Coronavirus: What happened on Saturday in Canada and around the world
- Ontario report 2,584 new cases In COVID-19, there are 24 new deaths.
- India reported a decrease in cases in Mumbai and Delhi because of warnings of a surge in the number of rural areas.
- After the travel ban, Australia conducted its first repatriation flight from India.
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The number of daily infections in India’s two largest cities has declined, but the government has warned that a devastating epidemic is spreading in rural areas, where nearly two-thirds of India’s 1.4 billion people live in rural areas.
In the past 24 hours, India has reported 326,098 newly confirmed cases and 3,890 deaths, but experts say these two figures are insufficient. The Ministry of Health reported 343,144 cases on Friday and 362,727 cases on Thursday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) warned people on Friday that as the virus spreads rapidly in rural areas, people should take more precautions. He said that the government is mobilizing all resources, including the military.
News reports say that unfortunate villagers have been rushing patients to nearby towns for treatment because of limited medical facilities in rural areas.
New Delhi, the capital of India, reported less than 10,000 new cases per day for the first time in more than a month, and 8,506 cases have been recorded in the past 24 hours.
After a peak of 11,000 infections daily, Mumbai, the financial and entertainment capital of India, reported fewer than 2,000 people.
Australians return home from India
The government said that at the same time, Australia repatriated flights from India for the first time after temporarily banning all travel from countries hit by COVID last month, with 80 passengers arriving in Darwin from New Delhi on Saturday.
Before boarding a government-supported Qantas flight, passengers must undergo two negative COVID-19 tests and be taken to a converted mining camp in Howard Springs in the Northern Territory for a two-week quarantine.
A total of 70 passengers were barred from boarding the plane on Friday after they or their close contacts tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Australian government came under fire for temporarily banning all travel to and from India last month, a policy that has drawn severe criticism from lawmakers, foreigners and Indian expatriates.
-From the Associated Press and Reuters, the latest update time is 9 am Eastern Time
What happened in Canada
As of 12:45 PM Eastern Time on Saturday, Canada has reported 1,321,766 confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 72,758 are active cases. The total number of deaths on CBC News is 24,900.
Ontario Reported last saturday 2,584 new cases COVID-19 deaths and 24 new deaths. According to the disease, 1,546 patients were hospitalized for the disease, including 785 patients in the intensive care unit. Provincial data.
Quebec,at the same time, 760 new cases And eight new deaths. Earlier this week, the province opened up vaccination appointments for all people 18 years and older.
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In Atlantic Canada New Brunswick Seven new cases were reported on Saturday, and Newfoundland and Labrador Five new cases have been reported.
Nova Scotia, Simultaneously, 117 new cases reported One more died on Friday.province Obtain a court injunction Protests against its lockdown measures were stopped last Friday. Prince Edward Island Reported Two new cases.
In the north on Saturday, Nunavut Reported Five new cases COVID-19.This North-west region with Yukon Territory No updated daily data has been provided.
On the prairie on friday Manitoba 491 new COVID-19 cases reported.The number of daily cases and the number of patients who eventually fell ill in the intensive care unit is Beyond the most extreme forecasting scheme in the province The third wave.
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SaskatchewanAt the same time, 227 new cases and 2 other deaths were reported, and Alberta 1,433 new cases reported Five more people died.
British Columbia Reported Two other deaths and 494 new COVID-19 cases on Friday. This is the first day since March 17, when the number of new cases per day has fallen below 500.
-From the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News and Canadian News Service, the latest update time is 12:45 pm Eastern Time
What happened around the world
According to the Johns Hopkins University tracking tool, as of Saturday afternoon, more than 162 million COVID-19 cases have been reported worldwide. The reported global death toll exceeds 3.3 million.
inside Asia Pacific Since the beginning of the pandemic, Taiwan has had its worst outbreak. Taiwan has raised the COVID-19 warning level in the capital Taipei and the surrounding areas of New Taipei City. Health authorities said that as of Friday, 180 new cases of local transmission had been confirmed, most of which were in Taipei and New Taipei.
The three-level alarm announced on Saturday requires people to wear masks outdoors and limits indoor gatherings to five people and outdoor gatherings to ten people. The alert will last for two weeks.
in Europe, The United Kingdom deployed public health officials with the support of the military to distribute coronavirus tests door-to-door in the towns of Bolton and Blackburn in northern England on Saturday in an attempt to contain a rapidly spreading variant that threatens to lift all lockdown restrictions next month. plan.
The first detection of variant cases in India more than doubled within a week, which is countered by a sharp decline in the country that has been won through months of restrictions and rapid vaccination campaigns.
At the same time, the United Kingdom said it will hold an international conference next month to combat misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine and build global confidence in its use.
In Poland, restaurants, bars and pubs have reopened for the first time in seven months, although they are currently restricted to outdoor consumption of food and drinks.
inside middle EastTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Recep Tayyip Erdogan) said on Friday that Turkey will be cautiously relaxing before a full lockdown next week, and will lift restrictions more strictly in June, as cases have changed from the second time The peak period of the COVID-19 pandemic dropped sharply.
inside Americas, The world’s largest retailer, Walmart, said on Friday that it would not require vaccinated shoppers or staff to wear masks in its US stores unless state or local laws provide otherwise.
The statement was issued after the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Suggest on thursday People who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask outdoors and can avoid wearing a mask indoors in most places.
in AfricaSouth Africa continues to lead the African continent in the number of COVID-19 cases, with more than 1.6 million reported cases and more than 55,000 deaths.
-From the Associated Press and Reuters, the latest update time is 12:45 pm Eastern Time