of early Friday morning, more than 161.2 million COVID-19 cases have been reported worldwide. The reported global death toll exceeds 3.3 million.
inside Asia Pacific In the region, the President of the Philippines has relaxed the coronavirus lockdown in the bustling capital and neighboring provinces to fight economic recession and hunger, but this month when many Roman Catholic summer religious festivals are held, the Philippines still bans public gatherings.
The Prime Minister of India has warned people to take extra precautions because the country’s devastating coronavirus outbreak is rapidly spreading to rural areas, where nearly two-thirds of the country’s nearly 1.4 billion people live in rural areas.
Since the relaxation of the lockdown last year, Singapore announced the strictest restrictions on social gatherings and public events due to an increase in local infections and the formation of new populations in recent weeks.
inside AmericasCounties in California are awaiting guidance from the state government, after the federal government said on Thursday that in most cases, people who are fully vaccinated can withdraw from facial coverings and stay away from society.
The state is expected to reopen the economy on a large scale next month, marking the end of most pandemic restrictions. Counties such as San Francisco and Riverside said they expect the state to provide the latest guidance.
in AfricaThe Egyptian Ministry of Health said on Thursday that Egypt had received more than 1.7 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine through the COVAX program and had shipped 500,000 doses of the national medicine vaccine from China.
inside middle East, Oman will end the curfew on Saturday, but shops and commercial activities will be banned from 8pm to 4am
in Europe, Italy has relaxed the COVID-19 quarantine requirements for tourists from the European Union, Israel and the United Kingdom in order to bring the pandemic-damaged tourism industry into the peak season.
The Minister of Health Roberto Speranza signed a decree on Friday to allow visits without quarantine and to test negative for the virus starting Sunday.
-From Reuters and Associated Press, the latest update time is 7:05 AM EST