The death of the Coronavirus novel in Canada surpassed the other Milestone Surrim, Sunday, because the country’s death of the virus reached 12,000.

News 56 more virus deaths came in the middle of 5,468 new cases, which pushed the total Covid-19 Canada infection to 370,014. More than 292,000 people have recovered from viruses, while 14,493,884 tests have been given.

However, Sunday data provides limited snapshots of Covid-19 spread across the country, with B.C., P.E.I. And both Yukon and the northwestern region did not report new cases during the weekend.

According to the latest epidemiological information available from Health Canada, which consists of data that analyzes more than 11,600 deaths, seniors remain among most of the deaths related to Covid-19 in this country.

The epidemiological analysis shows that around 90 percent of deaths consist of senior-aged 70 years and above. Those aged between 70 and 79 contributed 18.5 percent of those deaths, while those aged 80 years and above were made around 71 percent.

Data also showed a significant increase in patients treated in hospitals from viruses, because hospitalization ranged around 600 marks in October 5. In a statement today, Head of Public Health Canada Dr. Theresa Tam said that an average of more than 2,111 people. With Covid-19 being hospitalized over the past 7 days – an increase of around 1,500 in just two months.

When the case continues to surge in the community throughout Canada, including those in remote areas in the country, TAM also encourages Canadians to start planning ahead to celebrate the holidays that will be safe.

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“Take time today to talk to your family and friends so that everyone can make their hopes and you can plan together for a meaningful and safe holiday season,” TAM said in a statement on Sunday. “I know this conversation and choice might be difficult, but let’s focus on the things we can do, including doing the best to protect our family, friends and communities.”

The federal government also announced on Sunday that it would extend some restrictions on trips to the new year, because all foreign nationals came from anywhere but the United States will continue to enter the country until January 21.

The Canadian Inter-Government Member Minister also explained the acquisition of the country from the Coronavirus Novel vaccine during the interview with the West Mercedes Block Stephenson aired on Sunday. According to Leblanc Dominic, Canada “of course in the top five” on the list of countries to receive vaccine doses.

“As we have said since the beginning, we as a government, as a national government, aggressively negotiated contracts with seven major suppliers of potential vaccines,” said Leblanc, which added that Canada already has “millions of dosage” contracts. He also said that six million first doses, which was sufficient to articulate three million Canadians, will begin to arrive in early January.

On Sunday, Alberta announced 1,608 new cases of viruses and nine deaths again, the last were all seniors. Until now, a total of 56,444 cases have been identified in the province, while the deaths are now standing at 533.

Ontario reported 1,708 new infections on Sundays and 24 deaths again, each pushing Covid-19 cases and deaths each to 114,746 and 3,648.

Quebec also added 1,395 more cases and 12 fatalities on Sunday. A long-term care home in Montreal transported 20 residents to the hospital Sunday after an outbreak started at the facility over the last week.

The province broke another milestone on Saturday, with its death toll surpassing 7,000 — the highest in the country.

Saskatchewan and Manitoba both reported over 350 cases on Sunday as well, with Saskatchewan adding 351 and Manitoba another 365. Cases in those provinces now stand at 8,239 and 16,843, respectively.

Manitoba also added another 11 deaths from the virus Sunday, pushing its total fatalities over the 300-mark.

In Atlantic Canada, New Brunswick added 14 more cases, Nova Scotia tallied another 10, and Newfoundland and Labrador announced four additional infections.

In Nunavut, new cases of the virus continue to spread in the territory after health authorities announced another 13 infections.

To date, a total of 62,616,000 cases have been diagnosed worldwide according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University. Over 1,457,000 deaths have also been recorded, with the United States, Brazil, and India leading in both infections and virus-related fatalities.

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